The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

Join intellectual phenomenon Dr. Jordan Peterson for enlightening discourse that will change the way you think. This podcast breaks down the dichotomy of life through interviews and lectures that explain how individuals and culture are shaped by values, music, religion, and beyond. It will give you a new perspective and a modern understanding of your creativity, competence, and personality.

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

Thu Feb 22 2024

425. Negotiating a Raise — and a Better Life | Chris Voss

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This episode covers various aspects of negotiation, job interviews, effective communication, sales techniques, building productive relationships, conflict resolution, and negotiation techniques. It provides insights on how to approach negotiations, make successful job interviews, communicate effectively, excel in sales, build strong relationships, resolve conflicts, and employ negotiation strategies. The episode emphasizes the importance of listening, understanding others' needs, prioritizing goals, maintaining integrity, and aiming for mutually beneficial outcomes. It also highlights the significance of preparation, empathy, active listening, and collaborative problem-solving in negotiations and relationships.

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

Mon Feb 19 2024

424. Common Ground on Climate and Nuclear Energy | Dr. Dennis Whyte

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This episode explores the potential of fusion energy as a clean and virtually limitless source of power. Dr. Dennis White, an expert on nuclear fusion, discusses the advantages of fusion over other energy sources and the challenges involved in replicating fusion conditions on Earth. The episode covers the fundamentals of fusion reactions, plasma physics, and engineering fusion systems using magnetic confinement. It also delves into the applications and future prospects of fusion energy, including its role in decarbonization efforts and the advancements in technology that are driving progress towards commercialization. The episode concludes by highlighting the need for cost-effective fusion energy and the synergies between new technologies like AI and superconductors.

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

Thu Feb 15 2024

423. Greatness, Marriage, Parenthood, & Climbing New Mountains | Chris Bumstead

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Chris Bumstead, five-time consecutive Mr. Olympia champion, discusses the utility of aiming high and pursuing goals. The conversation delves into marriage, parenthood, public speaking, and personal growth. Balancing caloric intake and exercise in bodybuilding is also explored. The importance of relationships, overcoming fears, and embracing change are recurring themes throughout the episode.

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

Mon Feb 12 2024

422. Beyond the Anecdote: Keto and Carnivore Saves | Dr. Chris Palmer

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The episode explores the connection between metabolic dysfunction, mitochondrial function, and mental disorders. It discusses the role of diet in mental health, the impact of social integration on depression, and the potential of dietary interventions in cancer treatment. The episode also highlights success stories and ongoing research in the field of metabolic strategies for mental health.

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

Thu Feb 08 2024

421. Fitness, Motivation, Mentorship, and Life's Calling | Derek (More Plates More Dates)

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This episode features Derek, a social media influencer who shares his journey to success and discusses men's mental and physical health. The podcast explores topics such as search engine algorithms, finding a calling, the interplay of calling and desire for attractiveness, writing as a means of sharing information, seeking mentors, the evolution of interests and priorities, the importance of articulation and communication skills, the power of audience feedback, and providing medical oversight through Maric Health.

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

Mon Feb 05 2024

420. What Moves You Will Move the World | Jocko Willink

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Jocko Willink, an ex Navy Seal and author, discusses leadership, ethics, and invitational leadership. He emphasizes the importance of shared vision and goals in leadership. Mentorship is seen as a form of fatherhood and a better way to structure hierarchies. Jocko talks about his recent tour and how people connect with him due to his podcast. One of the main lessons he shares is that it's okay to feel sad or have regrets after traumatic experiences. Making mistakes is normal, and it's important to learn from them and move on. Dr. Peterson adds that forgiveness plays a role in forgiving oneself for mistakes made. To atone for mistakes, one should acknowledge them, provide a defense for oneself, but not excessively self-criticize. Suicide should never be considered as atonement; instead, one should focus on getting back on track.

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

Thu Feb 01 2024

419. A Realistic Conversation About Energy and the Planet | Scott Tinker

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This episode explores the nexus between energy and the environment, emphasizing the importance of affordable energy, eradicating absolute privation, and achieving long-term sustainability. It discusses the challenges in scientific publication, the benefits of increased carbon dioxide levels, and the transition to a methane economy. The episode also addresses climate change, trade-offs between economic and environmental security, and the complexity of environmental issues. It highlights the need for multi-dimensional optimization, empowering young people, and addressing energy poverty for a sustainable future.

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

Mon Jan 29 2024

418. Hedonism, Taboos, Society, and Deprivation | Ben Shapiro

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This episode explores the counter-enlightenment perspective and the importance of values in shaping our worldview. It delves into the connection between Marxism, postmodernism, and victim-victimizer narratives. The misinterpretation of biblical narratives and the role of capitalism are also discussed. The deterioration of society, the consequences of hedonism, and the importance of novelty in relationships are explored. The podcast emphasizes the significance of community, objective standards, and the danger of attacking ideologies by attacking advocates. It also addresses overcoming marginalization, the role of elders, and rebuilding social structures. The episode concludes with insights on political observations and the need for meaningful discussions to rebuild society's moral foundations.

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

Thu Jan 25 2024

417. How to Manage Your Job, Your Company, Your Life | Derick Cooper

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This episode explores various topics including rare diseases, success in complex endeavors, personality traits, managing organizations, understanding people, effective communication, maximizing return on investment, motivation and ethics, problem-solving in immune systems and bees, hierarchy in organizations, and the balance between chaos and order in pursuing goals.

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

Tue Jan 23 2024

My Clinical License Is as Good as Gone

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The episode discusses the College of Psychologists of Ontario taking away the license of a person due to complaints about their tweets and comments. It explores the threat to free speech and free thought in Canada posed by regulatory boards and woke ideology. The importance of upholding biological sex and confronting woke ideology is emphasized. Personal reflections, hope, optimism, challenges ahead, opportunities, and uncertainty in Peterson's life are also discussed. The episode concludes with facing uncertainty with confidence and support.

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