Today`s world is full of suffering and cruelty. From birth, we are trained to accept the rules of society as « as they are, » but consent to those rules prevents us from becoming our true self. But there`s another way of life. If we replace the old agreements with four simple new agreements, we can break away from the old rules and find peace and happiness. These chords are: 1) Use your words flawlessly. 2) Don`t take anything in person. 3) Don`t make assumptions. 4) Always do your best. This book is damn excellent… I was sneezed! – Joe Rogan Talking to Strangers is a book about the impossibility of really understanding a stranger. By pasting some of the most famous events in the recent history of mankind, best-selling author Malcolm Gladwell shows us the strategies we often use when dealing with people we don`t know, and how profound these strategies are. Where could I send a book to Joe Rogan`s exam? I know a 97-year-old World War II veteran, Vito Cellini, whose life was incredible. There`s a book about his life , « CELLINI – FREEDOM FIGHTER » -check it on Amazon.
I can`t believe I had the chance to meet this remarkable person. It`s really excellent and really amazing at the same time. – Joe Rogan Joe Rogan: « Seriously mind blowing information about how sugar consumption is depriving us of our health. » True Believer is the third Jack Carr audiobook that Joe Rogan has heard in a month. He`s definitely addicted. This is actually the second book in the thriller series of Carrs Terminal List (Rogan read them out of the series, starting with book #3, Savage Son). One wonders if the engulfing of three novels in a row has revived Rogan`s interest in reading fiction. It is a very well written and disturbing report on companies that defend the indefensible. Source: « A story of INSANE that took 20 years to write [the author]. » The podcast I did with him was really witty. » – Joe Rogan Joe Rogan: « Lawrence Wright`s `Going Clear` is one of the strangest books I`ve ever read. A look so weird in madness and awakening » Nobody starts with anything.
Rags-to-rich stories deceive us, because even if they are true – you can start your poor life and end it richly – they let all the benefits of the circumstances that contribute to success pass. In addition, they make us believe that success is an individual achievement. But no one can do it alone. Malcolm Gladwell makes us understand that this is as important where you come from and the opportunities you are given as the personal benefits like talent and intelligence. Joe Rogan finished reading Malcolm Gladwell`s outliers and discussed it with Joey Diaz in JRE #1190 (October 29, 2018). This is Gladwell`s second book that Rogan has read in 2018. Outliers: The history of success explores what makes people succeed. Gladwell explores how external factors such as timing, circumstances and happiness can contribute more to a person`s success than intelligence or skill. On Instagram, Rogan wrote: « It`s a very powerful book. Particularly powerful for someone like me, who speaks for his livelihood and who often talks too much.
There are amazing points and valuable lessons. Joe Rogan: « Graham Hancock is probably the only guy who has influenced my vision of history more than anyone else. » One of Joe Rogan`s last audiobooks was Paul Tremblay`s Survivor Song. It was recommended by a friend and mentioned in JRE #1515. Survivor Song is a novel about a rabies-like virus that spreads rapidly in New England. Apparently it`s a scary book, and Rogan suggested that those who are afraid shouldn`t read it. In his podcast, Joe Rogan told listeners that he was « extremely impressed » with author Jocko Willink and said, « I won`t say anything about him anymore because he just… an extraordinary person, and I think you will learn a lot from him as I did. After the completion of The Happiness Hypothesis, Joe Rogan read Jonathan Haidt`s latest book, The Coding of the American Mind with Greg Lukianoff.