12 Rules for Life Tour - Melbourne, Australia.

2 nóv 2020
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Today, we are releasing the second lecture in our six-part series. These lectures are taken from Dr. Peterson's 12 Rules for Life Tour in Australia.
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  • Jordan's laughter, during the questions and answers, is priceless.

    StillMeStillMeKlukkustund síðan
  • God bless Jordan Peterson. Thank you for everything good man.

    michael Bowmanmichael BowmanDegi Síðan síðan
  • This guy is a treasure and his wisdom permeates.

    JbJbDegi Síðan síðan
  • His teaching has changed my life. I am a better person and I was a pretty terrible person before... just hoping to make the world a better place by not making it worse and making up for the horrible things I've done.

    Dale RockliffeDale RockliffeDegi Síðan síðan
  • Plot twist, Jordan is god

    Isbel HernandezIsbel HernandezDegi Síðan síðan
  • I've rewound it so many times and I still don't know who the Australian survival guy is! Can anyone help? Please.

    Fiona HarrisonFiona Harrison2 dögum síðan
  • "You're the wellspring of the ethical actions that replenish the dying world." Jesus Christ; why aren't we all taught that, as kids.

    John C. RichardsonJohn C. Richardson2 dögum síðan
  • Ive always wanted to read Anne Franks book, maybe i culd order it from jeff bezos platform, for 90 dollars... good luck david Hicks...

    Leah HammondLeah Hammond2 dögum síðan
  • the guy who tells you what you dont know you want

    Hemi NotimeHemi Notime3 dögum síðan
  • I don't know how the people who disliked the speech think, since I don't see criticisms in the comments. So if you of those please let me know how you think.

    Erfan OliaeeErfan Oliaee3 dögum síðan
  • Thanks brother

    GULO GULOGULO GULO4 dögum síðan
  • Lol. They had electric cars in the 20's

    shaken'bakeshaken'bake4 dögum síðan
  • This is a nice refresher every time. Thanks for your wise words Dr. JP. You’ve really helped me out. I hope others can be more open minded to your words. I hope you and your family (and friends) are doing well.

    Christopher MorenoChristopher Moreno5 dögum síðan
  • To Jordon Peterson and Ben Shapiro: Praise be to your God, Deliverer and Messiah who Alone is called Worthy and Mighty above All things. Blessed are you my friends for you have recievd him who is word. May He bless you both with your hearts desier, and bless your family with safety as well in these troubled times ahead. Thank you my friends; in Jesus' worthy Name we shall pray for you both... Amen Jordan B Peterson is one the greatest minds of this centry, along side Ben Shapiro. If we ignor them, we dare to ignor free speech about freedom under law. Gods law "Honor thy mother and thy father", is more than a concept or a precept because if we ignor our human ancestry that is established by recorded history, we ignor love, kindness and doctrines that pertain to instuction. (I find no animal ancestry on ​@t that relates a man to a monkey). The instructions through the Bible are many for Israel and others who must practise Judism as a law of cleaness and pureity. The Judao-Christian beliefe is the same, except that by grace alone we are saved and eternal in him according to His word in the Bible; so, we Christians owe this to the faithful and beloved of God down through the ages who were called righteous by their faith alone, above any other reason. God Bless you all here and thank you for reading my comment. Here is a scripture by Paul to cannote to, that we should denote ourselves by as it pertains to a real facet of both faiths being put together, and therefore reconciled by the living word. Romans 4:1-3 Abraham Justified by Faith 1 What then shall we say that Abraham, our forefather according to the flesh, discovered in this matter? 2 If, in fact, Abraham was justified by works, he had something to boast about-but not before God. 3 What does Scripture say? “Abraham believed God, and it was credited to him as righteousness.”

    AIMEE readAIMEE read5 dögum síðan
  • When humanity will understand that "death" is a change of state, people hopefully will have to grow and care more about humanity than destroying the world!

    Doan LeDoan Le5 dögum síðan
    • Woke

      Tristan MundellTristan Mundell4 dögum síðan
  • What an eloquent, observant, pragmatic and inspirational human being

    Barry SmithBarry Smith5 dögum síðan
  • Can someone post a link to that youtuber that he referred to. The one that survives in the bush

    The Man From NamThe Man From Nam5 dögum síðan
  • „Be happy after you solved the goddamn things“

    Simon KuperSimon Kuper5 dögum síðan
  • Rogan sells out to Spotify.

    Andrew 10Andrew 106 dögum síðan
  • Jordan "The Bear" Peterson.

    Vampire Queen375Vampire Queen3756 dögum síðan
  • Any one who believe JP is the bogyman is missing some real important perspective. And, yes I also like Joe, Ben, Sir Thomas, and Bret.

    Michael HigginsMichael Higgins6 dögum síðan
  • Damn it Man! Youve got me crying....my mother is in the early stages of dementia. Its a Darkness that I'm going to have to face. But I thankyou for your Honest Guts!

    AdamSuperACAdamSuperAC7 dögum síðan
  • Forza Jordan Peterson per sempre!!

    Dj AnthonyDj Anthony8 dögum síðan
  • I'm the plumber that set your wall on fire...man I said I was sorry I wish you would let it go...

    LaborHoursLaborHours8 dögum síðan
  • I'm guessing the 4.8K who disliked the video still haven't cleaned their room.

    sulijoosulijoo8 dögum síðan
  • I am very pleased to fined this and listened to until at the end.. Thank You!

    Mary Cleofe AcalainMary Cleofe Acalain9 dögum síðan
  • 4.8K morons disliked a video like that... We still have a lot to do in this stupid world. Specially because 99% of the dislikers did not dare to hear this great man.

    BrunoBruno9 dögum síðan
  • People are burning coal cause they don't like eating raw inedible things and freezing to death. LMAO🤤 I could see being attracted to what Hitler was saying early on in his political career, unless of course I was a Jew. My neighbor was building a house so I stuffed it full of sticks so no one could live in there. LOL

    Patrick RoherPatrick Roher10 dögum síðan
  • @JordanBPeterson, overall that was a great speech so far with excellent thoughts and with depth (I'm halfway through so far). I wanted to touch on the word "hierarchy" for a moment. When I hear or see that word, I see a synonym for ruling classes like monarchs, dictators, regimes, religious clerics, gangs, cartels, governments, etc., etc.. Essentially I see a word for a system designed by tyrants to benefit said tyrants. Note: I'm not implying Jordan Peterson does or doesn't see that. Note: Nothing in this comment is meant to imply anything about what Jordan Peterson thinks. For he is a free thinking, self owning human who is not a reflection of my ISpast comment. I've never associated the word hierarchy with a skill set, but, I can see how the word hierarchy could be used proverbially in that sense. However, in a non-proverbial sense, a doctor can have a better skill set than I (in terms of surgeries/health) but I will not bow to a doctor or allow them to rule me or allow them to extort me or allow them to force their political representation upon me. If I agree to let a doctor perform surgery on me, it would be based in mutual consent. Whereas, hierarchies are inherently anti-consent and/or have no regard for consent nor have any requirements of consent. If it's not consensual and it's a performance that is forced, uses intimidation, coercion, extortion,, etc., which is aggression, and it is enslavement. For I have committed no legitimate crimes, meaning, there are no people coming forward saying they are a victim of me. So a hierarchy over me serves no legitimate purpose and is instead just an arbitrary construct that shouldn't exist. Side Note: That's why the concept of government has no benefit at all to moral people, for they have no valid purpose or benefit from a ruling class gov hierarchy. That is not to say I would rather an auto-mechanic perform surgeries for me, but rather to say that the doctor has no more of a hierarchy over me than a mechanic, regardless of skill set. And a president of a ruling class government, they have no legitimate standing hierarchy nor authority either. Instead, govs manufacture arbitrary dictates, claiming the right of aggression (violence), and that isn't an authority or hierarchy. Instead, the actual definition for it (word for word) is terrorism. Someone could argue that a person with more skills on a given topic or task, has supreme skills compared to others who don't. However, in order to even recognize a person has a skill set, requires the observer to be a skilled thinker/learner (not saying the skill is the same and not saying IQs are the same). Point being is it takes two to tango, meaning, if I understand the value of a skill then I have raised my mental aptitude to a level of understanding similar to the person with said skill set. I'm not saying I can perform the task with as much skill, instead I'm noting the mental equality required for me to even realize a person's skill set is valuable, whereas, in an of itself, the realization raises my personal skill set closer to the person with the skill set I'm observing. For further the point, I will reference myself as a very small boy watching my father paint a house for extra cash. I was allowed to play paint before my father painted a wall the right way, so it was many years of watching my father until I could be brought on a job for serious work. Nonetheless, the lion's share of my experience and skill of being a painter was purely via observation of my father's skill set of painting (my playing didn't count). Yet, the first time I grabbed a paint brush for legitimate work, I was damn near flawless, like as if I had 20 years experience. I literally painted circles around career painters (not bragging), yet I was doing a physical activity and the majority of my experience producing my work was via simple observation at a very young age and many years late after my observations of my father painting. Meaning an observation in a fraction of a second can advance some people into nearly the same quality of a skill set. In contrast, if I was an ignorant fool at the bottom of the proverbial mental skill set hierarchy, I would not see the value of a person's skill set when it is better than mine. Speaking for myself and many others I know, I can say, thanks to the existence of all governments being endless tyrant machines all my life, more accurately for centuries and even thousands of years before me, I can't comprehend the word hierarchy as anything but a ruling class that is inherently immoral, anti-equal human rights and hates freedom with a passion. In contrast, a typical employees in a workplace (now days) aren't forced by gun point to work there (as is how ultimately everything is enforced by govs on the citizenry). A hierarchy lacking tyranny, aggression and aggressionist force seems to fall short of what a hierarchy is considering the most successful hierarchies ever known to humankind are ruling class governments (tyrant machines). I can understand a skill set being a preference to obtain or hire but I don't see it as a hierarchy. Maybe that is due to a lifetime of being dominated by a tyrant government and when I look out across the world, glancing for an escape, I see a world packed with tyrant governments, some of which are even worse, so there is no escape. That's the only hierarchy types I've ever known. The rest seem moot in comparison. In other words, we're trapped and ruled by tyrants who have neither the consent nor the right nor the wisdom nor the virtue to be a hierarchy over me, much less 100's of millions of people and while it could be argued that those tyrant machines have a skill set for being such, at the same time, gov hierarchies will continue to be illegitimate until the end of time, regardless of how many people vote for them.

    CORE DIVIDECORE DIVIDE10 dögum síðan
    • After continuing to listen, I heard John Peterson reference hierarchy as being a system of confidence (encapsulating his thoughts just prior to that), whereas, not referencing power. Now I understand how John Peterson is using the world hierarchy.

      CORE DIVIDECORE DIVIDE10 dögum síðan
  • To celebrate a new union between us, a friend and I went to a festival of the new kind in Tasmania and, as beautiful and informative as it was, upon listening to this and knowing her, I really wish we had of come to hear this Jordan. Peace to you and thank you for your service.

    Leon HallLeon Hall11 dögum síðan
  • Rule 13. Keep your benzodiazepines stored in a cool dark place

    Kevin JKevin J11 dögum síðan
  • The problem with status is that it causes a problems in the many personal landscapes. For example, you are a man. You work hard, find a good job, present yourself with your nice assets, to attract a female of the species. The female notices, likes where you stand in the pecking order and cozies up to you. The problem being that the female isn't attracted to the male's personality, but his status. She may if fact not even like the male's personality. And in turn the male has attracted a female who doesn't like him, but likes his stuff. That is a problem waiting to explode.

    Dennis PayneDennis Payne11 dögum síðan
  • I can’t find a running thread to this story? Other than the long form podcast will save the world. What a truly disappointing decline compared to his lucid, cohesive university lectures. This just a random assortment of incongruent platitudes.

    RayRay12 dögum síðan
  • JPs got jokes in this one

    Jacob ShoopJacob Shoop12 dögum síðan
  • I love all the examples are first world problems, i get is the point, so it makes me think damn we love in an amazing time.

    KRYPTON KillsKRYPTON Kills12 dögum síðan
  • I listen to this, joe,a and all other IDW while i work

    KRYPTON KillsKRYPTON Kills12 dögum síðan
  • Between the times that I've listened to this I've tried to like the video nearly every time, only to realize that I (obviously) already had done so A truly brilliant and fantastic mind, thank you so much for all that you do Jordan, you're an inspiration

    dethswurl117dethswurl11713 dögum síðan
  • Man I needed hear some good things about humans today

    Malithi WijayathilakaMalithi Wijayathilaka13 dögum síðan
  • Love how he comes down on Elon Musk for smoking weed on the Joe Rogan podcast when this guy was a fucking Benzo junkie and almost killed himself.

    RemRem13 dögum síðan
    • @what Bullshit. It's pretty common knowledge how addictive they are. Especially doctors know. Sounds like you are just the ignorant one. Stop projecting.

      RemRem10 dögum síðan
    • he was prescribed benzos, something that is prescribed to millions of people to aid depression and anxiety, theres little info out there that describes how addicting benzos can be and how dangerous they can become. This man was a victim of that, however instead of blaming himself and other people, he's used his horrible experience to teach and inform others. Which is something that may easily be saving lives. Please watch your ignorance.

      whatwhat10 dögum síðan
  • Jordan Peterson, good man!

    Serithin MiagheeSerithin Miaghee13 dögum síðan
  • Such a legend 🥰👍

    Kath ForbesKath Forbes13 dögum síðan
  • This man his words gave me strength and understanding like no other. Perhaps I have God to thank for leading me too him in my darkest of times.

    William KennistonWilliam Kenniston14 dögum síðan
  • I have to go to his next tour

    Destrome WstrDestrome Wstr15 dögum síðan
  • God bless you Jordan.

    Antti 91Antti 9115 dögum síðan
  • Couple friends and I went to one of Jordan Peterson‘s lectures. And I’ve got to tell you, you know everybody’s waiting for THE moment at a Jordan Peterson lecture. You know the moment I’m talking about, the big moment. When Jordan Peterson cries. And in the lecture we went to, I’ll be goddamned if he didn’t cry. We literally sat through the whole thing to the very end. Waiting. Thinking like, “is it finally gonna happen?“ The great emotional catharsis we’re all here to see? And I’m here to tell you he didn’t shed a single tear, not even a voice crack. Just literally mailed it right in. Never been so disgusted.

    Toby WilsonToby Wilson15 dögum síðan
  • I was at this talk and its was dull as dishwater. He was nothing but a liberalist gatekeeper telling young men to clean their room and not partake in identity politics whilst their countries and heritage are stolen by internationalists

    identity australisidentity australis15 dögum síðan
  • Thanks for this Jordan!

    Brandon CabiadBrandon Cabiad16 dögum síðan
  • It’s nice to see the light hearted humor at the end. It’s kind of refreshing after such serious topics. I will always be thankful for Jordan!

    Gerald PerryGerald Perry16 dögum síðan
  • If I can hug this man and sit down and have a chat with him for a few hours it might be one of the greatest moments I could ever imagine in my life.

    David ADavid A17 dögum síðan
  • Finally somebody with the balls to stick up for the human race and highlight all the good we have and are doing,the fear mongering media don't want us to think life is good,nice and rosy,they want happiness to be something you have to acquire instead of something you achieve, you need to take big pharma pills and spend lots of money on designer clothes and material possessions to be happy and content, but it's all bullshit to sell you crap,real happiness is not about material stuff,its about enjoying a simple humble life.

    Paul BrennanPaul Brennan17 dögum síðan
  • Yes! Relegating and then quantifying an individuals intelligence and baseing it upon, while narrowing it down to a combination of letters after someone's name,...is a crime against humanity.

    LUX on LEXLUX on LEX17 dögum síðan
  • Someone needs to hire a lighting professional at this Aussie venue. It is too easy for the performer to leave the reasonable pool of lighting, and the wide shots are deficient as well.

    Art HoustonArt Houston18 dögum síðan
  • ... so; oh-contrair, @ there. & Thet must then mean, welcome to the /*Dark-Side* where it's @-???

    Perer AddisonPerer Addison18 dögum síðan
  • Ya Allah ampunilah dosa kami semua yang setuju like.

    Bu NhoBu Nho18 dögum síðan
  • I agree with Jordan, but I don't believe Nazi socialist were alt-right. The reason for this is Marxist view is on the left. That would mean that Nazi Germany was a leftist ideology, not a right-wing type of thinking. If your thinking KKK or skin heads are right then your also wrong they follow Marxist view point as well. People in America who love freedom and this country hate big government and controlling their lives.

    Jason HornJason Horn18 dögum síðan
  • Good stuff!

    Art HoustonArt Houston18 dögum síðan
  • How is it people with Alzheimer's never forget how to read ?

    Paul LallyPaul Lally18 dögum síðan
  • I am so glad that you are coming through this crisis and recovering. Welcome back! I am so grateful to you, and I thought of you often while you had disappeared from the public scene. There are probably few people who have inspired so much goodwill flowing toward them, and I want to think that maybe these "good vibes" helped just a little bit in bringing you through this, just as your lectures have helped so many.

    Sonja GriffinSonja Griffin18 dögum síðan
  • 1:12:34

    Saradh TiwariSaradh Tiwari18 dögum síðan
  • I hope everyone appreciates the genius that IS Jordan Peterson’s comedy.

  • Dr Peterson, is an old school in your face, wake the hell up fella.. It's like he is talking just to you. His knowledge and life experiences are amazing. He uses the worst and best of human nature to make you question where you are in society.. Makes me want to be better.

    Forster DaveForster Dave19 dögum síðan
  • I don’t want more than others or everybody else. I want enough to own a home a small home, to afford health care to be able to retire, to afford repairs or to replace my car if I need to, to be debt free, to be able to eat healthy, to be able to travel for vacation once in a while. That’s what I’d like to see every American have and it’s a lot of people who can not afford this and they spend their whole lives working. So that’s the real problem that the American dream is not attainable for most. Everyone working 40hrs a week should be able to afford a good life but that’s not the case

    uv.vibesuv.vibes19 dögum síðan
  • So damn glad you're back

    Skorms EnvySkorms Envy19 dögum síðan
  • Aaaaaaaaaahhhhh.

    Cleo HurleyCleo Hurley19 dögum síðan
  • 01:23:00 - 01:23:48 gets me every.damn.time. And I've listened to this lecture a good 15 times now.

    Krissy MeowKrissy Meow19 dögum síðan
  • Yang pilih Allah like yang pilih Dajjal abaikan.

    Tommie AguirreTommie Aguirre19 dögum síðan
  • Lololol

    Jane DoeJane Doe19 dögum síðan
  • The loud barbara computationally scream because waitress phongsaly x-ray unto a handsome geology. materialistic, obedient wash

    ROHIT SROHIT S20 dögum síðan
  • WOW!!!

    MissKrissMissKriss20 dögum síðan
  • The bawdy garlic neuroanatomically applaud because age substantively blot unlike a ad fireman. vast, neighborly partridge

    Mohdrizal RizalMohdrizal Rizal20 dögum síðan
  • GOD LOVE SIR...🙏💙😳🙏

    dentasladentasla20 dögum síðan
  • Should I read the book before watching the video? I have the book now :)

    LuroxLurox20 dögum síðan
    • Watch it

      Rich HubbardRich Hubbard19 dögum síðan
  • The speech was before covid-19

  • Thanks

    Diego Naya LazoDiego Naya Lazo20 dögum síðan
  • we are waiting in the usa for the match to be lit, so we can run this rabble out of existence the anti americans will burn

    Blow MeBlow Me21 degi síðan síðan
  • were doomed good luck everybody

    Blow MeBlow Me21 degi síðan síðan
  • Oh this video again.....look, I like the guy but when a video ends this pops up 9/10 times... last time it was and to a degree still is Joe Rogan.. I had to unsubscribe to ease the Joe bombardments . Will post here as the last one isn't advisable when it directs me here

    nirvanamadpaul mnirvanamadpaul m21 degi síðan síðan
    • Isn't visible- If spell checker is a hint of computer control.....give me a pen and paper, it's safer

      nirvanamadpaul mnirvanamadpaul m21 degi síðan síðan
  • I can't trust any intellectual that watches Hollywood trash.

    Forthe DoctorForthe Doctor21 degi síðan síðan
  • Does anyone have the link for the critisim of him for his work with the UN? The channel was called Europa rising or something

    Clayton ShearerClayton Shearer21 degi síðan síðan
  • Nature abhors a vacuum. Don't worry about fish breeding. Worry about Swamp creatures selling out media and schools and corporations to China Communist. America is about over. Nowhere to run to now. This guy will be erased from new history in 5 years, how sad.

    Brian WurchBrian Wurch21 degi síðan síðan
  • The pollution was really good for the fish, who would have guessed?

    Steve ArcusSteve Arcus21 degi síðan síðan
  • Sorry posting soo MUCH ! This man is mirroring my families life. Dementia parents ! 🙏 Bless all!!

    UncapabrewUncapabrew21 degi síðan síðan
  • I waited too watch this . It is so awesome I finally watched. Im female and this is so much me. Thank you

    UncapabrewUncapabrew21 degi síðan síðan
  • Problem is So many want and dont contribute They feel owed.

    UncapabrewUncapabrew21 degi síðan síðan
  • No goose stepping?! I didnt sign up for this

    Timothy SatyrTimothy Satyr21 degi síðan síðan
  • He could slow down alittle bit speaking? ! Love him

    UncapabrewUncapabrew21 degi síðan síðan
  • Wow ! I thought my mind raced. Awesome Im normal

    UncapabrewUncapabrew21 degi síðan síðan

    Punished pine conePunished pine cone21 degi síðan síðan
  • I started watching and realized my bed wasn't made yet and had some clothes on the floor. Fixed that real quick.

    ROADROAD21 degi síðan síðan
  • This clown who was so narcissistic and whined about the cause of his drug addiction being his inability to deal with his wife's cancer AND ABANDONRD HER AND HIS FAMILY IN THEIR GREATEST TIME OF NEED is himself a cancer with his mishmash of word salad and pseudointellectualism... well, hell... ...even Deepak Chopra's jealous You're better off on your own to figure it out rather than listen or follow this raging monument to hyprocrisy. SHAME ON YOU for giving him an audience. SHAME ON YOU.

    Captain ChazzCaptain Chazz21 degi síðan síðan
  • I just don’t worry 😉 worry created suffering if you have enough to help others help if not do the best to help you to grow make positive youb

    A TA T21 degi síðan síðan
  • Wow, just wow......

    Jamice LandrumJamice Landrum21 degi síðan síðan
  • Homeless people will be the first kicked into “Covid Internment Camps”. Shoes go in a pile on the left, then a short shower or a shot in the arm...I’m worried.

    David MeijerDavid Meijer21 degi síðan síðan
  • Love listening to this as I go about my day.

    GorLockGorLock21 degi síðan síðan
  • Such a lovely human being. We need more and there are loads of them. Just let men be men and women be women.

    Allison GaspariniAllison Gasparini21 degi síðan síðan
  • Is my is my mother goose club out.

    Cleo HurleyCleo Hurley21 degi síðan síðan
  • God I wish my millennial adult children would listen to him. I have spent the better part of 30 years trying to teach them this. By example by understanding by debate by listening. It’s so bewildering.

    DeborahDeborah21 degi síðan síðan
  • 16:00 The problem is that abject poverty is relative, the numbers the UN use are with respect to the world economy and currencies. That means, in the "developed world" land has a value measured in dollars, meanwhile the Bushmen in Africa inherited their lands from their ancestors and they didn't participated in the world economy thus they had $0. The bushmen lived from their land without taxes and exchanging bids and tours with tourist for items and technology. Then a corrupt government used the military to steal their lands and western corporations bought it for pennies on the dollar for mining operations. Now the impoverished bushmen have to work as miners in the lands their forthfaters conquered. Those were the people living living in less than a $1 a day, they had land and food and a peaceful prosperous happy lives but according to the UN they were in abject poverty. The bushmen are now miners earning $1.5 a day, facing the hardships of poverty yet the UN says Oh it's getting better... That is barbaric behavior, that is what is spreading in the 21st century; still book smart sweetalkers spin it in a nice poetic way that disguises the regression of society to feudalism.

    RamielRamiel21 degi síðan síðan
    • Him saying that Africa is getting richer because of the West/Capitalism is very, very ironic.

      suhsuh19 dögum síðan
  • The Unmasked of Today are the Arm-banded of Yesterday

    David MeijerDavid Meijer21 degi síðan síðan
  • What ? No daughter. Thank goodness. I’m a long time follower and really annoyed that his daughter tags along on his appearences. She lends nothing to the intellectual exchange. My opinion anyway.

    DeborahDeborah21 degi síðan síðan