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 adhering to those rules prevents us from becoming our true self. But there is another way to live. If we replace the old agreements with four simple agreements, we will be able to free ourselves from the old rules and find peace and happiness. These agreements are: 1) Use your words impeccably. 2) Don`t take anything personally. 3) Don`t make assumptions. 4) Always do your best. This is the third audiobook about Native Americans and the Wild West that Joe Rogan has heard in less than two months. He says he is obsessed with stories about conflicts between pioneers and Indigenous peoples. Hampton Sides` Blood and Thunder describes the role played by the legendary Kit Carson in the conquest of the American West. Kit Carson was a trapper and miner, who later became an officer in the U.S.
Army and led the armed forces against the Navajo to maintain control of their country. Rogan mentioned that he was reading Blood and Thunder on JRE, #1404 after author S.C. Gwynne recommended the book when he was on the podcast. Source: “Listening to it doing the audio part is great.” – Joe Rogan After finishing The Happiness Hypothesis, Joe Rogan read Jonathan Haidt`s latest book, The Coddling of the American Mind, which he had written with Greg Lukianoff. It was published in 2018 and expands on the popular article by the authors of 2015, which appeared in The Atlantic. In The Coddling of the American Mind, Lukianoff and Haidt study recent trends in hypersensitivity and voice policing on the college campus and the increase in anxiety and depression among young people. This book is a New York Times bestseller. Joe Rogan: “This is my third. Jack Carr`s book last month. I`m hooked! Joe Rogan spoke with Kyle Kingsbury of The Tipping Point on his podcast and said, “It`s really great, really interesting. he is very passionate about the subject.
Really fascinating. Three factors can be adapted to tip an idea into a social epidemic: the messenger, the messenger himself, or the context of the news. Learn how Paul Revere`s midnight journey, Sesame Street, Airwalk skate shoes, and the fight against crime in New York City began as ideas and became movements. Joe Rogan recently completed the audio version of Jack Carr`s The Terminal List. It is the first book in a series of best-selling thrillers about a Navy SEAL. Rogan started with the third book (Savage Son), but promised Carr that he would return and read the first two books. Carr prefers that readers start investing more in the main character from the beginning. These novels are addicted to Rogan and he seems to really enjoy the terminal ruse series. Joseph Campbell`s classic kept coming back in Joe Rogan`s podcast.
Joe Rogan: “I don`t recommend race Matters enough” Joe Rogan first mentioned in an Instagram post on August 12, 2018 that he was reading The Art of Living and Dying. He also mentioned it in JRE #1165 with Tom Papa and in JRE #1180 Everlast. This is one of hundreds of books that have been written by Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh aka Osho, the Indian mystic and leader of the cult Rajneesh movement, featured in the Netflix documentary Wild Wild Country…