Curiosity is the instinct that prompts us to act, so a book about curiosity should tell us how to act. This is the first to do so with its 12 rules for life.
Tobacco stocks are like the movie "Indecent Proposal": A million dollars to do something that some, perhaps even you, find morally objectionable. Worth it? As Redford's character says: "Think of it. A lifetime of security... for one night."
Unlike many other interviews where Peterson answers many of the same questions and responds to many of the usual charges, here Rob Moore engages Peterson in an exchange that feels a lot more like two guys in a bar knocking back a couple of beers.
Big Tech came to market with the promise to level hierarchies and inequalities in communications. Fifteen years later, it’s hard to recognize you guys by your pitch books. A common denominator is emerging: you bend the knee to powers that contradict your stated missions.
Digital addiction: It takes vision to reclaim your family’s eyeballs. You wouldn't ever do anything to turn your kids into addicts, right? You wouldn’t give them cigarettes. You wouldn’t give them crack. Yet you give them your phone. And then a phone or their own. Hmmm.
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