The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast - Season 4 Episode 1: Matthew McConaughey

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This episode was recorded: 12/21/2020
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Matthew McConaughey (actor, producer, and best-selling author of Greenlights) sits down with Jordan B. Peterson to talk about Matthew’s new book, his upbringing, his relationships with his mother and father, his journey to being at peace with his fame, what it’s like to play malevolent or dark characters in movies or on television, and a surprising satirical review of Greenlights.
Find Matthew McConaughey on Twitter @McConaughey and on Instagram @officiallymcconaughey and basically anywhere. Check out his new book Greenlights, which has sold more than 1 million copies, available at
Dr. Jordan B. Peterson's new book, Beyond Order: 12 More Rules for Life, is available for preorder now:
Show Notes:
[1:00] Jordan Peterson kicks off the conversation by asking why and how Matthew McConaughey wrote his book Greenlights.
[4:00] Matthew realized he needed to write the book himself without a ghostwriter as initially planned and dig back into his journals as a form of necessary reflection on the past.
[6:00] Matthew’s old journals revealed their common thread through all the stories, poems, and bumper stickers. That common thread was the creation of good things in life through mindset or action “Greenlights.”
[12:00] Jordan talks about his initial response after reading Matthew’s book and how his expectations were changed.
[14:00] Matthew talks about his solo trips when starting to create the structure of his book. Jordan comments that this was a book written by a celebrity that did not really focus on the traditional parts of being a celebrity (very family-focused and foundational). Matthew states, “When we were editing the book, I found that the more personal the stories became, the more relatable they seemed to become, to the human condition, and that was my hope.”
[18:00] Jordan and Matthew revisit the African trip, chasing dreams and having the same exact dream multiple times over the span of many years.
[24:00] What was the personal impact on Matthew during his trip to Africa where he got to strip away the identity we all know him for and exist as something else? Jordan comments that very often, people confuse their reputation with who they really are, and they start to act as a representation of their reputation instead of themselves; it’s an easy trap to fall into.
[22:00] Matthew discusses dealing with the pitfalls of fame. Matthew covers his changing relationship with his mother due to success.
[25:00] Jordan B. Peterson asks Matthew McConaughey about some of his acting work in True Detective and playing dark characters. “How do you play a dark role very well without letting the darkness invade you?”
[32:00] Matthew talks about the positive aspects of the sometimes tense relationship with his father and having a childhood that balanced love and hardship directed from the same people.
[37:00] Jordan and Matthew continue talking about going deeper into the psychology of a dark character like Rustin Cole on True Detective
[45:30] Matthew expanded on the short-term effects of initial fame.
[51:30] Matthew and Jordan discuss the long-term effects of fame.
[55:00] Jordan points out, “If flawed people were incapable of creativity, we would have no creativity.”
[1:03:00] How Matthew and Jordan first became friends.
[1:07:30] Matthew shares a comical review of his own book written as if Jordan was the one reviewing it.

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Maps of Meaning: The Architecture of Belief:
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  1. Jordan B Peterson

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    Matthew McConaughey’s new book Greenlights:

  2. 1bridge11

    1bridge112 timmar sedan

    @AR Dr. Jordan Peterson, not Mr.

  3. Jk Ingram

    Jk Ingram4 timmar sedan

    Interstellar was pretty cool. Not bad

  4. Cristy Creates

    Cristy Creates4 timmar sedan

    @AR agree!

  5. Cristy Creates

    Cristy Creates4 timmar sedan

    So good to see you back Dr Peterson!

  6. John Madany

    John Madany5 timmar sedan

    Great interview. I was unnerved by reading the book. Better now after listening to the interview again.

  7. can a dummy

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    I. D.G.A.F. category, zzzzz.. . are those real morons thumbing this garbage?

  8. Redminote xiaomo

    Redminote xiaomo2 timmar sedan

    Jordan needs to take his diazepam again, what an autistic face with no emotions

  9. Aviva Kashuk

    Aviva Kashuk2 timmar sedan

    So enjoyed this. Thank you both for honesty, and illuminating joy and humor in life through all its challenges.

  10. LoveAndBaconBrian

    LoveAndBaconBrian2 timmar sedan

    Excellent - but now that the “interview” for the book is out of the way next time I’d love to see two Titans simply discussing various topics of interest as equals with different war chests of experience and expertise...

  11. Kandy Hobdy

    Kandy Hobdy2 timmar sedan

    love the authentic of you both. Shalom.

  12. Kandy Hobdy

    Kandy Hobdy2 timmar sedan

    Can you interview Les Stroud?

  13. JM M

    JM M2 timmar sedan

    Thank you

  14. Jack Gallivan

    Jack Gallivan2 timmar sedan

    Two of my favorites. Glad your back and looking well Dr!

  15. Horakh

    Horakh2 timmar sedan

    The anti-natalist point of view, to say suffering in the world is sufficient that death is better than life, is best answered just the way McConoughey answers it: laughter.

  16. Pam

    Pam2 timmar sedan

    "Optimism is courage, if it's not naive." JBP 31:00

  17. Lori Durham

    Lori Durham2 timmar sedan

    If he likes Lincolns he is o.k. with me. Plus, he is a wise person so that is a good thing.

  18. Mensepid

    Mensepid3 timmar sedan

    I love Mathew. What an actor, what a man

  19. Madolite

    Madolite3 timmar sedan

    How can Jordan B Peterson in the best possible way? By making 12 Rules For Life. ;)

  20. David

    David3 timmar sedan

    Glad to see you back at it ole' friend. A dynamite interview that informed me and taught me as well. Glad you're feeling better.

  21. Pizza Toym

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    this is just amazing

  22. SeekTruthinLight

    SeekTruthinLight3 timmar sedan

    The spirit does what the spirit does in truth, and mankind does what mankind does wheel-ding that power even in error of conscious. I am convinced God sent word of his love the truth of the spirit to spare mankind the error of ignorance, being that we all are subjected to error of being subjects of error. And in measuring the word of the way of the spirit in the reality of the experience we experience it occur to me that the measurable spirit of God takes elements of separation and puts them together in a meaningful way, of experience, for the experience, to experience the experience, of life of the spirit of the way of freedom in truth, truth being an attribute of peaceful consciousness in the way, where truth of the spirit sets us free from error long as we maintain by learning the way good conscious, even through prayer, to have experience of love, growing up being caring, and wise, of the circumstance we find ourselves in..Ones Conscious can be seared in error when the way of error becomes a lifestyle of ignorance. The idiom, coming out of the closet striving to make the whole world dark to be comfortable in Error, comes to mind, which is a problem for children of light though generally they lovingly contend with restraint in truth, lest they have the spirit of error, in error. Apparently it boils down to belief, personal belief, and consequential rules, of what error is, being seconded by another who gives courage, in error, of a ruse of spiritual permission that is contrary, making for warring spiritual factions, those of the consensus of error in spirit acceptance versus the contrary spirit of the way of truth that preserves life by avoiding error's way of bondage and underlying unrest where error in spirit is the way of death. Basically people are using the power of the spirit in ways of error because of the state of error in the world where connections are made for happiness meeting a need of desire to have peace, eating for example, that if you error in the way of eating you get sick or die, of cause others the same in error. It is no small thing wheelding the power of the spirit of survival in freedom where we have mechanism of an autonomous nature of the spirit where we are conditioned of the conditions, being lords of our own domain with overlapping interest, even seduced in the way of error of misplaced desires of another domain, where error in the way of spirit effects others of good conscious, and protected by those in error of spirit, in error. In experience, and viewing in the proper prospective of terms of understanding of the word, we can see that truth of the spirit, by measure and rewarding benefit, if we are conditioned in the truth in time, having that of the desire of the spirit of love, avoiding error and it's plaguing anxieties, experiencing consequences, of error, and the joy of love in truth, we lovingly contend with, of which connections in truth we are destine to make of the spirit of preserving life, being animated by the spirit, in a mortal body, to experience the experience of the love of God in what God has to offer, in truth, having sent word of his love the truth of the spirit of the complexity of life made so simply. You understand the dynamics of the psychology of life, the truths or truths of error in spirit, where subjects can be bound in a way of error of belief, its related psychosis, of being subjects of error, where death is a stumbling block, such as the psychosis of an abused child of incest, where amens cannot be made because in error the trustee who violated trust has committed suicide leaving that daughter alone in a way of error, bound in error of spirit, in error, where no answers of why could be asked to make sense. I have spoken to such who was bound and set free by words of truth of the spirit that answered those questions and released them that error, even the error of Adam and Eve, or Abraham's error making for Issac and Jacobs trouble, of the offspring born in error, Ishmael who fought in error with his bothers all of whom Abraham lovingly contended with in truth, but his offspring, not so much love, in the way of error in spirit, fighting over inheritance, in error, still...I hope you still have patience of study to rightly divide this knowledge, of value of the spirit, to share; the missed comma or grammatical error in form, to understand, the spirit of what I mean, in Truth, making the connection. What is mind altering for me is the prospective of the spirit of truth that has it all make sense, being that all truth is manifest of the spirit, even error in spirit truth that so grieves our holy spirit in life. To be holy is to be wholly of good countenance of love, humble meaning the ways of the spirit, of the way of means, Compassion, Charity, to give in effort in Truth of the Spirit, for the sake of Mercy giving Freedom and Peace, in the way, with all being subject of error, subject to error in the way of darkness, where light is given for life in the way of God, represented by the spirit of the way of the Menorah that lights the way of the spirit of the way of truth to God, that in lacking in one, oil of truth, means lacking in the others, without one of these 7 attributes of the spirit of love means there is no peace in error, or freedom as darkness closes in, in error. We have reference of the word of God where a candle stick was moved from it place, peace they once had because they erred, in the way of the spirit, of ignorance, that in error of ignorance, they fought to be free because they were made captive in error, fighting to keep peace when they had no compassion charity of mercy because they lack in Truth, because the spirit works in error of ignorance too, for a time, till the humbling wrath of error comes upon the whole, with so many being naturally naive, spiritually blind, pridefully protecting their bubble of error in belief because they were made rich in the ways of error and death status quo, such as the profitable Military industrial complex and its way of the spirit of death and destruction ironically trying to preserve life meeting the needs of sustainability of dominance of one over demonizing another whose simply in error, where the battles continues continuously in the collective way of error. Democrats focus of compassion is helping people out of the cracks (making money for their constituent landlords, etc, and Republicans focus is on fixing cracks, where they both spend vast sums studying the problems of the past and weighing in the balances gains and losses, to the sacrifice of many in truth and error, but not much can be done because of difference of prospectives of pride and obstruction of power of the spirit to correct error, that they but heads and fight people trying to help fix problems, made complex, when the solution of truth requires both solutions, that is, to help the people out of the crack as you fix the crack along the conditions of truth we are meaning to uphold Constitutionally in caring for all, including the uninformed atheist making waves of destruction of their underlying unrest of being subjects of error, we lovingly contend with, like hurricanes, lol..I could go on... but I am mortal and afflicted, now, up in age, subjected to the error in the way of the world, where duty calls, my cross I carry to the death of error, where the spirit and soul is released, in material truth, of the coded chains of DNA, returning to the Father Spirit of whenst I came, and do in the sake of love for others, back to our first estate, just so you know the prospective terms of the keys given in the past. Now that is as spiritually deep as it is high. lol, not to be confused with the herb given, of high, for healing comfort, peace, and solemn reflection of the spirit of the mind, of the spirit of life, as we endure till the end, which I am sure you can relate. I too see value in you all which is why I made time to share. Too bad I cannot see you clinically for you to explore this brain manifested of the spirit of our creator I know... but still when there is the will, of two witnesses, there is a way; as we just witnessed you and Mathew whom we also love in Truth, and error, in the way, being subjects, maps of meaning. By the way, Jordan, when I think of you, its of your youthful image, the spirit being ageless and timeless. Isn't the perception of yourself, your younger self, until you reflect upon the material mirror. Truth is for the perpetuation of the Spirit of continuing life, caring about the spirit of life, so life of the whole is not cut of in error of ignorance. It is fascinatingly amazing, life in this peculiar way of experience, where we care for, and fall in love with, the spirit of our, creators, beings, some in bizarre ways of error and taboo striving for satisfaction in error that offers momentary gratification in exchange for the underlying continual unrest of being in error, that dives people to drink or search for happiness in other ways of error while loved ones wait till they no longer can bare the unrest of ignorance.

  23. Macario De Los Rios

    Macario De Los Rios3 timmar sedan

    "Are today's black people guilty, because of their race, because African leaders were complicit in the slave trade? And, if not, why not? And, if so, what should be their punishment? And am I 1/4 innocent because I'm 1/4 British - given that the Brits ended the slave trade?" Jordan B Peterson

  24. Michael Stylez

    Michael Stylez3 timmar sedan

    I really enjoyed this. Reminds me if what matters.

  25. W M

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    Jordan take some time and get your teeth fixed bro.

  26. W M

    W M3 timmar sedan

    Jesus both of you guys have tons of money and your mics are absolute trash.

  27. THC The Drumming DJ

    THC The Drumming DJ3 timmar sedan

    Again ...Talking Heads....."same as it ever was..." Buy my book! LOL

  28. john doe

    john doe3 timmar sedan

    thanks you two, that was awesome!!!

  29. sunsetguy37

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    Great work Mr. Peterson.

  30. Martín Nicolas

    Martín Nicolas3 timmar sedan

    Excelent !

  31. Dylan Davis

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    Cool Interview

  32. LateNite

    LateNite3 timmar sedan

    Wow ! This was amazing 👏

  33. Gabriel Bruzzi

    Gabriel Bruzzi3 timmar sedan

    If life is that bad and we see it only at the end of life, how did we survive to get there, so something good enough kept us alive no matter how small. All of us are born to want to survive until I guess we cannot take it anymore and lost all hope BUT in this point in life whether 15 years Old, or 80 years old, We still don't know if tomorrow is better and really only the present is important. We are not going to change the past or predict the future. So live in the moment , But I live in the promise Jesus made everyone who choses him...eternal life , And joy and peace in this fallen world.

  34. Gaster Grows

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  35. james comeau

    james comeau3 timmar sedan

    I always loved him as an actor, but wow he is so lovely as a person. What a great interview.

  36. Neven Dujmovic

    Neven Dujmovic4 timmar sedan

    Thank you, Matthew and Jordan, for a great hour in my life. I needed to hear this discussion, and it touched me on a deeply personal level.

  37. Brad Mercier

    Brad Mercier4 timmar sedan

    Welcome back Dr. P. Great conversation in this last podcast. Pace yourself and look after yourself please. Be discriminatory in who you interview.... quality over quantity.

  38. Bear Kennedy

    Bear Kennedy4 timmar sedan

    Actors are so cringily full of themselves...

  39. Harold Haynes

    Harold Haynes4 timmar sedan

    This was an incredibly inspiring; insightful discussion. Great way to be reminded of some of lifes' important principles.

  40. James Holder

    James Holder4 timmar sedan

    I have never heard of this suposid famous person. He seems to think he is famous.

  41. Mar Solie

    Mar Solie4 timmar sedan

    I wish Matthew would do a audiobook and narrate it himself.

  42. Jk Ingram

    Jk Ingram4 timmar sedan

    Alright alright alright...

  43. bouytt guyt

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  44. Cristy Creates

    Cristy Creates4 timmar sedan

    Interesting and enjoyable

  45. Jordan Muench

    Jordan Muench4 timmar sedan

    McConaughey has a Brad Pitt thing going on at 50 years old. Good for you Matty. Genuine bad ass going out into the desert for weeks at a clip to read your childhood journals and write an autobiography.

  46. bouytt guyt

    bouytt guyt4 timmar sedan

    Too many interrupted stories and thoughts throughout the interview to insert an opinion of his experience. Maybe that's your style, but it's not for me.

  47. Wade Deason

    Wade Deason4 timmar sedan

    Thank you.

  48. Victor Da Silva

    Victor Da Silva4 timmar sedan

    Just two good dudes

  49. Jason Jacobs

    Jason Jacobs4 timmar sedan

    What makes mr. Peterson such an amazing interviewer is he actually let the person he's interviewing talk, so many others make it just about them and never let the person that they're bringing on talk

  50. cypresscustoms

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    Clean your room! It’d be a lot cooler if ya did!!


    ANTOINETTE CONNAL4 timmar sedan

    “I have invoked the Insurrection Act of 1807 (Section 10 U.S. Code 13 251-255) to address the treasonous rebellion conducted by Democrat and Republican lawmakers, CCP (Chinese Communist Party) Agents, FBI, Department of Justice, CIA and others to dismantle the United States of America and it’s Constitution. These entities pose a direct threat to national security. I will remain President indefinitely until all domestic enemies are arrested.”

  52. OcDoc

    OcDoc4 timmar sedan

    An actor that is both strange and normal at the same time and it really makes him more intriguing. On top of that he has harnessed the power of positive energy; his success is no accident. Peterson is a good listener and he profits in his interview because of it. He also is thoughtful enough to be able to keep the conversation going into new territory when necessary. Really helps that he actually read the book and actually considered what he was reading. Seems like many interviewers skim the content they read and mostly just want to talk about the things people already mostly know or will create some sort of controversy.

  53. Mart Fildes

    Mart Fildes4 timmar sedan

    11 being the optimum number.

  54. dourtan douar

    dourtan douar4 timmar sedan

    Nice when a son loves and respects his Father.

  55. Domino Derval

    Domino Derval5 timmar sedan

    I can relate to a deep inner pain that permeates us despite any length of time from the actual occurrence of the tragedy. I have devoted most of my life to the study of human evil and tragedies both by "nature" & the beast of our own. H.A.T.E. is just a Half-Assed Tiny Evaluation. ;-)

  56. Victor Valenti

    Victor Valenti5 timmar sedan

    Now there's an hour and so of time exceedingly well spent! I've shared this, so should you!

  57. Gary Sparg

    Gary Sparg5 timmar sedan

    Definitely won't be getting that book -- Jordan Peterson is a sellout.

  58. NCLUSA

    NCLUSA5 timmar sedan

    Alright alright alright (: . Two of my favorite men, oh is it ok to say "Men"? (: . It looks like Matthew is turning into a Conservative, he'll never work in Hollywood again ) :

  59. My Name is Here

    My Name is Here5 timmar sedan

    Great interview, I have always found the subject of a successful persons talent and fame interesting. Its seems a two edged sword it can reward you or destroy you and many times both. A persons talent draws your attention to them in admiration, but I've also noticed that while the talent may be attractive the person with it, is not necessarily so. A book on how to handle fame wouldn't go astray, I think Paul McCartney and Barry Gibb are excellent role models who recognize their greatest achievements are being a good husband and father with loving families.

  60. Melvin Henderson

    Melvin Henderson5 timmar sedan

    Jordan interviews actors

  61. Tammy Noble

    Tammy Noble5 timmar sedan

    Too many interrupted stories and thoughts throughout the interview to insert an opinion of his experience. Maybe that's your style, but it's not for me.

  62. Titus Paul

    Titus Paul5 timmar sedan

    God Bless Jorden and Matthew for this wonderful interview !

  63. Adam Hazelwood

    Adam Hazelwood5 timmar sedan

    I've read books from both of these men and it surprises me not to see them talking together with such animation.

  64. Deikenity

    Deikenity5 timmar sedan

    They should have a podcast together.

  65. T.D. Newsh

    T.D. Newsh5 timmar sedan

    Shelly Long 8:52

  66. Categoricamente

    Categoricamente5 timmar sedan

    >Its late, you cant watch this 1hour long cool interview >>i will wake up in time tomorrow >Its not possible >>No, its necessary!

  67. First Last

    First Last5 timmar sedan

    You are.almost there JP. You just need to learn that you are just a person. Just like everyone else and quiet the ego. Don't allow the ego to take over. As soon as you do.. you will become the ego. Ie. You had Mathew on here to talk about his book. And yet you spent several minutes interrupting him and making it about yourself. Kill the ego and be J Peterson.

  68. Work Hard Play Hard TV

    Work Hard Play Hard TV5 timmar sedan

    It's so good to see you back and healthy..

  69. Tienke Bosher Pelzmann

    Tienke Bosher Pelzmann5 timmar sedan

    Matthew McConaughey you have just been psycho analyzed(wink, wink), Mr Peterson, you are ready to run for president!!

  70. Tom Beakbane

    Tom Beakbane6 timmar sedan

    It is a joy to see people truly listen to each other - not subverted by their fame.

  71. Dolores Campbell

    Dolores Campbell6 timmar sedan

    I enjoyed this, Hopefully you both have a Blessed, life ahead

  72. Leonard Look

    Leonard Look6 timmar sedan

    did you know both of these have had hair transplants? and i've just had one ... random

  73. Maria Gabrielle

    Maria Gabrielle6 timmar sedan

    Peterson's so dark. McConaughey's a happy guy. ♡

  74. roberto seveno

    roberto seveno6 timmar sedan

    So emotionally intelligent, both. Cool ending, two.

  75. NECRO 69

    NECRO 696 timmar sedan

    Mathew lol do yourself a favor and stop thinking because what your doing is not thinking.

  76. Chris H

    Chris H6 timmar sedan

    This is an awesome interview. However, Jordan’s comprehension of the Bible is excessively and inaccurately metaphoric on issues that are meant by the writers to be literal, which serves to deny the validity and message in a Book in which he claims to believe.

  77. Dan Khan

    Dan Khan6 timmar sedan

    I loved the way that ended. Thank you for coming together and sharing ✌️💙


    ADNANE LAMRANI6 timmar sedan

    This video shoud be labeled : Matthew turns his Self-Authoring assignment and gets a straight A+ from Jordan

  79. Walter Alfaro

    Walter Alfaro6 timmar sedan

    Hello, glad to see many like minded peeps together and maybe this is the right place to ask.. has the fight been lost or is there hope for humanity?

  80. the multiverse is calling b vigilant

    the multiverse is calling b vigilant6 timmar sedan

    Two of my favorite people refreshing my memory.Listening to this podcast,enhanced what I represent,what my psychology represents. I was right about Mathew the first time I saw one of his movies.From my point of view,Mathew is one of the many people on our planet who is positively motivational.Thanks guys.

  81. human inc

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    the self ass kissing book. buy it. i was so successful, crazy :)) now it s wearing off. pls buy my book 🤣

  82. Marie Griner

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    The rare chemistry morphologically hook because venezuelan inexplicably multiply times a careful macrame. fluttering, rightful step-son

  83. Mike Todd

    Mike Todd6 timmar sedan

    Enjoy the conversation very enlightening Hollywood reminds me of the Babe Ruth story to restore both baseball back From corruption. ... Made Babe Ruth turning into somebody that he could never measure up too ! To save baseball ⚾️

  84. Peace Soup

    Peace Soup6 timmar sedan

    Fame must be horrible. The craft fantastic but the fame culture we put on top of the craft is ugly. I'd rather give props to a good doctor or teacher then an actor, even though I think films are important they not the be and end all. Studio's love the actors to be so called stars to help sell the films, fame is just business.

  85. Heňo Nguyen

    Heňo Nguyen6 timmar sedan

    What are your thoughts on connection between todays feminism and social Marxism JP????

  86. its all art to me

    its all art to me7 timmar sedan

    His book changed my life, beautiful man and a beautiful book.

  87. Dan W

    Dan W7 timmar sedan

    I would hate to be a celebrity. The constant voices tellling you that you are more than you actually are. Matthew is clearly a celebrity who is trying to keep his feet on the ground. Must be tough.

  88. Venger Satanis

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  89. Andrea Sacre

    Andrea Sacre7 timmar sedan

    Delightful meeting!! The pleasure is ours! Thank you so much! 🙏✨🇧🇷

  90. Slippery Sam

    Slippery Sam7 timmar sedan

    Jordan seems to be feeling better. I hope so.

  91. Slippery Sam

    Slippery Sam7 timmar sedan

    That South African philosopher has a hopeless worldview.

  92. Slippery Sam

    Slippery Sam7 timmar sedan

    And yes, I laughed too.

  93. pekbek mkek

    pekbek mkek7 timmar sedan

    how is hollywood highly competitive if all the actors,producers and directors are part of the elite and connected with one another? the degenerate movies get worse from one year to another and the main actors are playing themselves yeah mr peterson highly skilled and competitive i doubt that you do not see that it is propaganda. you are a part of it. you are the definition of an fool professing himself to be wise. once again thanks for doing marketing for anti depressants.

  94. pekbek mkek

    pekbek mkek7 timmar sedan

    hey mr proffessor dr peterson i thank you for advocating for antidepressants you can not imagine how much more interesting life has gotten for me after following your advice. now that my brain is damaged by chemicals i can see clearly that my life was not that bad.

  95. John Gilley

    John Gilley7 timmar sedan

    I suppose there are already 9500 comments by interested fans. I was interested in JP from day 1. I watched LINCOLN LAWYER because the premise appealed. I wonder why this isn't particularly interesting (glad JP is better and MM isn't Hollywood.

  96. ajmorris2012irc

    ajmorris2012irc8 timmar sedan

    This is a surprising deep conversation. Its heartening to know that someone like Mathew is a believer.

  97. Paco Videla

    Paco Videla8 timmar sedan

    What an excellent, utmost interesting, stimulating and inspiring interview! Two great men having a very productive dialogue. I enjoyed every single minute of it! Thanks a lot to both gentlemen (and to their respective teams, too!)!

  98. Brad Hetzel

    Brad Hetzel8 timmar sedan

    Absolutely loved this. Inspirational.

  99. Nash Chi

    Nash Chi8 timmar sedan

    What a beautiful podcast. Loved the energy from both. And so glad to see mr Peterson looking better and better. Would love to read the book. Hopefully one day soon.

  100. Nick Nomski

    Nick Nomski8 timmar sedan

    Definitely a lobster.

  101. marc thompson

    marc thompson8 timmar sedan

    2 million views in 5 days. The good Doctor is back.

  102. J B

    J B8 timmar sedan

    Jordan as interviewer. Um...OK :-)

  103. consuelo sever

    consuelo sever8 timmar sedan

    Es fantástico verlos juntos!

  104. Error Eliminator 2.0

    Error Eliminator 2.09 timmar sedan

    Lots of fanboys looking for daddies in the comment section.

  105. Error Eliminator 2.0

    Error Eliminator 2.09 timmar sedan

    The political right is beyond insane.

  106. John Mccaffrey

    John Mccaffrey9 timmar sedan

    Thank you! Both.

  107. redinthevalley

    redinthevalley9 timmar sedan

    40:09-40-40 Jordan you’re words adequately described something that I haven’t been able to process in my mind when I reflect on my own circumstances, Thank you and thank you for sharing this discussion with Mr. McConaughey, there’s more to man than what is the role in which he plays on the big screen.

  108. AiN Entertainment

    AiN Entertainment9 timmar sedan

    ...just had a breakthrough regarding "resentment". It's interesting how rational thoughts (which are mostly overrated, at least in my experience) can help balancing out emotions (which are WAY more powerful and follow their own biological / psychological / social rules and patterns). I'm 37, I've been establishing a successful business for over 7 years now and I've already overcome so many bad habits and self-destructive tendencies, but I've still been struggling with resentment towards the narrative of "It's not personal - it's just business!" I've hated the hypocrisy, the phoniness. I've felt so much despite. I couldn't understand how - our limited capacities (individually and in every social context), - all the pain and suffering immanent in our existence ("life") and - our need for positivity, laughter etc. to deal with that darkness, leads us to this narrative - and that's actually the best option we have to get along. I've thought about this and struggled with it for years. As Matthew & Jordan came to that issue, I once again felt that resentment towards their argument, but today it wasn't strong enough to keep me from hitting "pause". I took my time to reflect on it and finally, I could see where I've been wrong all those years. I'm gonna be and do better - I promise.

  109. AiN Entertainment

    AiN Entertainment8 timmar sedan

    @Error Eliminator 2.0 ...of course he's not. What's your point?

  110. Error Eliminator 2.0

    Error Eliminator 2.09 timmar sedan

    He's not your dad