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I know you all have been hyped for this week’s breakdown.

Most of the footage we’ll be looking at is Jordan Peterson’s recent conversation with Sam Harris.

Now the problem is how do you go about having a productive confrontation, debate, discussion or argument without demolishing your relationship with the other person?

I’m sure, at some point, some of you have been in that agitating scenario where your arguments and points have been taken out of context and the other person you’re arguing with is making you feel like a fool.

Nobody likes to feel like they’re wrong.

So today we’re going to talk about 5 points that will help you be the bigger person in your future debates and how to come out knowing more than you did before!


01:01 - Tip #1: Lay Out The Points of Agreement
02:58 - Tip #2: Clarify The Other Person’s Perspective
04:02 - Tip #3: Establish Your Good Intentions
05:01 - Tip #4: Separate Your Views From Your Ego
07:26 - Tip #5: Not Identifying With Your Perspective & Winning Mindset

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Personally what I have seen in life is that people who tend to win the arguments are the ones who remained emotionally calm while the ones who lose arguments are the ones who cannot control themselves or their emotions.
Bullitt 1776
It is unavoidable and must be mentioned that Jordan Peterson's points are more thought out and vetted and simply unassailable than anyone that would step to him.
John Nastrom
This is one of the main differences between Peterson and Shapiro. Shapiro could learn a lot from this.
I think he wins so often because he's already thought through his opinions and doesn't try to hide controversial ones. Every common point people make is something he had already thought of because he isn't afraid to challenge himself to find what he agrees with.
Syn Thesis
He is a psychology professor. The burden of messing up the other people is heavy. It can backfire both in belief and career.
Henrik Hallberg
I love listening to JBP and I think he’s one of the great orators of our time but Sam Harris ‘won’ this debate by logic and reason. It’s a good listen though!
Sam Harris is much better
How Jordan Peterson wins an argument:

By having 300 more iq than everyone else.
Reality Check
This is quite fascinating because the first tip relates to quranic vs where Allah says come to common terms between us and you. To be bring people closer to him
Conor Ellis
I like these videos, they make me think!
That's because Jordan Peterson is a psychologist
Not identifying oneself with an argument is a great idea...and directly contradicts the idea that one's identity creates one's arguments: "As a (insert minority group here) I think that _x_ is true."
Shadow Hedgehog
The thing is - if the other side is not just stubbornly but also maliciously pointed against you, then they will not listen to you and will try to humiliate you even when they keep failing. Because they don\t really care about the argument, they only care about themselves. The thing is - Jordan didn't have a chance to talk to people like that. People like that usually simply refuse to have the argument beforehand and only talk to people they agree with from the get go.
Márk Pozsonyi
5:00, that is not a predator, it is an Alien :D
Claudio Ortiz
You assert in this video that your views do not define you, but I couldn't disagree more. One's views on morality and outlook on life is perhaps the single most defining factor one has, and I know that when I've undergone serious changes in my views I've changed drastically as a person
David Gardner
When in a argument I found something what’s works great, it’s called feel felt found, and it goes like this. I understand how you feel I’ve felt that same way however what I found was, and then lay out your findings and people really respect what I’ve said and start agreeing with me.
Fredrik Fjeld
Had hoped you did more videoes on the Jordan and Sam Harris debates.
In a previous video, you showe how Jordan sat back calm, collected, and the other person, which felt like they were losing, were leaning in. That is pretty much what Jordan did all three debates against Sam.
A lot of your tips, tricks and tells were "used" in those discussions, only that Jordan was the one doing all the tells.
And the regular avoiding answering questions routine.
He answers questions with different answers depending on the audience, which is what turned me off from him.
"I do believe in the christian God!"
Against Sam Harris: "I do not believe in the christian God as most people believe in it"
It took away all of his credibility.
Sam Harris was at least equally as good as Jordan during that entire debate.
Heer Saleti
Sam Harris is shit
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