Jordan Peterson – Stop Talking to Those Who Aren’t Listening

Jordan Peterson talks about the importance of refraining from talking to people who are not attentive to the information you want to convey. He also talks about the importance of reading people’s body language, as this can tell you more about them than any words can.

Dr Jordan B. Peterson is a psychologist, author, online educator, and Professor Emeritus at the University of Toronto. He taught some of the most highly regarded courses at Harvard and the University of Toronto for twenty years while publishing over a hundred well-cited scientific papers with his students and co-authors. His podcast has frequently topped the charts in the education category.

If people are not listening to you stop talking to them and that’s really that is the best piece of advice that I can give you.”

Jordan believes that continuing to talk to people who aren’t listening or paying attention essentially devalues the information you are trying to convey. This is because you are trying to pass on valuable information to an audience that is rejecting it.

The ones who aren’t listening pull back because you’re devaluing what you have to say.”

Talking to people who are not interested in your message can also harm your confidence. This is because people who are unwilling to receive the message will label it as a lie or unimportant. If you insist on talking to these people, you will eventually end up disheartened or even believing your message is false.

When trying to live as your authentic self, it is essential to remember to surround yourself with your tribe. These are people you have things in common, people who are open to your ideas and will encourage you and listen to you.

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