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    Brought to you by Penguin.

    The number one Sunday Times and Audible best seller from 'the most influential public intellectual in the Western world right now' (New York Times) - read by the man himself.

    How should we live properly in a world of chaos and uncertainty?

    Jordan Peterson has helped millions of people, young and old, men and women, aim at a life of responsibility and meaning. Now he can help you.

    Drawing on his own work as a clinical psychologist and on lessons from humanity's oldest myths and stories, Peterson offers 12 profound and realistic principles to live by. After all, as he reminds us, we each have a vital role to play in the unfolding destiny of the world.

    Deep, rewarding and enlightening, 12 Rules for Life is a lifeboat built solidly for stormy seas: ancient wisdom applied to our contemporary problems.

    ©2018 Jordan B. Peterson (P)2018 Penguin Books Ltd

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    Nice, if you like preaching

    It’s a good book. It’s also a tiresome book.

    Riddled with anecdotes and snippets of advice on how to live. I listened to the audiobook and Peterson's voice is often harsh - he sounds angry most of the time. It's not his fault, perhaps he speaks like this all the time, but I've had my fill.

    I got really tired of the author's sermons in the end. I could barely finish the book.
    I had to skip certain texts - especially when he goes on and on, time and again, preaching biblical , often Old Testament truths.
    Am I in church ?

    At times the book is absolutely genius. Some texts are jewels of insight, knowledge and wisdom.

    At times though, I find the writer totally misses the mark.

    I think Peterson is a good man - I believe he has had too much unfair criticism from many; archiving him with the alt-right. He clearly is not an extremist. There’s a moderate conservatism present - but also a moderate progressivism. All in all a very descent and good person.

    I understand that the book has helped many people with their lives, especially young men. For this I would give it 5 stars.

    But the constant preaching and promotion of Old Testament ideas totally turns me off.
    One star taken away.

    And some of the basic tenets are discutable if not plain wrong. Take the idea that “feminine equals chaos" while "masculin equals order”.

    Or the way he starts the chapter in rule 7 : ““Life is suffering. That’s clear. There is no more basic, irrefutable truth.”

    Hmm…. no it isn't.

    And then there's all the contradictory material.
    Take "Rule 9", where the first paragraph details how wrong it is to give advice. This ... in a book littered with advice, sermons and preaching.


    And so I take another star away - leaving the book with 3 stars.

    It’s a good book. But I’m not going to buy the sequel.

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    Way too long

    Like many reviewers , I enjoyed his YouTube videos, however, while listening to this audiobook, I felt like a mouse in a labyrinth looking for a piece of cheese. This book could be condensed down to a single flash card. Too many religious references and the author goes off on an tangent for too many times in each rules. Save your time and buy a summary.

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    Fantastic, made me weep!

    The book being read by Jordan Peterson was ideal for his tone and emphasis! Five stars aren't enough!

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    Complete disrespect of my time

    I couldn't get past the second rule, the rules themselves may be useful and really good but the author has a way to communicate them that really makes it hard to stay focused and willing to keep listening.

    First, it is waaaaaaaay too long, I feel like every chapter could be shortened at least 10 times. The author has no respect for the listener time.
    Second, the explanations and context seem completely off-topic, it takes dozens of minutes between the beginning of a chapter on a given rule and the moment when the author finally makes a connection between what he's saying and the rule itself.
    Third, in the 2h49mns I have listened to, I feel like the author has talked about God/Christianity for half of that time. All of second rule seems to be based on this topic, this is completely unacceptable. In no way does God/Christianity belong in any "scientific" book, if you really want to use God/Christianity to make a point, make it really quick. I don't need nor want to hear about Adam and Eve for 30minutes straight like in this book, this is nonsense.

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    Entertaining

    It is entertaining, and I particularly liked the first rule. However, a lot of divagation unnecessarily lengthen some chapters.

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    Spectacular Book

    Loved it. This is a masterpiece. It gives a guideline on how to live a life worth living. Many references to philosophical and historical works are provided. They enrich the words of the author. I will read again.

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    genius use of stories to explain abstract concepts

    been watching JBP for more than a year now but never read his books. I enjoyed the 16h reading by the author's voice, it really opens another dimension to it.

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    An outstanding book (slowly) read by the author

    Though it felt too slowly read (had to turn to 1.75x), J.B. Peterson remains an outstanding spokesman.

    This was a book I've been wanting to read for a long while, but never managed to to do it. The contents full of insights and points to reflect upon.

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    a struggle to listen

    For my first audiobook experience an absolute 'no'. An absolute monotone voice, like he is preaching. It starts interesting but when the chapters go by it becomes hypnotizing with the same tune over and over again.

    The text itself: well, now and then I hear a lot of experience and interestiung issues but with this ongoing bible-reference and the search for the best, it becomes a struggle to end the book. No, I do not recommend it, although I generally like Mr. Petersons discussions on YouTube.

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    This book is no joke, no 10 min hair-raisin video

    As non-native English speaker, it was sometimes hard to follow.

    I found this book quite interesting because Jordan doesn't improvise.

    He tells the truth no matter what the cost is.
    My favorite chapter : stand up straight and Tell the truth or at least don't lie

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    • Martin
    • 20/02/2018

    Life-changing in every sense of the word

    This book has brought me joy, laughter and also tears, grief and profound sadness. Through the wisdom of ancient texts and personal anecdotes, doctor Peterson gave me courage to face my fear of responsibility, take my place in the world and improve the lives of those around me. The performance is deeply personal and precise as is the case with other Peterson's material. I hope I will return to this book for strength and inspiration whenever I need them most.

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    • Jarrod
    • 16/01/2018

    Easily accessible wisdom

    Jordan Peterson presents a refreshing voice of wisdom in a crowd of shrill hysteria and politically correct drivel. I was impressed with the combination of common sense advice and surprising insights. There is lots to learn here. If you’re looking for a blueprint for a life well lived, you’ve come to the right place.

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    • Anonymous User
    • 28/08/2018

    This book has been rated five lobsters.

    Amazing book, very deep and thoughtful. It teaches the individual responsibility over ones actions. To speak the truth and many other wonderfully useful things.

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    • Oliver
    • 18/01/2018

    Deep and enjoyable experience

    Peterson goes all in in his effort to lay out his philosophy in a form that resonates on many levels of analysis. The book is simultaneously a compelling map of reality, guide to a balanced and meaningful life, and a deep defence of Western culture, Christian values and healthy masculinity, which are all currently under attack. I think this book is not just an insightful thought provoker, but also a healthy vaccination against dangerous ideological viruses which are unleashed in the modern world.

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    • M MENGEL
    • 01/02/2018

    Lit

    A candle has been lit in the world to keep the dark at bay.

    I’m in awe of Jordan’s capacity to ignore the nonsense hurled at him, and still speak with a white hot passion to help people. It humbles and makes you want to emulate.

    Twelve simple rules that get into your subconscious so quickly it feels like they were always there.

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    • hao
    • 05/09/2019

    Too much bible talk

    Disappointed to see this book turned into a full-on bible study from chapter 6. Dr.Peterson introduced himself as a psychologist and a scientist, but I see little reasoning with genuine scientific knowledge instead this book is mostly about Dr.Peterson’s personal interpretation of the bible. He often ran off the topic and spend hours to praise and interpret Christianity, he also consistently to refer to the bible and not actual evidences to make his case, which significantly lowered his credibility.

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    • Hans
    • 28/03/2018

    Pure Wisom

    Any additional comments?

    Jordan Peterson deliver advices, that are ready to implement into our daily life.
    He turns his knowledge into wisdom by showing the principles, which we should use as a guide both in the professional and private life.

    Idea of taking full responsibility for our choices makes perfect sense and give hope to all of the young people, who got deeply immersed into the nihilist world of mass consumption.

    JBP narration makes the whole listening experience even better.

    Lessons that you can takeaway from this book could be life-changing, especially if you want to give your life meaning and orient yourself in the world.

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    • Anubhav Misra
    • 12/02/2018

    Spirituality for the reasonable

    Would you consider the audio edition of 12 Rules for Life to be better than the print version?

    I prefer the narrative power of the author speaking his own words. Hence, yes! I find it much better than the print.

    What was one of the most memorable moments of 12 Rules for Life?

    The coda(nice choice of words there). Like a sonata form recapitulation, it ties together the multi-themed spiritual sonata that was this book!

    Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

    The story about the suffering of his daughter and the frailty of li'l children moved me particularly.

    "We love not 'despite' the limitations, but 'because' of them. And of course, it more complicated than that"

    Any additional comments?

    This book is great, not because it's some groundbreakingly new content and idea that have not been expressed before. It is so as it brings back an important aspect in the spiritual quest that is absent from most new age spiritual teachers: FORM! Most spiritual thinkers have removed everything that even resembles any real manifestation so much so that it is almost impossible to have use of what they are saying.

    Jordan Peterson brings back the fundamental(archetypal) stories of our experiences back to the social collective consciousness and for that we must thank him.

    This book unlike most self-help books, this book doesn't try to explain the title in almost banal detail. It takes the idea and brings it alive through contrast, variation, and storytelling that drives home the title without having to repeat it once. Only thing I can think of that comes close is classical music.

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    • Hennie
    • 07/11/2019

    May as well have been the Ten Commandments

    I struggled through the biblical verbal diarrhea of steps 1 and 2 and felt relieved to be presented with a scientific take on the Law of Attraction in Step 3 when Peterson declared that the final ingredient to make it all work is religion. The narration is also sub standard.

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    • Michael
    • 20/03/2018

    Deep and accessible

    I'll have to listen to it again and probably again but some great practical advice based on truth and his genuine real understanding

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    • Utilisateur anonyme
    • 05/06/2019

    12 Rules for Life

    Ich kannte Jordan B. Peterson von seinen Youtube Lesungen und hatte von Anfang bemerkt, dass er mir aus der Seele spricht. Mit diesem Buch gibt er genug Material und Anekdoten, um sich selber besser reflektieren zu können. Ich empfehle das Buch allen in jeder Lebenslage, die offen sind. Entweder, man findet Bestärigung oder einen gut begründeten Gegenpol zu seinen eigenen Ansichten.

    Ich empfehle hierbei die englische Version, da ich gehört habe, dass vieles schlecht und vulgär ins Deutsche übersetzt wurde.

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    • René van Hulst
    • 01/12/2019

    Bad

    I don't even know where to start my criticism of this book. It's a trainwreck.

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    • Utilisateur anonyme
    • 14/05/2019

    A must-read

    Although not always easy to follow, the ideas in this book are eye opening but not overly complex

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    • Mindraine1
    • 10/12/2018

    dogmatisch und kaum zu ertragen

    Der Sprecher begründet Zusammenhänge aufgrund von biblischen Zitaten und bewertet die Menschheit in diesem Kontext als schwach und widerwærtig. Ich habe eigentlich gehofft, dass wir über so was hinaus sind.

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    • HW
    • 25/05/2020

    bla bla bla

    it's really just a lot of bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla

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    • Aram
    • 22/01/2020

    Too biblical, rather corny and superficial.

    I have no doubts in the author's erudition, however the whole biblical aspect of the book is really too frustrating to listen to. Some phrases sound too "motivation speech" like and come off as corny and superficial. This might make it sound sophisticated for some listeners, but I find it just shallow and pompous.

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    • Asgar
    • 12/02/2018

    Listen/read only a few pages at a time

    Peterson wrote this like a religious book. Repitition is common in a few segments of this book. This can be very annoying if listened to in long sessions. The ending part has a really weird amendments vibe to it, where peterson asks himself questions which he answers himself in a very theatralic way, almost as if god spoke to him. It's a solid book but bloated and at points close to religiously theatralic and vague.

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    • Mario
    • 21/10/2020

    Bewegend und wahrlich transformierend

    Ich habe dieses Buch und die einzelnen Kapitel nun mehrere Male angehört und mir viel Mühe gegeben die Weisheit und Idee zu verstehen und WIRKLICH umzusetzen. Das Ergebnis? Ich habe es geschaft eine Person zu werden dich ich selber um ein Vielfaches lieber habe und deutlich mehr respektiere.

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    • DjM
    • 24/01/2018

    Gute Übersicht über Dr. Petersons Philosophie

    Würden Sie 12 Rules for Life noch mal anhören? Warum?

    Das Buch ist für jeden geeignet, der sich mit den Themen Sinn des Lebens und Moral auseinandersetzen will. Dabei ist es kein klassisches Selbsthilfebuch mit trivialen Einsichten sondern ehr eine Erleuterung und Aktualisierung der Werte des Abendlandes. Prof. Jordan Peterson verbindet dabei kompetent philosophie und religiöse Tradition mit fundierten wissenschaftlichen Erkenntnissen aus Psychologie und Biologie.Das Buch ist eine Fortführung der Philosophie von Prof. Jordan Peterson, für mich ist es eine etwas einfacher zugängliche Version von Maps of Meaning. Für Fans von Prof. Jordan Peterson gibt es nicht so viel Neues, jedoch ist es kompakter zusammen gefasst als seine ehr losen Vorträge und Vorlesungen auf Youtube.Gelesen wird das Buch von Prof. Jordan Peterson selbst. Er hat sicherlich keine klassische Radiostimme, aber aus meiner Sicht ist es am authentischten ihn selber zu hören.

    Was wäre für andere Hörer sonst noch hilfreich zu wissen, um das Hörbuch richtig einschätzen zu können?

    Insgesamt eine große Empfehlung!

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    • Amazon Customer
    • 13/08/2018

    Useful advice, drowned in unhelpful rants.

    I am actually quite fond of Mr Peterson as a live speaker. But this is a book and not a podcast. He has spent little to no effort focusing, pruning and structuring the content of this book, resulting in an honestly mediocre book. This book is written in two modes. One delivers solid advice from an experienced psychologist and backs it up with a bit of science. That's 10% of the book. The remaining 90% of the book are the ramblings of your demented psychologist uncle. As soon as the advice has been laid down, he launches nonsensically on all directions. You can expect embarrassing attempts at poetry, bible study, rants about his favourite novelists, rants about his hatred of communism etc. While it all fits the bleak tone of the book, very little of that actually connects to the advice and is more like random things that he wanted to get out of his chest. Mr Peterson mentions at some point that there is a one-page version of his 12 rules, containing just the rules. You should find that list instead, and save 15 hours of life.

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