12 Rules For Life audiobook is a story-based, and an engaging self-help guide for teenagers that sets out a series of basic rules that may enable us to become more focused, perform well, behave decently, and manage our lives while still enjoying them to the fullest. In 12 Rules of Life audiobook, the writer detailed the 12 rules and how you might use them as a cure to chaos to re-establish meaning, order, and fulfillment in your life.
Religion has played a significant part in man’s search for stability and purpose for generations. Secularism and nihilism ushered in new ideologies, but they also ushered in an increasing sense of loneliness. The 12 Rules of Life audiobook is based on years of research spanning a variety of areas, including history, religion, mythology, neuroscience, and psychology, to make you survive with direction and significance.
Humans despise rules and restrictions. However, we require structure in our lives, which is hard to achieve without rules. Rules increase reliability, enable collaboration, and maintain mutual trust, without them, instability and ambiguity reign. In 12 Rules of Life audiobook free, the author thinks that following norms that help you build well in life are the best way to have a free and fulfilled happy life.
In 12 Rules of Life audiobook free, according to the author, Good is just the avoidance of Evil. Therefore, good regulations that decrease excessive human misery will enable us to live better lives. In short, the book’s 12 Rules of Life are based on the basic principle that we must individually accept responsibility for our own lives. Get your life on track and do the most you can for yourselves, your community, and the world as a whole. Only then can you realize the full degree of your ability and fortitude.
Jordan B. Peterson and Norman Doidge MD – foreword wrote 12 Rules of Life audiobook.
Jordan Bernt Peterson was born on June 12, 1962, in Alberta. He is a clinical psychologist, professor of psychology, YouTube celebrity, and writer from Canada. In the late 2010s, he began to garner considerable notice for his conservative views on political and cultural matters.
Peterson grew up in Fairview. He holds undergraduate degrees in political science and psychology from the University of Alberta, as well as a Ph.D. in clinical psychology from McGill University. He moved to Canada in 1998 to join the department of psychology at the University of Toronto. In 1999, he published his first book, Maps of Meaning: The Architecture of Belief, which served as the foundation for many of his following lectures. To analyze beliefs and significance frameworks, the book integrated knowledge from psychology, mythology, religion, literature, philosophy, and neuroscience.
Peterson’s lectures and discussions widely disseminated via podcasts and YouTube amassed millions of views over time. Meanwhile, he released his second book, 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos in 2018, he had placed his clinical practice and teaching obligations on pause. It became a best-seller in various countries after being marketed with a globe tour. In the New Yorker in 2018, Kelefa Sanneh stated that Peterson “is now one of the most powerful, and divisive, public intellectuals in the English-speaking world.”Peterson’s work was hampered in 2019 and 2020 by health issues related to a serious benzodiazepine withdrawal syndrome. Beyond Order: 12 More Rules for Life, his third book, was released in 2021. Subsequently, he resumed regular podcasting.
He is 59 years old and resides in Alberta, Canada with his wife Tammy Robert,s and two children.
The narrator of 12 Rules of Life audiobook is Jordan B. Peterson. Other audiobooks that Jordan B. Peterson has also narrated are Beyond Order, Maps of Meaning, and The Gulag Archipelago.
The length of 12 Rules of Life audiobook is 15 hours and 40 minutes.
Random House Canada published 12 Rules of Life audiobook on 01/23/2018.