The Outsider’s Guide to the Social World


Shakespeare famously claimed that all the world’s a stage and all the men and women merely players and this theatrical quality of life is nowhere more evident than in the social world for the social world is not and never will be A world in which we reveal our true selves Our total character is the product of our genes our environment and the interaction of the two But who we are in public is only a slice of this totality from very early in life we learn to magnify the traits of our character that produced social acceptance while diminishing and hiding those traits which garner rejection or ridicule This process leads to the creation of our social masks or what can be called our persona And as Carl Jung explains the persona is a compromise between the individual and society as to what a man should appear to be He takes an aim earns a title represents an office He is this or that in a certain sense all this is real Yet in relation to the essential individuality of the person concerned It is only a secondary reality a product of compromise in making which others often have a greater share than he in this compromise with society some fare better than others for What a society favors even in ideal Conditions is good for most but never for all if our values and the strengths of our character Do not align with the trends of conformity then a persona built on these trends will always feel awkward We may try to solve this conflict through superior acting skills learning to play our role Well, despite our distaste for it, but this never proves to be a real solution I have just now come from a party where I was its life and soul wrote Kierkegaard Witticisms streamed from my lips everyone laughed and admired me, but I went away and I wanted to shoot myself What are we to do if our persona is not serving us? Well? Must we resign ourselves to this fact Withdraw evermore into the inner realm of our psyche and shun the social world along with the opportunities it has to offer or Can we reconstruct our persona into one that accommodates our individuality and allows us to navigate the social world with more success? while the passive stance we take in the construction of our persona can make it feel like a permanent part of our being We do have the ability to resculpt the masks we wear in public rather than being the man or woman who others want us to be we can heed the ancient wisdom to become who we are and We can construct a persona more aligned with our values and the strengths of our character For as Jung points out in the construction of one’s persona, there are two sources around which to orient it It can be oriented around the expectations and demands of society Which is the path of the conformist or it can be oriented around the social aims and aspirations Of the individual which is the path we must take if we are dissatisfied with our role on the stage of life Constructing a persona built on the foundation of one’s individuality is a task few dare to take Most people believe that only through conformity will others accept them being different However is not the death knell to social success that some imagine it to be many of us feel the chains of conformity to be Suffocating and so the man or woman who is able to loosen these chains can be a refreshing sight For as long as what makes us unique, it does not instill fear or disgust in other people It can be the raw material upon which to construct a powerful persona To achieve social success while spurning the chains of conformity requires that we cultivate a genuine pride in who we are We must accept what makes us unique if we are to have any hope of others doing the same For if we are different but insecure about our differences, then we will forever remain a social outcast Therefore if we choose to resculpt our persona in a manner that reflects our individuality We need to first develop a solid foundation upon which to build we should strive to live with purpose to adopt ambitious goals which align with our values and to take the Consistent action required to move us in this direction By doing this we will develop a justified pride in who we are and this will be reflected through whatever social Masks we choose to wear The reconstruction of our persona will only be effective if we couple this process with a devotion to strengthening our social skills for social skills do not Magically appear with a choice to adopt a new persona and they can be sorely lacking if we have spent years hiding behind a mask We could never fully embrace to overcome this deficit We need to put ourselves Into situations we fear and to be willing to experience the blunders and failures that accompany the mastery of any skill For only frequent practice will engender the boldness spontaneity and confidence that produces social success This process can be made easier when we recognize that the social world is not full of individuals examining our every move Instead it is populated by men and women full of their own doubts fears and insecurities Most people are more likely to be stuck in their own heads than thinking about how others are behaving our blenders are never as dire as we make them out to be and Recognizing this can grant us a little extra freedom as we begin experimenting with our new role One of the easiest ways to improve our social skills is to recognize the benefits of using words sparingly We should not strive to dominate all conversations for as Robert Greene points out in his book the art of seduction Talking endlessly about ourselves is eminently anti seductive revealing not self sufficiency But insecurity rather than worrying too much about what we are going to say in social interactions Our focus should be on our body language for if our words are accompanied by fearful or anxious body language, it won’t really matter What we say anyway Learning to enter social situations with a clear mind and body language that reflects a common confident character is a valuable skill to master whereas Greene explains It has been demonstrated how much people tend to judge based on first impressions and the difficulties they have in reassessing these judgments Knowing this you must give extra attention to your first appearance before an individual or group in general It is best to tone down your nonverbal cues and present a more neutral front Too much excitement will signal insecurities and might make people suspicious a relaxed smile However, and looking people in the eye and these first encounters can do wonders for lowering their natural resistance Green goes as far as to suggest that observing individuals who navigate the social world with power and grace and Trying to mimic their body language can be an effective means to elevate our own social skills Keep in mind rights green that the feeling of being in a superior Social position gives people a confidence that will radiate outward in their body language Some feel this confidence before they attain a position of power and it becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy as others are drawn to them Some who are ambitious might try to simulate these cues even with improved social skills however We need to recognize that our choice to adopt a persona more aligned with our individuality Means that we will not be accepted by everyone But a universal acceptance should never be our goal in a world of such diversity and with so many individuals who harbor their own Insecurities rejection and ridicule are inevitable no matter who we are Such experiences. However should not be used as excuses to retreat back into our shells Instead we may be wise to adopt the attitude that Goethe held towards social interaction for Goethe was a man who spent his life Cultivating his individuality and shunning the pressures of conformity but he was also a man who attained great social success one of his tricks was to approach each interaction free of any Expectations as to how the other person would respond to his social character It is a great folly to hope that other men will harmonize with us He wrote I have never hoped this I have always regarded each man as an independent Individual whom I endeavoured to understand with all his peculiarities But from whom I desired no further sympathy in this way Have I been enabled to converse with every man and thus alone is produced to the knowledge of various characters and the dexterity necessary for the conduct of life This task of remaking our persona and establishing a more effective role on the stage of life can seem daunting Especially if we have spent years or decades Wearing the masks of an outcast Some of us may look to our past and all the disappointments we have experienced and wonder if it is worth the effort But remaining a social outcast is in itself a daunting task the more we fear social Interaction the more we will avoid it and the more we avoid it the larger its absence looms over our life Therefore rather than looking at this task as a burden, we should see it for what it is One of those rare challenges that is worthy of all the risks it entails for as Greene writes in the 48 laws of power The character you seem to have been born with is not necessarily who you are Beyond the characteristics you have inherited your parents your friends and your peers have helped to shape your personality The Promethean task of the powerful is to take control of the process To stop allowing others that ability to limit and mold them remake yourself into a character of power Working on yourself like clay should be one of your greatest and most pleasurable life tasks It makes you in essence an artist an artist creating yourself

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  1. Academy of Ideas said:

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    May 16, 2019
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  2. CassandraAveolii said:

    Encountered this at the right time. Very grateful. Helps a lot.

    June 11, 2019
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  3. Nora Bui said:

    This channel is amazing. No frills, insightful and well-researched content!

    June 11, 2019
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  4. Nick King said:

    So eloquent, so well made. Thank you so much for giving voice to my abstract feelings.

    June 12, 2019
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  5. Ribula1 said:

    Such toreador

    June 12, 2019
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  6. eqw321 said:

    fuck me, this video represented in succession a few of my life stages and lessons i had o learn in order to have a better quality of life, i didn’t read many books in life because it bored me, i studied sciences not to become stupid and went into all kinds of places of the social environment to gather diverse life experiences, but this channel really tempts me to read more into psychology and philosophy, it makes me feel like i could find answers which i seek in the works of brilliant people

    June 12, 2019
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  7. Give said:

    Just sharing the Love and new ideas 🔥🙏 https://youtu.be/TnWTlZ0_Tlw

    June 12, 2019
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  8. Martin Wisecarver said:

    Couldn't get past when he said persona and masks…PERSONA! Use igni. lol great vid and channel 👌

    June 14, 2019
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  9. Zol z said:

    To any men who are super introverted or suffer from social anxiety I cannot strongly recommend more than ever to start cold approaching women in the day (no alcohol!!), it will be herculean task to build up the courage start doing this on the regular, not to mention the amount of pain your ego is gonna feel from constant rejections (recommend tom torerro as a guide on how to do this), but overtime it WILL give you the confidence (the faith in yourself) needed to become a greater man in life.

    June 15, 2019
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  10. Zeno's Grasshopper said:

    I will forever seek a means by which to give this video ten thumbs up.

    June 17, 2019
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  11. Jay Willey said:

    Great shoes at about 4:20. 😀 Jung is a stunning genius.

    June 17, 2019
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  12. Olivié Charbonneau said:

    Very much appreciated channel. Very insightful lessons. I bought "Carl Jung and the Shadow" on Gumroad to support the channel. Congratulations and many thanks.

    June 18, 2019
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  13. ImDom said:

    What shocked me is i have 1 friend that matches the perfect social persona he is always himself in public in school he is always who he wants to be, he will say what he wants to say, and do what he wants to do. When i came to this school it was the only person that i noticed was like this and people dont think hes wierd or awkward as instead of his persona conforming to the school,the school and people conformed to his.

    June 20, 2019
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  14. phincycle said:

    Every quote, discovery, and topic in these videos, excellent and valuable as they are, were written in the world where not each and every moment of one’s public and private life were recorded on camera, and then disturbingly delivered back to the individual as advertisements (creepy abstractions and promises based on things the individual had spoken about while presuming he was in private). So although the psychologists in your videos are brilliant and my favorites, their discoveries are rendered invalid. If Carl Jung were in his study after a long day at home being monitored by his own computer and television, he’d probably have killed himself.

    June 26, 2019
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  15. Wealthiest man Alive said:

    I'm been doing this my whole life hence, friendless and no girlfriend

    June 27, 2019
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  16. Pink Guy said:

    The painting at 3:00 is amazing. Does anyone know the name of it, or where to find a higher resolution version?

    June 29, 2019
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  17. Aleada Siragusa said:

    Empowering awareness; we can make ourselves into who we want to be. I love these videos the ideas and the accompanying art!

    June 29, 2019
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  18. BA Skywater said:

    Again you have helped me shape my world view and character, thank you!

    June 30, 2019
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  19. Hakan Örskaya said:

    Robert Greene's all books are great.

    July 2, 2019
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  20. C L said:

    Best YouTube channel.

    July 7, 2019
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  21. Keith Warner said:

    I've watched several of your videos and find them to be too strident and too implacable. You seem to want not to impart knowledge and wisdom but to promote an agenda. I'm not sure what that agenda is.

    July 7, 2019
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  22. cheK Leone said:

    Great topic and it's well explained! Could you tell me by the way where can I find all theses canvas that you show on your video illustrations?

    July 8, 2019
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  23. raul maximo said:

    who cares if what makes you yourself instills fear or disgust when you can break that conformity inside and around you?

    July 10, 2019
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  24. Juan Miguel Silva said:

    Great content 🙂 subscribed

    July 10, 2019
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  25. Mik' S. said:

    Thanks a lot, i really enjoy those videos! At the same time i would like to suggest, that the speech comes a bit more slower and maybe even more expressive.. I mean, its heavy stuff and it needs a certain time to let it sink in, -no!? Anyway, it appears a bit, that the speaker just reads it off, without ever making any expiriences in that matter..

    July 10, 2019
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  26. He's a Modernaire said:

    Succinctly put, this is valuable information.

    July 13, 2019
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  27. theLucianIancu EVL said:

    I wonder, this dude with this channel, with all this info, and imagine the thoughts in his head, the thoughts of all these smart depressed nihillistic psychologist
    s and philosophers n shit, how does he have the strainght to not kill himself? or anyone around him :))

    July 13, 2019
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  28. gene eric said:

    the more people i meet, the more i like dogs. and i'm more of a "cat person".

    July 14, 2019
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  29. Jam Jox said:

    You just quoted the 48 Laws of Power by Robert Greene? Bro, please be more careful of what books you ingest.

    Greene is a pop-culture pseudo-sociologist author.

    Not only are his books over-inflated with filler (so as to appear more "researched"), but the man literally compounds his "Laws" with non-sense. 48LOP is essentially a book written for people who don't give a fuck about others. It's a narcissistic view of human nature and a sociopath's hand book to "getting one up on people."

    Not once does he stray from this blueprint.

    Some laws contradict each other. But he covers his ass with the final law, "Be formless and everything changes." In other words, "Hey, everything here is bullshit, but I'm not going to admit it."

    Greene has never led an organization long-term, built up a wealthy business, or held a serious leadership position. He has a degree in Classical Studies, which I can respect because my degree is in English Literature–however…it doesn't mean he has enough authority to push "48 Laws" of anything.

    It is literally 48 Laws he pulled out of his ass.

    July 14, 2019
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  30. Kai Lichtverschlinger said:

    There is a channel here on YouTube called Charisma on Command. They go into further detail about building social skills and do so by examining others.

    July 15, 2019
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  31. Elena Pecora said:

    OMG The peace and ubderstanding I have been looking for.One step closer to balance and clarity of my TRUE SELF !!??!!

    July 15, 2019
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  32. Stephan P. said:

    In other words, fuck what other people think. Just be yourself.

    July 16, 2019
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  33. Younes Benimam said:

    These videos are a therapy!

    July 16, 2019
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  34. Allen Quartermane said:

    I am very glad that I didn't have the type of social world that kids today have, lest I wouldn't have achieved all my main goals I set as a grade school kid in the 50's. We had our social unit too, but it wasn't glued to a phone or lap top. Instead it was more as hanging out and yes getting high , but talking and conversing ideas while studying the world around us in person.

    July 17, 2019
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  35. Antisocial Freak said:

    0:17–0:32 THANK YOU!!!!

    July 19, 2019
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  36. rayturnertile said:

    There’s no R in Goethe

    July 20, 2019
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  37. telecasterbear said:

    I usually am the quiet one in social group situations. Listening helps me to understand who among the group is trying so hard for admiration from others. I tend to go away from those who seek fame, and those who provide fame.

    July 21, 2019
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  38. 1INDIANROSE said:

    the video is very interesting and the pictures are a wonderful complement to its content. WELL DONE!

    July 26, 2019
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  39. I. Go said:

    Great work.

    July 27, 2019
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  40. cybercheese93 said:

    thanks

    July 28, 2019
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  41. Oliver Boycott said:

    Most definitely the best video I've ever watched on YouTube

    July 29, 2019
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  42. Google Lysander Spooner said:

    It should be remarked that an acute distaste for the company of others is a legitimate thing wholly separate from any fear of social activity, and to conduct oneself while mistaking either for the other is perilous at best and disastrous at worst.
    Also, consciously mimicking the behaviors of others to fit in is legitimately psychopathic behavior. Love yourself. Stand up straight. Always be forthright.

    July 31, 2019
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  43. Unfriendly said:

    Hey, I'm having difficulties navigating through life, and this channel had helped me a lot. Thanks, academy of ideas! I'll make sure to donate to your patron once I got a job. Please keep doing what you're doing. 😊

    August 2, 2019
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  44. david love said:

    Create yourself the way you want to be. Enormous task.

    August 3, 2019
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  45. Patricia Blue said:

    There are so many "ifs" in this; suppositions, assumptions and conclusions, that it is nonsensical in 10 minutes. I posted at 3:45 mark.

    August 4, 2019
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  46. Trey Young said:

    This video is essentially targeting people along the Autism spectra – Asperger’s Syndrome, more specifically.

    August 7, 2019
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  47. B. Lloyd Reese said:

    In the cesspool of narcissim that is youtube, you are one of the few worthwhile producers

    August 8, 2019
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  48. Truth Seeker said:

    Wow!

    August 9, 2019
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  49. Sarah Owens said:

    I hate when you go to a party and you become the wit and entertainment of the night
    Why can't anyone else contribute or be funny? It's all up to me? I'd rather just stay at home and comfort myself with my humor. What's the point of sharing?

    August 10, 2019
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  50. love monster said:

    Thank you. You got a good product. Thank you.

    August 10, 2019
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  51. Excali BirB said:

    So damn profound

    August 10, 2019
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  52. yoppindia said:

    Searching for the true self.

    August 11, 2019
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  53. Devvv said:

    Hope you make a video about Koga's "The Courage to Be Disliked". It will probably help alot of people

    August 12, 2019
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  54. Aishwariya Sweety said:

    My teenage would have found the title of this video invaluable.

    August 12, 2019
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  55. John Landon Miller said:

    Desire for ultimate and change generates cyclicality.

    August 12, 2019
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  56. Brain Inavat said:

    This channel is controlled by Satan.

    August 13, 2019
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  57. Old Wisdom said:

    Viking age philosophy, 'for happiness it's important to develop a myth about yourself then live to fulfill that myth.' This makes you inner defined and less prone to manipulation. Be a man, be a woman.

    August 13, 2019
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  58. ascetic sceptic said:

    I don't think we can mimic the body language of confident men without coming across as inauthentic. Confidence is something that must manifest itself organically, otherwise others will intuitively pick up on both the falsehood and the force fullness of it's portrayal.

    August 15, 2019
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  59. Ray F87 said:

    This channel is amazing every video is therapy

    August 16, 2019
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  60. James Osborne said:

    Hell yes, that was affirming. I'm a reformed social outcast on the road to greater self-realization and socialization. Very helpful video.

    August 18, 2019
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  61. Crockett said:

    Umm ok sure if you say so.

    August 19, 2019
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  62. mrard1 said:

    First…love your videos! I love the recommendations of pursing the highest version of myself and avoiding the natural urge to conform. My question or issue is, how does one take this journey—which seems to result in lots of isolation—without negatively impacting those around him. For me, I have two little girls (6 & 4). My desire to be the best version of myself has really limited our social network and thus forced us to spend a lot of time without the company of others. While I don’t think that’s a bad thing, I believe socializing kids earlier in their life is important. What recommendations do you have for a guy like me who has decided to take the road less travelled but who also has responsibilities to others, especially kids?

    August 20, 2019
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  63. Mike Smolyansky said:

    Robert Greene is one of the greatest writers of our time . All his books are fabulous

    August 21, 2019
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  64. Gollum’s Lover said:

    🖤🖤🖤

    August 24, 2019
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  65. Gollum’s Lover said:

    All the feels.😊

    August 24, 2019
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  66. Gent Bar said:

    no mention of todays un imf etc mandated statists standarized education system k-12 …. specially by those states that basically own and or created such international institutions but remain the outcasts of so many of its world ordered policies. the handful of states with a thoulsand masks

    August 27, 2019
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  67. cocoarecords said:

    In solitude I found myself. I am not who I am when around people.

    August 27, 2019
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  68. cocoarecords said:

    Having a persona that matches our personality might not be appealing to everyone, but universal acceptance shouldn't be our goal.

    August 27, 2019
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  69. Clarizze said:

    Thank you-. I was needing to hear the truth for a while.

    August 28, 2019
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  70. eljayess 1972 said:

    I refuse to play a role . Fuck society.

    September 1, 2019
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  71. Rubi da Silva said:

    Wish the paintings were credited would love to find out more about those painters and their works.

    September 1, 2019
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  72. NatureShorts said:

    Excellent video. Glad to see you incorporating Greene's work into your videos. He is (quietly) one of the greatest philosophers of our day.

    September 4, 2019
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  73. Jane Self said:

    Great talk

    September 7, 2019
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  74. Carl Hammill said:

    Wondering what my wife reaction will be with me wanting to cultivate new social persona while she & 7 month old stay home. Lol

    September 13, 2019
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  75. Whyso Obnoxious said:

    The last sentiment uttered regarding an artist creating ones self, reminds me of the bible’s quote “And God created man in His image, in the image of God He created him” Gen 1:26 –1:28.

    warning Speaking in tongues ( Do not be offended this is my own personal interpretation)

    The beginning of the first part of the quote starts with “God” being a noun identifying and naming God as our soul Architect of our universe and conscious mind, better yet for even elaboration purposes, allowing us the metamorphosis from the mind of an animal ruled alone by instinct into conscious beings with a concentrated power of the universe within our selfs, consumption of the tree of knowledge’s fruits gave mankind foresight and increased entropy (Death) . Then we encounter the second part of the sentence with a subject pronoun ‘he’ and ‘him’ as in man created Himself in Gods image or at least will strive to be in likeness to Gods image, as a son would, trying to imitate his father. We have the ability to live in the likeness of God if we base our Art and reality upon a higher power ie God- The saying we have killed God only means we have killed our selfs and will not be able to strive towards a higher unfathomable ideal or standard of living. “I think therefor I am” – “I am that I am” “ I Am”

    September 17, 2019
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  76. Gone said:

    Be a Cat…..Don't be a Dog

    September 20, 2019
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  77. Ilya K. said:

    Academy of Ideas, the last relevant channel on the 'Tube. Thank you , kind sirs.

    September 28, 2019
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  78. Stephan Naro said:

    Don't conform!! (THAT way, conform THIS way.)

    That being said, I learnt something here*, and should rewatch it in a while. (*Though not quite enough 🙂 )

    September 29, 2019
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  79. Just Moi said:

    Interesting. I don't have a "social mask"

    October 13, 2019
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  80. Sunny shah said:

    I am what I think You think I am.

    October 20, 2019
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  81. dead beat said:

    Amazing

    October 24, 2019
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  82. pink said:

    social skills are the mastery of your unconscious actions

    November 29, 2019
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  83. Michel Hébert said:

    About what Robert Greene said, I don't believe we can shape ourselves without some influences here and there by people who are close to us. Still, it's not bad if some of their good traits are impregnated in us if it happens. We exchange a flow of energy between us with each interactions and it's clearly something that can be of great use if you surround yourself with positive people. 😉

    December 3, 2019
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  84. Trident said:

    I love the idea, thanks for sharing.

    December 4, 2019
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  85. Ass Hole said:

    So basically, what you're saying is, we live in a society.

    December 5, 2019
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  86. Drexel King said:

    He who becomes a friend of the world becomes an enemy of God. Friendship with the world is enmity with God. The world and it's desires pass away but he who does the will of God shall abide forever.

    December 10, 2019
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  87. ANTHOM Music said:

    We need more content

    December 15, 2019
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  88. FaeFantasy said:

    Outcast my whole life so I know this all too well. And it has become something I'm proud of instead of something I'm ashamed of in the most recent years.

    December 21, 2019
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  89. Flawless Nika said:

    Revisiting this video after about a year. This has done more to help deal with social anxiety than anything else.

    December 27, 2019
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  90. vbhv yadu said:

    You are helping mankind by making these videos. Thank you

    January 3, 2020
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  91. Faisal Alsaadi said:

    This was painful to watch in the best way possible. Thank you for making this.

    January 6, 2020
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  92. TRUEiMPROrecords said:

    Great summary.! And I agreed fully up to the point of Greene suggesting "simulating" outward power by toning down cues and what not nonsense because of first impressions. Weak. Goethe gets my high five!

    January 14, 2020
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  93. Tija Place said:

    This is the clearest description of persona I have heard!

    January 17, 2020
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  94. Taylor Novia said:

    This channel never disappoints. Praise. Would you brothers consider a video reflecting on the work of Thomas Szasz? His most compelling work is from a book called The Myth of Mental Illness. You guys would knock it out of the park.

    January 18, 2020
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  95. North Personal Training said:

    How anyone can thumbs down this is beyond me..

    January 19, 2020
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  96. Kevin Fleming said:

    Absolutely thought-provoking. Thanks for the insight!

    January 26, 2020
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  97. Andro Tomas said:

    As a socially challenged individual I have committed to listening to this once every morning such that I can recreate my own character.

    February 3, 2020
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  98. FreshJordans507 said:

    Gahhh this is gonna be daily listening for me

    February 4, 2020
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  99. Melanie O'Hara said:

    “To thine own self be true, And as surely as night follows day, Thou canst be false to any man.” Polonius to Laertes, Shakespeare’s Hamlet, Act I. Right on!🙂

    February 17, 2020
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  100. HT200 said:

    Sometimes your videos feel like you're speaking directly to me.

    February 26, 2020
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