Jimmy Carr: "There's A Crisis Going On With Men!"

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The Diary Of A CEO

The Diary Of A CEO

Күн бұрын

Jimmy Carr is an award-winning comedian, writer and TV host for shows including, ‘8 Out Of 10 Cats’, ‘Roast Battle’, and ‘Big Fat Quiz Of The Year’.
00:00 Intro
02:01 How Are You, Jimmy?
03:07 Every Single Person Has Life Dysmorphia
08:59 What Is the Point of All This Work?
12:35 What Is Our End Goal?
14:08 People Crave the Success Not the Journey
16:47 You Should Be Feeling Imposter Syndrome
18:45 I Entertained My Sick Mother
19:54 The Unmeasurable Stuff Is the Important One
24:29 Depression
25:46 Men's Mental Health
27:30 What Is It to Be a Man
33:25 Losing My Religion
33:52 How Do You Deal with Grief in Your Life?
35:19 The Passing of Sean Lock
38:27 Business Is Life
39:12 The Issue Is Young People Are Not Given Enough Agency
41:52 How Comedy Teaches You to Be a Good Communicator
45:06 The Importance of Taking Risks
52:38 How To Deal with Rejection
55:31 Knowing Who You Are & What You Want to Do
58:44 Is It Motivation, Luck or Talent?
01:02:14 Being Cancelled
01:06:12 Would You Erase Your Worst Moments?
01:15:26 Artificial Intelligence
01:26:37 Self Expression
01:30:51 Jimmy's Eating Disorder
01:35:31 Advice to Younger People
01:38:25 Why You Should Sweat the Small Stuff
01:42:45 Having Confidence
01:43:40 Netflix Special
01:46:09 Dave Chapelle Attack
01:50:38 What Would You Tell Your Kids?
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@TheDiaryOfACEO
@TheDiaryOfACEO Ай бұрын
Can I ask you all a favour? If you enjoy this episode, could you please hit the like button it helps us massively. Appreciate you all! 🙏🏽
@cjojay
@cjojay Ай бұрын
Why are you completely silent for much of the time that Jimmy is talking to you? There's no verbal encouragement or acknowledgment and it feels almost like he's talking to himself at times.
@peachesandpoets
@peachesandpoets Ай бұрын
​@@cjojay Not everybody needs a cheerleader in order to talk. When a host notices a confident speaker and recognises that the speaker's contribution is consistent and valuable, the best thing for the host to do is be quiet. Jimmy didn't say much that needed challenging or a push. He either gave his opinion or gave facts, and never tried to demand that his opinion was fact. People are tainted by news networks being mostly opinion and argument and have forgotten about what journalism (small J) is. And yes, I know that most such people haven't or can't read this far.
@bearpaws5942
@bearpaws5942 Ай бұрын
❤🎉​@@cjojay
@lesleyhughes3174
@lesleyhughes3174 Ай бұрын
​@@cjojayI kind of think that he's obviously doing something right! Where are you in this life? Can you say the same?
@cjojay
@cjojay Ай бұрын
@@peachesandpoets Go back and listen to the interview, especially the first 20 mins. It's odd. In normal human communication, your listener makes subtle sounds of acknowledgment when you are speaking to them, especially when you sort of ask them questions, like right? Things like that. We give small gestures and sounds like mmhmm. Do you know what I mean?
@viktoriaberg8706
@viktoriaberg8706 27 күн бұрын
"Every man has two lives; the second begins when he realizes he only has one." That hit a nerve. Great interview!
@JasonBong123
@JasonBong123 25 күн бұрын
Yeap. Great quote by Confucius
@JasonlaroseLaRose
@JasonlaroseLaRose 24 күн бұрын
Jimmy for President.
@AlerieHightower
@AlerieHightower 23 күн бұрын
Yeah, my hubs is currently having a very hard time transitioning into the second one.
@webmaster6269
@webmaster6269 23 күн бұрын
Golden
@fhe8584
@fhe8584 22 күн бұрын
I saw this quote on a kung fu panda video..
@Sagepage818
@Sagepage818 Ай бұрын
" People don't want to live longer, they want more memories " hit me in the chest ❤
@WhitP5782
@WhitP5782 Ай бұрын
Yes!
@GoogleGogole
@GoogleGogole Ай бұрын
Agree!
@EmergingForward
@EmergingForward Ай бұрын
Yeah, i want to live fully. This may sound off but i plan to create a death meditation in my breathwork meditation class, just to be AWARE of my mortality and live like I could die tomorrow. Stop wasting time you know?
@LifeGambler
@LifeGambler Ай бұрын
The only way to create memories is experiencing something new. We must keep traveling the unknown road
@frankythomas1032
@frankythomas1032 Ай бұрын
I scrolled over your message at the exact moment he was saying this. That was pretty crazy. But yes I completely agree!
@goaway7272
@goaway7272 6 күн бұрын
Im female in my 40s, single, no kids, unbelievable unlucky with a tonne of health issues, Im on disability and living in a council house, I've lived and suffered and I've learned and I've found gratitude for everything, I've found calm and kindness for myself and my health frustrations, I've found acceptance and grace. Has my life of situation improved with all the Dr's, effort and work not really, has my attitude resolve patience and perseverance changed absoloutely. I have less now than ever and nothing that's expected of people and I'm happier than I've ever been.
@ashraf2661
@ashraf2661 4 күн бұрын
I'm pleased to hear that you're still happy despite the severe hardships you've faced !!...gratitude is key !!
@phil6025
@phil6025 4 күн бұрын
It's a great lesson.
@mirandaandrea8215
@mirandaandrea8215 3 күн бұрын
I need to take a leaf out of your book!
@chloebelle4923
@chloebelle4923 3 күн бұрын
I am very sorry for your suffering, yet SO admiring of your strength and perseverance. I was also sick, for many years, all actually caused by the medical system. Once I started healing myself through alternative methods, the miracles began ~~~ Detoxing and mineral supplementation, bone broth, spirulina, zeolite, NAC, iodine... just BEGIN someplace and you absolutely CAN heal. God bless you!
@hodedo7803
@hodedo7803 2 күн бұрын
Your attitude is amazing when contrasted against all of the entitled, spoiled temper tantrum throwing, excuse me, rage ritualists who go insane over the slightest inconvenience. Bless you and hope the best for you
@canonest
@canonest 14 күн бұрын
"14 years old used to be babysitters, now they need babysitters." this is the absolute best quote.
@SenseofAwareness
@SenseofAwareness Ай бұрын
Jimmy Carr's comedic style was never my cup of tea, so it is such a pleasure to find out what an interesting, insightful, and intelligent person he is! Thank you!
@churnetvalleyrunner3635
@churnetvalleyrunner3635 Ай бұрын
Bruh it’s been uploaded for 45 mins, you haven’t even seen it yet, calm down
@peachesandpoets
@peachesandpoets Ай бұрын
​@@churnetvalleyrunner3635right? Ridiculous of people. 😊
@elliotsober7042
@elliotsober7042 Ай бұрын
😂😂😂​@@churnetvalleyrunner3635
@VanceRefrigeration
@VanceRefrigeration Ай бұрын
It’s not your comedic style because you’re a dull person
@SenseofAwareness
@SenseofAwareness Ай бұрын
@@churnetvalleyrunner3635 I never heard Jimmy Carr in an interview before, and when he was at Joe Rogan I didn't even listen because as I wrote I never liked his comedy style. I started to listen and in the middle I realised how incredibly insightful he is. I was so positively surprised so I decided to comment. If you find this to be annoying, well, good for you! Enjoy it!
@dimitrabouzalas3090
@dimitrabouzalas3090 22 күн бұрын
As a retired teacher, I really felt our education system fails our people, especially males. There is hardly any emphasis on what makes a healthy human being. As a teacher, I just felt we were churning out sausages. Some would gain skills to be employed in the labour market, others would fail. There is so much more our education system could do to raise well adjusted individuals, and members of society.
@Niki-mp8qe
@Niki-mp8qe 22 күн бұрын
Yes I agree, I recently went back to working in a nursery school and it's the same there, kids can not be kids or learn naturally anymore, all need to be doing the same, not given room to be imaginative, it's all a bunch of box ticking and paperwork that takes precious time away, I saw the same in my sons education In primary school, homeschooled him in secondary and he thrived without the limitations and being told how to think
@TheDiaryOfACEO
@TheDiaryOfACEO 21 күн бұрын
Wow thanks for sharing your insight!!
@booshank2327
@booshank2327 21 күн бұрын
That stuff is supposed to be parents job, but hardly any of them bother these days.
@Draggonny
@Draggonny 18 күн бұрын
​@@booshank2327It's impossible to raise a well adjusted individual when you're not a well adjusted individual. Abuse, neglect and emotional issues run through families because it becomes learned behaviour. People only break the cycle when they are exposed to people who are emotionally intelligent and that's usually someone outside of the family unit.
@gnosisdespirit
@gnosisdespirit 18 күн бұрын
School = indoctrination camps
@arjun3sr
@arjun3sr 11 күн бұрын
This guy is super fucking intelligent
@heawin88
@heawin88 15 күн бұрын
Jimmy said that gratitude is the mother of all virtues. Addicts have been living by this and recovering for decades using gratitude.
@kingcosworth2643
@kingcosworth2643 9 күн бұрын
What s the is the focus of the gratitude?
@Cybertech134
@Cybertech134 8 күн бұрын
@@kingcosworth2643 Everything you already have.
@diane4488
@diane4488 7 күн бұрын
​@@kingcosworth2643 Everything. Grateful for: Being sober Having a shower Personal relationships A roof over your head Central heating A sunset A sunny day A cup of coffee with friends Good health Peace of mind Paying all your bills Having a phone An unexpected gift Friendship Eyesight Having a job The sunshine on the hills A walk in the woods Etc..........
@thomasfeatherstone8817
@thomasfeatherstone8817 5 күн бұрын
​@@kingcosworth2643 One man said if you look for bad things, you'll find it. If you look for good things, then you'll find it. Do not look through rose tinted glasses, your brain will know. Most people I know who find gratitude is by praying with intention every single day. I've found joy by making sure I feel good for completing tasks. For some reason this is the hardest thing I've ever tried to explain. I do think, "Yay I did a thing." You can be grateful for what you did yesterday, and what life has to offer you. Like that delicious bowl cereal, and being the moment.
@ichabodcrane9479
@ichabodcrane9479 4 күн бұрын
@@kingcosworth2643that you’re not suffering more than you actually are. Which is happening to someone somewhere.
@BobbyHoskins1016
@BobbyHoskins1016 Ай бұрын
" It's your quality of life, minus envy, that's how happy you are " ...wow that hit true
@banedon8087
@banedon8087 28 күн бұрын
Too simplistic by far.
@pootytang69
@pootytang69 27 күн бұрын
@@banedon8087 It is reductive but I'm not sure it's simplistic to the point of being incorrect - I feel it does pretty accurately sum up how happy someone generally feels. You can have very little, envy even less and feel generally pretty happy so long as your survival isn't in constant ambiguity. Vice versa you can have everything a person could want and still perceive the world as needing to give you more to be satisfied, and live eternally unhappy. Obviously most of what we envy is subconscious, but if we can work out why we're chasing what we're chasing, we might realise we're on a bunch of wild goose chases and everything we actually need is a lot simpler to attain.
@banedon8087
@banedon8087 27 күн бұрын
@@pootytang69 It does not take into account the despair of seeing what you love in society being destroyed in the name of "progress" and watching things go into clear decline.
@pootytang69
@pootytang69 27 күн бұрын
@@banedon8087 I believe that would be covered by envy - though he's using envy in the sense to mean you're wanting for something you feel denied of. Another applicable quote he used in regards to what you said is the Nietzsche one "If you think someone ruined your life, you're right, it was you." In your example it's the perspective that "things aren't as they ought to be" that is harming the individual.
@banedon8087
@banedon8087 27 күн бұрын
@@pootytang69 Still too simple. When I look around and see that others - many others - feel the same way as myself and we all started off independently, then it's not just a "me" thing. In addition, these things matter at the core of people. This isn't envy or jealousy, but watching what is happening with the newer generations and seeing them despair, seeing people taking advantage of that and radicalising them against themselves and society. And that's just that start of it. Sometimes the issue isn't the individual.
@mattjagger4360
@mattjagger4360 23 күн бұрын
I'm 43. I recently had an experience with my sons friends popping round. And they were absolutely jaw dropped. I spent the day fixing a car, mechanically then did a bodyshop worthy patch repair to a panel. Came in, and told them to quiet down I need to do some work on my dissertation. The confident one piped up and proclaimed how??? How can you do so much stuff! I replied. I grew up poor. But with a dad. I had to become self sufficient or...metaphorically die. And I guess the hardships I look upon as perceived trauma while growing up. Actually. Make me who I am and are to be celebrated. What a privilege. To not need bank loans. To never need a mechanic or a bodyshop. Never need a builder, a plumber or an electrician. To never need much more than myself. What a gift. Now...many will see this as a pointless comment. I'm sure. It's not about setting up a business having passive income and a ferrari. But. I think it's key to be thankful and celebrate who you are and what you can do. Not be depressed about what you can't. Jimmy touched on being thankful. And that's a rewarding mindset.
@ethanbenjamin4141
@ethanbenjamin4141 22 күн бұрын
Vv yum
@piersoncepeda4010
@piersoncepeda4010 22 күн бұрын
This comment isn’t pointless. Appreciate you sharing 🤙🏽
@malcolmferguson2771
@malcolmferguson2771 21 күн бұрын
The opposite of pointless friend
@biggerbitcoin5126
@biggerbitcoin5126 21 күн бұрын
Random thought 80's babies are the smartest generation ever.....we have experienced life before the internet and after the internet
@indyjones1135
@indyjones1135 21 күн бұрын
Nice, good post.
@peterpriadka8952
@peterpriadka8952 11 күн бұрын
SO MUCH WISDOM about life from comedian. I would never thought.
@bondeb8627
@bondeb8627 8 күн бұрын
That is the point in modern day comedy... It's the only place where truth is allowed
@eggizgud
@eggizgud 7 күн бұрын
Top comedians are the most intelligent people. Rowan Atkinson, Hugh Laurie, Stephen Fry...
@leftoids.are.cringe
@leftoids.are.cringe 6 күн бұрын
So much wisdom yet he supports policies that have enabled this epidemic. For all his supposed wisdom, he still supports mass immigration. He's a grifter.
@leegould5306
@leegould5306 3 күн бұрын
All great comedians are deep thinkers..
@renaboss01
@renaboss01 20 сағат бұрын
Sooo true… truly the king of one liners .. not only in a comedic way but also philosophical way ! “It is not the pursuit of happiness but The happiness of the Pursuit” “god is a proxy for the future” “what could you do today that you are happy for tomorrow”
@3tecs
@3tecs 5 күн бұрын
Gratitude reduces anxiety... It also brings peace and shows love...
@vital.elements
@vital.elements Ай бұрын
14:55 "They're jealous of what you've got, they're not jealous of how you got it." - J. Carr 💯🖤✨️
@barbaragunter4957
@barbaragunter4957 28 күн бұрын
🤯🤯🤯
@missrob4538
@missrob4538 27 күн бұрын
That's right I have never heard a more truthful statement
@lachlanbrown409
@lachlanbrown409 25 күн бұрын
They don't see all the sacrifices made on the way😢
@john.premose
@john.premose 22 күн бұрын
Yeah and he implied that Mao was one of the "worst people". I lost a lot of respect for him there, not that I had much respect for his pseudo-enlightened platitudes anyway and his quasi-posh bourgeous persona.
@hugostiglitz1109
@hugostiglitz1109 22 күн бұрын
@@john.premoseMao has done many many dirty deeds. He ordered all educated people to die or take laborious jobs and become farmers instead. Let alone burning all the books containing knowledge.
@MacksWolfMusic
@MacksWolfMusic Ай бұрын
I'm 20 minutes in and Jimmy has already dropped so much valuable wisdom. What a guy.
@DrYouMrTube
@DrYouMrTube Ай бұрын
Agreed, in awe of the wisdom, far surprising many other "experts"
@exsapian
@exsapian Ай бұрын
I needed this podcast perfect timing
@prod.lburns3648
@prod.lburns3648 Ай бұрын
honestly the outlook on life he has is amazing. I think the same way but couldn't articulate how I thought about life but Jimmy did a great job.
@cardjeh
@cardjeh 28 күн бұрын
I'm in the f***ing intro and he's already dropped some :D
@paul8972
@paul8972 27 күн бұрын
He's so wise remember when he believed the government about vaccine and belittled people with a different opinion
@ignisraendl3721
@ignisraendl3721 13 күн бұрын
i regularly rewatch Sean Lock clips and despite the loss we feel i am always conscious of how Sean's family and friends feel. seeing Jimmy break at the mention of Sean speaks volumes. a wise and thoughtful man is Jimmy Carr.
@kidaria1333
@kidaria1333 21 сағат бұрын
Sean, David and Jimmy had been a unique combination I have never seen in media histoory before. Truely witty and so very british.
@mattjadencarroll
@mattjadencarroll 15 күн бұрын
It says something that the standup comedian who tells the most meaningless jokes has the most meaningful philosophy.
@spill1t
@spill1t 5 күн бұрын
I'd like to know his IQ score. I have always thought that he is a low-key genius.
@whazzat8015
@whazzat8015 4 күн бұрын
@mat You nailed him. It is if his comedy stares into the void. You can be bad in a existential way . many try. very few connect.
@geoffstemen3652
@geoffstemen3652 4 күн бұрын
A society without shame is one without pride.
@Thewillpowereffect
@Thewillpowereffect 3 күн бұрын
Meaningless? What’s a meaningful joke? His jokes are brilliantly thought out. You’re telling a professional that spends 10hrs in writing jokes, his jokes are meaningless. Do better
@mattjadencarroll
@mattjadencarroll 3 күн бұрын
@@Thewillpowereffect Take it easy mate. A meaningless joke can still be a genius joke. I meant "meaningless" in the sense that he doesn't try to send a message or make commentary on society/existence.
@carolinapaez5730
@carolinapaez5730 24 күн бұрын
"You cannot have an easy life and a strong character at the same time." So true. It makes me feel so proud of everything I have gone through.
@speedrunner9907
@speedrunner9907 19 күн бұрын
I can think of an Austrian painter who developed a strong character from a hard life.
@007nadineL
@007nadineL 17 күн бұрын
I know that's not true
@partiellementecreme
@partiellementecreme 17 күн бұрын
@@007nadineL do you know anyone with a strong character who’s had an easy life?
@richardhessian4725
@richardhessian4725 16 күн бұрын
Totally agree with this statement. You'd think this wouldn't necessarily have to be true, but this is exactly what I observe in the real world (I'm 65). I've travelled the world and my favorite women are Filipinas. Know why? Because they have it rough compared to Western women. They are tough. Mentally and emotionally. They have character from their hardships that I never found in any American woman.
@LSSYLondon
@LSSYLondon 15 күн бұрын
I would much rather have an easy life. lol
@CasMullac
@CasMullac 24 күн бұрын
My Dad always worked, 3 jobs sometimes, because he had too. I didn’t see much of him as a kid. When I was older (late teens maybe) he mentioned how he feels he missed everything, just off the cuff no real emphasis on it, while we were chatting and cooking. I stopped him and said “Even as a kid I knew why you did it, that you had to, that the reason I had food and a roof was because of you. Thank you for what you did. You didn’t miss my childhood, you made it possible.” I think he let go of years of guilt and tension. I’m sure he wanted to stop and help raise me one on one, but he couldn’t. You aren’t a bad person because you cant.
@teomosu
@teomosu 22 күн бұрын
The fact you acknowledged that shows that it was worth his sacrifice. Well done you
@ezo2161
@ezo2161 22 күн бұрын
That's lovely, I bet your dad is proud of you
@CasMullac
@CasMullac 22 күн бұрын
@@teomosu The poor guy broke down. I think he’d been told by numerous people he had “neglected” us or not supported my mum raising us, I think even told by my mum. I know they had their differences but they are both great parents. But everyone always praises the mother as having the “hardest job in the world” while Dads often work work work, never get to spend time with their family then get demonised for “Not being around” I know which kind of life seems hardest to me. I couldn’t imagine hardly seeing my kids then spending the rest of my life wondering if anyone noticed what I had to do, cared, was grateful, wanted me around while also saying I never helped.
@VanMan83
@VanMan83 22 күн бұрын
You're a good son.
@Clevelandsteamer324
@Clevelandsteamer324 22 күн бұрын
@@CasMullacno fault divorce means you don’t get to see your kids all the time
@SmartyPantsQuizChannel-nt3lb
@SmartyPantsQuizChannel-nt3lb 15 күн бұрын
"The opposite of gratitude is resentment. If you think someone has ruined your life, you're right. It's you! Mike drop" -this piece of wisdom, I'll remember forever. Thank you!
@kidaria1333
@kidaria1333 21 сағат бұрын
This is nonesense when someone else truely ruined your life. Such quotes can be super toxic, unfair and simply unrealistic.
@XLBlackBoy
@XLBlackBoy 2 күн бұрын
American listener here, never even heard of this bredren. This video Auto played after my last one but I stayed watching and WOW… the amount of simple wisdom he dropped was astounding!!!! 10/10 Guest and Episode. Thank you! 🙏🏾
@Slabbys
@Slabbys 26 күн бұрын
'Confidence without competence is madness', what a quote.
@JoseRRodriguez
@JoseRRodriguez 23 күн бұрын
that confidence is the narcissistic self-delusion
@lowieduthoit2741
@lowieduthoit2741 23 күн бұрын
Dunning-Kruger effect...look for the graph.
@JustGotALife
@JustGotALife 23 күн бұрын
famous pickup artist said more than 10 years ago "Confidence comes from competence"
@Riserm4n
@Riserm4n 21 күн бұрын
DJ Khaled
@M.Linoge
@M.Linoge 21 күн бұрын
"..is politics"
@daenglishpatient
@daenglishpatient 20 күн бұрын
.... I'm 60 years old. I've had a great life. Met a lot of interesting people. I think ... this is the best interview I've seen in my life. Seriously. Watch it all. Share it.
@westleymanc
@westleymanc 15 күн бұрын
Mate, get a grip. "Best interview in your life ". Really?
@Potent_Techmology
@Potent_Techmology 14 күн бұрын
@@westleymanc "some people are easily impressed, or paid to be" -Abe Lincoln
@ghostsade3
@ghostsade3 12 күн бұрын
@@westleymanc Why is that hard to believe
@roxannelilymaria2581
@roxannelilymaria2581 11 күн бұрын
Why would you shame someone for his opinion. It's not hurting you, or anyone else. I really don't get it. Is it part of your masculinity to be publicly unsupportive of your fellow males? Ironic given some of the talking points Jimmy lands on here
@Potent_Techmology
@Potent_Techmology 11 күн бұрын
@@roxannelilymaria2581 did you just assume my gender?
@joeasher2876
@joeasher2876 16 күн бұрын
I'm about halfway through and I am hooked, the number of pithy but accurate life advice quotes is amazing... The only thing I think they have both ignored (at least so far) is that not everyone who tries will succeed, even if they dedicate their life to a particular goal, failure is not just a possibility but a likelihood. From the perspective of someone who put the work in and succeeded I can see where they are coming from but I also recognize that for every Jimmy Carr who decided to pick a path and try to become the best there are thousands of people who picked a path and still exclusively play to disinterested rooms for £50. Most people will fail by virtue of the numbers, and those people may well have been better off choosing a good life over chasing a great one.
@nicolasgirard2808
@nicolasgirard2808 7 күн бұрын
Survivorship bias, aka why it's important to get advice from both winners and losers to get a more accurate view of reality
@becomingself-actualized1380
@becomingself-actualized1380 15 күн бұрын
He’s a very thoughtful dude! I appreciate him more now after listening to him speak frankly.
@yorkie23D7
@yorkie23D7 18 күн бұрын
His comedy style isn't something I go for but listening to him talk here is completely eye opening. Wise, thoughtful, warm. Great interview.
@CyberCatPhoto
@CyberCatPhoto 9 күн бұрын
Exactly what I think as well.
@leftoids.are.cringe
@leftoids.are.cringe 6 күн бұрын
Bro supports policies that have literally enabled this epidemic. Don't be fooled by grifters like this. All celebrities are good at lying to your face and telling you what you want to hear. ALL OF THEM.
@elizabethmiles8953
@elizabethmiles8953 6 күн бұрын
I agree 100%, Jimmy's comedy doesn't really work for me. However he talks a lot of sense. I enjoyed this conversation very much.
@stephendownes6331
@stephendownes6331 22 күн бұрын
As a boy I wore calipers on my legs for 3 years, I did not learn to swim until I was 9 about 5 years late for an Australian boy. Every day I get to stand on my own 2 feet and walk or run I say thank you. Gratitude is the most underrated mental posture a person can have but only if you don't confuse gratitude with being complacent about what you should change.
@katee8147
@katee8147 21 күн бұрын
Yup - lovely share - glad for your insight.
@NotFalling4it
@NotFalling4it 14 күн бұрын
My cousin wore calipers, quite cumbersome looking things. Do you mind if I ask why you wore them? My daughter has castings put on her leg, it’s to stretch the Achilles’ tendon shortened as a result of a tethered spinal cord - I’m wondering if casting is the modern form of calipers.
@reiniergamboa
@reiniergamboa 10 күн бұрын
thank you
@Ludifant
@Ludifant 10 күн бұрын
Happiness isn't found in sacrificing the present for the future; that's a key to sustainability, not happiness itself. True happiness comes from accepting the present as it is, detached from external conditions. Being content with anything, serene and unaffected by desires or regrets. Yet, it's crucial to remain engaged in the world, embracing both the lightness and seriousness of existence. It's a delicate balance between recognizing life's absurdity and treating it with earnestness, all while being gentle toward oneself and others.
@jackgoldman1
@jackgoldman1 13 күн бұрын
Cancer. When I was 42 I just wanted to survive go home and die cancer. Doctors did not believe I would survive. 90% death rate. Age 72 now. Got my wish. Watched both my children graduate from college. Secret of life is in the breath. People die every day and we live our lives as if we are immortal. Life is essentially a waste except for me doing what I want to do. My uncle told me life is a waste, enjoy it. We all die. How many really live? Thankfulness is a great attribute to enjoy life.
@cland1232
@cland1232 2 сағат бұрын
I’m happy because I’m grateful, I choose to be grateful. It is because I’m grateful I’m happy. Someone else wrote it but it is how I choose to live.
@user-dd6nv6jv1v
@user-dd6nv6jv1v Ай бұрын
Steven, yes we want three hours of jimmy Carr talking about life. We demand it! Brilliant stuff
@DrYouMrTube
@DrYouMrTube Ай бұрын
Very re-watchable, unlike many other guests...
@lesleyjohnson8488
@lesleyjohnson8488 28 күн бұрын
Yes! ❤
@yellowmellow7814
@yellowmellow7814 27 күн бұрын
After hearing other intelligent people speaking then hearing this BS, it definitely wasn’t what I expected
@Astr0Dad
@Astr0Dad 26 күн бұрын
Jimmy is a great guy. To be honest I dont really enjoy his stand up performances, but I love listening him talk on podcasts
@BlowsTube
@BlowsTube 22 күн бұрын
@@yellowmellow7814So help us out here. What was BS?
@worthingdecorating8506
@worthingdecorating8506 Ай бұрын
Sean lock was one of the best comedians to have ever lived.
@VanceRefrigeration
@VanceRefrigeration Ай бұрын
What’s a comidian?
@coal_91
@coal_91 Ай бұрын
@@VanceRefrigeration don't be an asshole
@biadhoce
@biadhoce Ай бұрын
@@VanceRefrigeration What's a comEEEEEdiiiion
@sirianofmorley
@sirianofmorley Ай бұрын
I always imagine Sean playing with his imaginary old timey moustache
@worthingdecorating8506
@worthingdecorating8506 Ай бұрын
@@biadhoce arrr sorry I'm dyslexic - & that's why I paint.
@warrenpowell7823
@warrenpowell7823 17 күн бұрын
I wanna see the Jimmy Carr podcast! That was absolutely brilliant! He interviewed Steven
@malcontent223
@malcontent223 12 күн бұрын
KZbin algorithms brought me to this by playing it after something else. I was not expecting to find Jimmy Carr to be wise & so philosophical. I have already recommended this to others as I genuinely think what he says is truly valuable. Brilliant stuff.
@thewebgp
@thewebgp Ай бұрын
Ok, I had to stop the podcast numerous times just to let the way Jimmy’s brain work sink in. The guy is just genius. Feeling grateful to both the CEO and Netflix for giving this man a podium.
@thatblondeart
@thatblondeart 27 күн бұрын
OMG I did exactly the same thing. I rewound it, listened again, paused it.. and let it marinade. "Your quality of life minus envy - thats how happy you are" really made me stop and smile.
@ess1163
@ess1163 27 күн бұрын
Me too had to go back a few time. Brilliant.
@dh1474
@dh1474 26 күн бұрын
Agree, I was doing the same. Definitely an interview I'll revisit a few times.
@Epoch-vu8cj
@Epoch-vu8cj 24 күн бұрын
Isn't this the guy that was mocking those who refused the jab(s). He lost all credibility in that moment.
@merovekh
@merovekh 23 күн бұрын
@@Epoch-vu8cj Only lost credibility to people whose credibility no one needs or values. Nothing of value was lost.
@DrSamsHealth
@DrSamsHealth 21 күн бұрын
What a lovely soul he is! As a psychiatrist I was very glad to hear that Jimmy acknowledges that depression is a real disease and his thoughts on grief and personal development. Beautiful interview!
@kjmav10135
@kjmav10135 17 күн бұрын
Depression is a real syndrome. We need to take it seriously, absolutely. Is it a “disease,” as defined by the medical community? No. It’s some combination of symptoms observed in patients over a period of weeks by psychiatrists. In one person, the cause may be a thyroid issue. In another person, maybe it’s a lifetime of loneliness. For another, they need to overcome a lifetime sense of powerlessness. For another, they may well need lithium to function. There is a reason why meds don’t work 60% of the time. Depression is not one “disease” any more than abdominal pain is a “disease.” We’ve barely scratched the surface of helping people overcome their misery.
@dfr3035
@dfr3035 11 күн бұрын
Shame he’s a tax-dodger. Can talk about mental health issues all day long, but he intentionally siphons his cash away from the public services that rely on them.
@arlrb76
@arlrb76 11 күн бұрын
He's a pharma shill too
@TonguePunchMyFartBox.
@TonguePunchMyFartBox. 6 күн бұрын
​@@dfr3035Well said
@xxvv4503
@xxvv4503 4 күн бұрын
@@dfr3035oh piss off every self employed person on the planet does the exact same thing 😂🤣
@darrenbell8597
@darrenbell8597 14 күн бұрын
this is the first one ive properly watched, and i been mental health therapist for 10 years and ive loved watching this. jimmy was right keep doing this, this is what is very interesting and relatable. the internet needs this kind of content. well done and keep it up. really good
@Z-Twinturbo
@Z-Twinturbo 16 күн бұрын
The topics of this episode might have been quite broad but, that was one of the most inspiring ones I've watched. What a guy Jimmy is. It definitely does make you reflect back on your philosphy of life. Thank you!
@AndyDavoBloodBowl
@AndyDavoBloodBowl 29 күн бұрын
I'm a first time listener and generally i "listen" to you tube while working. At 52 minutes in I caught myself fully looking at the screen and looked back at my work monitor and noticed that it had gone black - after 30 minutes+ inactivity. This is really engaging and I think I might have found something to listen to - and look forward to - on long drives. Bravo.
@triggerking135
@triggerking135 25 күн бұрын
Mate, if you feel compelled to watch the screen, maybe this shouldn't be your commuting companion?!?
@basternox5990
@basternox5990 25 күн бұрын
I agree. Jimmy is a terrible co-pilot.​@@triggerking135
@TuscanBrick
@TuscanBrick 24 күн бұрын
Plottwist: You're an air traffic controller
@basternox5990
@basternox5990 24 күн бұрын
@@TuscanBrick german wings tend to take you to the dark side.
@007nadineL
@007nadineL 17 күн бұрын
As long as you don't stare at the KZbin screen while yr driving Yikes
@robertthifault4080
@robertthifault4080 Ай бұрын
"Great you have a hobby." ~Jimmy Carr Still! king of one liners.
@daritter
@daritter Ай бұрын
If only more people could hear this, the world would be a better place.
@shanghaiffgg
@shanghaiffgg 29 күн бұрын
Out was great how he snapped him back to the real world like that. It was an arrogant, entitled dream and he immediately stamped it out. Bravo
@adammm3259
@adammm3259 19 күн бұрын
"Put your hand up if your unpricked, now slap your self across the face", I lost respect for him when he started pushing the cool aid.
@greenwendal5056
@greenwendal5056 17 күн бұрын
@@adammm3259 He always came across as a pretentious posh boy to me. I bet he has a cellar full of his vintage bottled farts for when he hosts his candle light suppers.
@arlrb76
@arlrb76 11 күн бұрын
Pharma shill
@RobJaeger
@RobJaeger 4 күн бұрын
"The weight doesn't get lighter, your back gets stronger." is the quote every young man needs to hear right now!
@Sparks_Alive
@Sparks_Alive 15 күн бұрын
What an insightful and intelligent man. Thank you for this interview. I’ve never seen this side of Jimmy. And I must say he has depth and excellent perception. Enjoyed him talking about very important issues. Explained so well.🇨🇦
@kristinl8894
@kristinl8894 Ай бұрын
“Learn to lose gracefully” - so powerful!!
@MrMick560
@MrMick560 24 күн бұрын
So hard to do though.
@wastelander1015
@wastelander1015 23 күн бұрын
Its hard when its unfair. When manipulation is involved and you cant do shit except accept that the bad guys won. How do you do it gracefully? Well you dont.
@KwisBwown
@KwisBwown 22 күн бұрын
this man is a loser - he pushed the vax. nothing powerful about this sellout.
@scottball2796
@scottball2796 13 күн бұрын
​@@wastelander1015its much easier when you learn the bad guys will always win because they dont have to worry about anyone else but themselves. The good guys cant get stuff done because theyre too busy helping others. You can lose gracefully knowing you never had a chance to win because you had a soul/conscience
@kenfryer2090
@kenfryer2090 19 сағат бұрын
Got to remember it's just possible he didn't know what he is talking about. He's just a comedian trying to sound profound ​@@wastelander1015
@Mateusz143
@Mateusz143 Ай бұрын
"Life dysmorphia" goddamn that's such a great way of framing this issue!
@lilme7052
@lilme7052 Ай бұрын
Totally! Really makes me grateful.
@vidarfreyr
@vidarfreyr 15 күн бұрын
This interview was really something special. I've been going through some tough times lately, and this really lifted my spirit. It was very insightful and got me thinking about priorities in life. I thank you ❤
@rukeshrambally5312
@rukeshrambally5312 11 күн бұрын
I am currently halfway through the podcast and I am finding this episode to be amazing. Thank you for providing such a great podcast.
@airlieconway3464
@airlieconway3464 Ай бұрын
This conversation is f**king amazing. Wow!
@LabelsAreMeaningless
@LabelsAreMeaningless Ай бұрын
This is truly one of the best interviews I've seen on this program.
@cyrax9932
@cyrax9932 10 күн бұрын
I've watched a few of your recent interviews, but Jimmy Carr is far more genuine than I expected.
@georgiadickinson7355
@georgiadickinson7355 15 күн бұрын
I sporadically listen to the show, I love it! But I listen to so many things on the go at once. I couldn’t believe how insightful this conversation with Jimmy Carr was, I’m going to go back and listen to his other episode. I’ve listened to most of your BIG BIG guest episodes and this conversation is probably my favourite. Seriously thought provoking!
@BuDDa100
@BuDDa100 Ай бұрын
I watched a few interviews on this channel with amazing people but this one is by far the best, Jimmy shared some amazing wisdom without sounding pretentious and condescending.
@RealSalica
@RealSalica Ай бұрын
I met him in the Amsterdam's aiport , we were on the same flight to London , and he talked to me for 20 minutes while we were waiting , and he was so nice . And his humour was really dark at the time , it was amazing to meet the person behind the mask . Oh and he was really surprised that I knew about him because I am Canadian , and I told him people were uploading his shows on You Tube :)
@EmergingForward
@EmergingForward Ай бұрын
oh wow that's really cool. How fun to meet him
@EstherLilyW
@EstherLilyW 4 күн бұрын
That's cool, thanks for sharing your encounter...
@johnshields3658
@johnshields3658 20 сағат бұрын
Two intelligent adults having a sensible conversation from which wisdom emerges - how good is this?!
@lukejonte8379
@lukejonte8379 11 күн бұрын
This was unbelievably good stuff, and I'll watch Jimmy's stand up with new eyes from now on. Solid work, guys.
@freakerbell
@freakerbell Ай бұрын
‘At no time in human history have the good guys censored stuff’💥 SO MANY pearls of insight Jimmy! Thanks! Standup comedy is a vital index of how ‘humanity’, culture and society is tracking.
@paul8972
@paul8972 27 күн бұрын
Like the vaccine he pushed and the government censored any critical opinions. What a fraud
@odinsrensen7460
@odinsrensen7460 25 күн бұрын
When the truth gets buried under a spam-flood of bullshit, then I think a good case can be made to find and stop the parties responsible.
@paul8972
@paul8972 25 күн бұрын
Y t censored my comment
@paul8972
@paul8972 25 күн бұрын
Jimmy supports government censorship
@emmavink
@emmavink 24 күн бұрын
The presumption there is that people who don't censor things are inherently good. It isn't true. In a world where regardless of who was or wasn't censoring things, the worst atrocities were still able to happen, holding up the past as some ideal is not only dangerous, but extraordinarily disingenuous. If someone's comedy relies on hurting those who are already measurably marginalised in society, then it isn't comedy worth hearing. It isn't original. It isn't revolutionary or brave or unique or special. It's just ugly, petty and negative. Allowing hatespeech to have free reign has also never been a feature of a good or just society. It's really fking easy for people with privilege to make the arguments that men like Carr, Gervais, and even Chappelle are making.
@db4552
@db4552 25 күн бұрын
It's crazy how the best comedians are often the ones who are the most serious and insightful.
@AJBrownie
@AJBrownie 24 күн бұрын
Deep thinkers to find the funny side of reality
@KwisBwown
@KwisBwown 22 күн бұрын
this phony pushed the vax LMAO - be careful who you consider to be intelligent my friend
@malcolmferguson2771
@malcolmferguson2771 22 күн бұрын
And great actors
@hairlessape5107
@hairlessape5107 22 күн бұрын
I would expect the very best at anything to be serious and insightful.
@KwisBwown
@KwisBwown 22 күн бұрын
Remember when he outcasted the unvaxxed 🤣🤔🧐
@TessaParris
@TessaParris 14 күн бұрын
Wow!!! For me, how enlightening/ educational on so many levels. Thank you both.
@harrypadam6631
@harrypadam6631 15 күн бұрын
One of the best podcasts i have ever listened to. Who would have known Jimmy Car was this deep. Jimmy, thank you for sharing some real truths. I can completely relate to a lot of what you have said. I needed to hear this. To know I’m not the only one who thinks or feels these things. Made such a huge difference to my week, where things were not quite going my way.
@9ElevenGamer
@9ElevenGamer Ай бұрын
I've been Subscribed a while and I appreciate the fact you don't shove Adverts in my face every 5 minutes. Thanks.
@suewallis100
@suewallis100 Ай бұрын
Is that the 3.99 join?
@9ElevenGamer
@9ElevenGamer 28 күн бұрын
@@suewallis100 What do you mean?
@007nadineL
@007nadineL 17 күн бұрын
KZbin throttles artists monitize non stop and you complain about them hustling to make a dollar? Shame on you. see you next tuesday
@westleymanc
@westleymanc 15 күн бұрын
​@@007nadineLBit harsh
@ziggy31337
@ziggy31337 17 күн бұрын
One of the best podcast episodes I've seen in years. Jimmy Carr is amazing.
@CheriOnTop-nz9cs
@CheriOnTop-nz9cs 5 күн бұрын
I'm 12mins in and it's already one of the best conversations I've ever heard! 10/10
@Victoria-gl2jd
@Victoria-gl2jd 14 күн бұрын
Omg ! I’ve never heard Jimmy Carr talk “off stage” … how incredible is he!!! So wise! Love the part about imposter syndrome … 💕💕
@VarrWillis
@VarrWillis 27 күн бұрын
Jimmy Carr doling out some of the most heart felt wisdom was not on my 2024 bingo card.
@MrGrublet
@MrGrublet 17 күн бұрын
I work as a Nurse and specifically a hospice nurse for quite a while. Gave me a whole new perspective on life. Makes you want to go home and give your mom and best friend a call. Its easy to be driven by stuff, but sometimes we lose sight of all the important people we have.
@emmabuckley-wales
@emmabuckley-wales 23 сағат бұрын
Please set up a monthly slot with this man. I cannot express how valuable listening to this conversation was.
@luanslabbert5316
@luanslabbert5316 8 күн бұрын
Simply lost for words.. pulled me out of a spiral and away from the edge.. Thank you Jimmy and thank you Steven for this platform and amazing content
@missymel89
@missymel89 Ай бұрын
Wow Jimmy Carr’s messages are tearing me up! He’s dropping so many gems 💎 what an inspirational person ❤
@kunivanu22
@kunivanu22 Ай бұрын
Totally this! The saying with the "14 year old kids used to babysit, now they need babysitters" is one of them.
@KwisBwown
@KwisBwown 22 күн бұрын
what about the message of him pushing the vax? was that a gem? he sold his soul - he ll be banished to another realm
@99tisard
@99tisard Ай бұрын
This made me well up. I remember when I was working at a customer's house and my father called me to let me know that my brother had been killed in a traffic accident while he was driving his lorry the night before. And all I can remember is starting to laugh and cry at the same time. My poor customer's didn't know what to do. Ah fook!!!.....I'm crying again just thinking about it and this was 15 years ago. 😪
@KLTer-jo9jy
@KLTer-jo9jy Ай бұрын
Yeah, there is no right reaction. When my sister was killed, I went out and had a one night stand and then partied all summer. It took months before I could process it in a direct way. Everyone reacts differently.
@lindamacgregor8039
@lindamacgregor8039 Ай бұрын
I'm so sorry. Grief has no script.
@williammorris1384
@williammorris1384 Ай бұрын
Neither does time . I’m sorry to hear this . Sending you best wishes 👍
@99tisard
@99tisard Ай бұрын
@@lindamacgregor8039 thank you.
@99tisard
@99tisard Ай бұрын
@williammorris1384 thank you.
@arhitecturalia1982
@arhitecturalia1982 Күн бұрын
This is one of your ABSOLUTE BEST episode EVER! So much wisdom, spot on advice, value mindset, surgical responses, detailed and in depth answers... everything. I'm in AWWW! Didn't know this side of Jimmy. Nothing but respect !
@felipeblanco8122
@felipeblanco8122 12 күн бұрын
It was a continuous wanting to re-hit the like button, only to see that i had already pressed it previously. Great interview, gave me chills and made me reflect so many times. Thank you very much, you earned the subscription you asked for at the beginning. Keep it up!!!
@Quinid1
@Quinid1 27 күн бұрын
I want to say I thank you for interviewing people like this. If it wasn't for you I would have never discovered that Jimmy Carr is a mentor that I never knew I needed.
@AK-47-yall
@AK-47-yall Ай бұрын
I am only 15 minutes in and i am loving this. I have never seen this side of jimmy carr. He is brilliant and this conversation is so organic. Thank you for this.
@SimonHuggins
@SimonHuggins 15 күн бұрын
Nice touch, the ending part of Jimmy writing a question for the next guest. I love the small incremental details that change. The production just keeps getting better and better. Such a labour of love.
@TheDiaryOfACEO
@TheDiaryOfACEO 12 күн бұрын
So glad you appreciate the episode and the small details! 🙏
@helenblake6867
@helenblake6867 Ай бұрын
The way Jimmy explains anxiety in this episode has just blown my mind with clarity on my own anxiety. I’ve written it down - thank you Jimmy 🙏🏻
@mariablach4100
@mariablach4100 29 күн бұрын
Do you want to share the timestamp? ❤
@Palo-jm7xc
@Palo-jm7xc 29 күн бұрын
@@mariablach4100 Its at 1:07:45
@joeharrison6197
@joeharrison6197 28 күн бұрын
@@mariablach4100 1:07:44
@pootytang69
@pootytang69 27 күн бұрын
timestamp request x2
@Palo-jm7xc
@Palo-jm7xc 27 күн бұрын
@@pootytang69 107.45
@chrisbarraza7700
@chrisbarraza7700 25 күн бұрын
Jealous of what you've got, not how you got it - this is the most correct thing I have ever heard.
@007nadineL
@007nadineL 17 күн бұрын
So is: the sun is yellow Do stating obvious things = great insight ????
@danielc6106
@danielc6106 16 күн бұрын
​@@007nadineL I think you missed the point.
@chrisbarraza7700
@chrisbarraza7700 16 күн бұрын
@@007nadineL The sun isnt yellow, its more orange to me, good work on your 'fact'.
@betagroobox
@betagroobox 3 күн бұрын
I have a problem with this podcast. I listen to this while I walk and each guest has so many good things to say that sparkle immediate meaning and inner questions and wisdom. And anytime I say "I have to write this down when I get home, and this one and also this one and..." long story short I need to listen to each episode at least twice or even more to grab all invaluable insights, so the problem is me, I am lazy, and Jimmy is a immense source of wisdom 😅
@skinnyjimmy22
@skinnyjimmy22 16 күн бұрын
wow ive never heard jimmy talk to seriously and honestly how humbling and honest is the guy in this video. I truly think he has so much more to give people then just comedy he is really a great spokesperson and he really has dealt with a lot, what a legend and great comedian. Keep doing what you do Jimmy.
@jeppekarlsson9550
@jeppekarlsson9550 28 күн бұрын
Jimmy is so insightful and I love how Steven gives him so much space to elaborate his points!
@JustinT1025
@JustinT1025 18 күн бұрын
This is one of the best interviews I've ever seen. Jimmy is always brilliant but the interviewer( I don't recall the name right now,I apologize)is perfect. He's not talking over the guest,he's asking just enough questions and giving the answer time to breathe and keeping things going. Absolutely fantastic. I agree with so many things here. I'm a construction worker,46 from the states and last year decided to say fuck it and move to Europe. Not a great time to do it with the state of the world but I did it anyways. It's been difficult to say the least but I'm still grateful that I've done it. I've learned a lot about the world and myself and I've learned real gratitude for people. Most people don't speak English where I am so it's been a tough journey but even with the language barrier,everyone has been amazing to me. I didn't expect that at all. I never thought I'd be here but I'm glad I am. Just like this interview. Never thought I'd hear it but I'm glad I did and that's how life is. It's tough,it's easy,it's in-between and that's the beauty of everyday... I'll be subscribing for sure
@jamesmiller113
@jamesmiller113 5 күн бұрын
Amen to that dude
@MrMillipeed
@MrMillipeed 8 күн бұрын
Wow! I've been a big fan of Jimmy's for years and it is so good to see and hear the man beyond the comedian. Thank you both so much and thank you Jimmy for sharing so generously.
@justjim3168
@justjim3168 3 күн бұрын
Some of us are perfectly happy to be on our own. It's blissfully peaceful and the benefits cannot be overstated.
@princeamongmen7064
@princeamongmen7064 19 күн бұрын
My friend had a bad accident, 26 years old,can’t use 3 limbs ever again. I will never bitch about having to get up for work ever again, everything is perspective if you walk around a high dependency ward, somehow any depression you may be suffering from melts away and seems like trivia that really isn’t that bad anymore for a lot of cases I think….
@gregorypaterno8911
@gregorypaterno8911 19 күн бұрын
Here's your revised post: Mr. Bartlett, thank you for having Jimmy Carr on your podcast. I could replay his dialogue countless times without getting tired-he's so genuine, humble, and relatable. His insights really help me understand myself and navigate my inner struggles. Kudos to both of you, I'm truly grateful.✨
@yehudahlioness8544
@yehudahlioness8544 16 күн бұрын
Just saw this in my feed, and was taken aback, as my own father's name was Jimmy Carr, and I have never seen another with it. 😊 Have a great day y'all.
@JuliaFry-di5hi
@JuliaFry-di5hi 14 күн бұрын
This has to be one of the best interviews from this series. Jimmy Carr what an inspiration you are…I feel I have just had a therapy session on life ..loved it you spoke so much sense and truth
@ClaireWedgeworth
@ClaireWedgeworth Ай бұрын
*I love Jimmy, I also love that he’s become a reoccurring guest😂💕*
@moisturisedgnome1181
@moisturisedgnome1181 Ай бұрын
Recurring. I agree.
@Ineluki_Myonrashi
@Ineluki_Myonrashi 27 күн бұрын
@@moisturisedgnome1181 He's not wrong you insufferable jacka$$ Reoccurring and recurring can both be used as a verb and an adjective. In general, they can both mean “occurring again” or “happening again.” However, there is a difference in how they are typically used. Reoccurring is typically used to simply mean that something is happening again. He is becoming something that happens again.......after a few more times he will be recurring!
@helenhelen3940
@helenhelen3940 Ай бұрын
After watching the first interview with Jimmy Carr I was so inspired, I even checked his show tour and wanted to buy tickets to his show in Edinburgh in 2023.... I didn't in the end. Now, it's the second part, maybe the Universe is giving me a second chance, haha❤
@jimbopaloobab8381
@jimbopaloobab8381 14 күн бұрын
What a lovely interview.. 2hrs but really enjoyed it start to finish.. thanks..
@alwolfy1782
@alwolfy1782 6 күн бұрын
This is one of the best interviews I've ever had the pleasure of hearing. There is so much amazing content and wisdom I definitely need to revisit this in the future. Thank you for this video.
@catalyticcentaur5835
@catalyticcentaur5835 24 күн бұрын
"Thankfulness is the Mother of all Virtues." What a great information message!
@Violet_Lotus_
@Violet_Lotus_ Ай бұрын
"Having stuff isn't fun... Getting stuff is fun." I can so relate to this.
@hamishsomnthin8271
@hamishsomnthin8271 28 күн бұрын
Yes it’s a succinct way to describe how dopamine works
@AngelEyes-xm7el
@AngelEyes-xm7el 24 күн бұрын
I took care of my stuff because I never knew when I would get it again. The family has disappeared.
@007nadineL
@007nadineL 17 күн бұрын
Can you give me a specific example. What stuff is not fun ?
@InteractiveIdea
@InteractiveIdea 8 күн бұрын
That's just simply not true. I have a motorcycle that I enjoy riding. I have fun on it. I also have a house. I like having a house as much as getting it. That line is only true for rich people who can have anything and only get excited when they first get it.
@InteractiveIdea
@InteractiveIdea 8 күн бұрын
​@007nadineL exactly... if you think about it, that line makes no sense.
@rebeccajordan3732
@rebeccajordan3732 7 күн бұрын
Great interview! I think this is my favorite one, being a performer. I can really relate. Thank you for this interview, Jimmy and Steven!❤
@thesocialmediascientistmbe
@thesocialmediascientistmbe 15 күн бұрын
"The load doesn't get lighter, your back grows stronger". As with many at the top of their game, Jimmy is a very insightful, intelligent soul.
@MrSaemichlaus
@MrSaemichlaus 19 күн бұрын
One great thing about this channel is that Stephen continues to try and figure himself out, and he kind of measures and qualifies his guests by looking how applicable and tangible their stories are by measuring them on himself. It's something that Nathaniel Drew focuses on on his channel, it's a very authentic thing to do, and people easily feel engaged with it.
@bobby-ql9yq
@bobby-ql9yq 20 күн бұрын
Relationships with others make us happy and we don't have that anymore.
@NotFalling4it
@NotFalling4it 14 күн бұрын
Absolutely!
@ibrahimalharbi3358
@ibrahimalharbi3358 9 күн бұрын
I think animal living together! So what happened to your environment and people? Don't loose your hope....
@georgejansen1772
@georgejansen1772 15 күн бұрын
Who knew? Very insightful and helpful interview. Thanks you two.
@geegstar
@geegstar 9 күн бұрын
This is one of the most amazing discussion I have ever been fortunate enough to catch! I am going to send it to a young man whom I believe is hungry for sort of direction. Thank you, BOTH of you!!
@Christie_MYTURN2324
@Christie_MYTURN2324 9 күн бұрын
I absolutely am grateful for seeing this. I will be sharing this. I am grateful for having had the opportunity to hear this. 💯👏👏
@justinepoyntz1474
@justinepoyntz1474 17 күн бұрын
Im so grateful for what you say: life dysmorphia - Brillant!
@nerazim1893
@nerazim1893 19 күн бұрын
I got the *exact* lesson in gratitude Jimmy mentioned whilst depressed and broke. I realised there are people that would give up billions of dollars to trade places with me in a heartbeat. Really puts into perspective how much power and beauty we have, and how little money really means in the grand scheme of things. I'm still overwhelmed by material concerns and struggle to keep that gratitude in my heart day to day, it's great to be reminded of this by Jimmy.
@Bai_Su_Zhen
@Bai_Su_Zhen 16 күн бұрын
Life sucks but someone else has it worse. Well thank God lol
@hasan_z
@hasan_z 11 күн бұрын
There should be some kind of swap your life thing, I'd want to try the billionaire thing for a bit
@MadWorldEarth
@MadWorldEarth 9 күн бұрын
Whicb billionaires do you think would take up your offer❓️
@esmiramamedova3897
@esmiramamedova3897 13 күн бұрын
Thank you Steven and Jimmy for this incredibly insightful, genuine, and fun conversation! I enjoyed every minute of this conversation:)
@christinaw9612
@christinaw9612 15 күн бұрын
I love how insightful and cathartic your podcast guests are. It's like a dopamine spike, interest, intrigue and well spoken guests makes for binge listening! Jimmy Carr's stories and wisdom have really expanded my previous perspective, struggle bussing is one of the universal human experiences.
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