Mark Manson – The Subtle Art of Not Giving A F*ck

00:00 Trailer.

02:28 Brian’s thoughts on the episode.

03:28 Brian’s introduction.

04:01 Visiting London on a world tour.

04:31 Life changes since writing The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck.

09:50 Mark’s view on why the book is so popular.

15:09 Buddhism and Texan upbringing influence on his work.

21:55 Create better problems.

30:48 Two hundred years ago we were living in a world of scarcity now we live in a world of abundance

37:33 Social isolation and loneliness is the root cause of what we are experiencing now.

39:48 Be careful what you hope for.

44:50 Long form interviews give people an opportunity to feel human connection.

47:04 Discerning what are your real values in life.

59:07 Emotions are over-rated, we put too much emphasis on them.

1:00:07 To become the person they want to become people have to overcome their fear.

1:06:21 Why death ends The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck and starts second book Everything is F*cked.

1:13:10 The most highlighted observation in his book.

1:17:21 The two brains which don’t understand or speak to each other.

1:22:26 Changing values produces a mourning period, being scared to become someone with new values.

1:28:57 Our identities are an aggregation of our emotions and experiences over time.

1:34:54 Newton’s three laws of emotion.

1:39:49 What Mark hopes people will take from reading Everything is F*cked.

1:40:55 Peoples feelings are now constantly being manipulated through the economy and technology.

1:44:05 What it was like to publish the second book after the huge success of the first.

1:49:14 Mark’s writing process and how to start writing.

1:55:15 Mark’s daily habit.

1:56:56 What is his superpower.

1:57:53 What does he say to those who complain about the vulgarity in his books.

2:02:59 Best and worst days of his life

2:08:41 What scares Mark.

2:22:12 What we would be surprised to learn about Mark Manson.

2:12:53 What keeps him awake at night.

2:14:03 The message of his latest book.

2:14:35 Advice to the 20 years old Mark.

2:17:43 Success secrets.

2:18:15 Brian’s summing up.

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Garrie Lee
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Garrie Lee

30 years iv suffed from mental health drug addiction , alcoholic self medicating for 20 years ever day couple bottles of vodka heroin addiction .iv been clean and sober since 2007 .still struggle with .mental health .I find people very frightening . Had a lot abuse when young .tack me 30 years begging for help . But there is no good help aut there . I’m 45 iv not had a life there should be much more .help aut there . More understanding , more compassion. The stigma has got to stop . I wish I couldn’t give a fuck… Read more »

mail540
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mail540

heeeey, great awesome london real team! is there any possibility to watch your episodes in low-res? YouTube works… with slow connection, but would love to watch it here. <3

tubaht673
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tubaht673

Yes! Long Form Rocks. You can feel the connection. Thank you Brian!!!!!!!!!!

Jan
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Jan

My favorite interview on LondonReal, and am so happy it’s shared in its entirety even for non-subscribers. Mark is an amazing human being, both books are worth the bucks. Thanks, Brian.

thakkar.harmesh
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thakkar.harmesh

Great interview Brian, the take away you mentioned was really my take away too from this interview.
Amazing content and loving it each day. Every interview makes me ask questions to myself about how would I want to lead my life and actions to be taken. Thank you Brian. Big fan of your work. Lots of love from India.

Florian
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Florian

What exactly do you mean with Marks first book “the subtle art of not giving a fuck”. “models” was way before that. and i think “the nerds guide to confidence”(or similar), too i think.

Hugo Anzola
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Andrew Hutchinson
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Are we really going to pretend that John C. Parkins “Fuck it” was never written (many years earlier). I’m sure subtle art is a good read but groundbreaking my arse!

Andrew Hutchinson
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Are we really going to pretend that Joh C. Parkins “Fuck it” was never written (many years earlier). I’m sure subtle art is a good read but groundbreaking my arse!

Sasa
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Sasa

Great talk with Mark Manson. I’ve been waiting for this interview for more than 2 years. Mark is a fantastic writer who really has his finger on the pulse of our times.

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tydogg801627

An awesome interview. I agree that loneliness is a huge problem. But that doesn’t mean I’m crazy. People act irrationally when their Constitutional and Civil Liberties are taken away. I know there’s a shooting here and there but all things considered I’d say less than 1% probably a thousandth of 1%. You start trying to take peoples weapons away and there will be a huge problem. What if someone who’s lonely goes to the shooting range every day or hunting to let off steam? You’re from Texas for god sake man. Have some balls. Your book is called, The Art… Read more »

Herme
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Herme

Beautiful, thank you.

Monique Vee
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Those are important tweets. People s lives are affected by it, and by any decisions that they made, or not made. He expected to alienate people. But instead, Newton was not a nice , happy man. A very useful episode. He shares his own misery, that is why he is so successful. Thk Brian.

Ernest Buckley
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Enjoyed Marks interview. He seems like a pretty authentic guy. Purchasing his books now.

Monique Vee
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Those are important tweets. People s lives are affected by it, and by any decisions that they made, or not made. He expected to alienate people. But instead, Newton was not a nice , happy man. A very useful episode. Thk Brian.

Monique Vee
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Those are important tweets. People s lives are affected by it, and by any decisions that they made, or not made. He expected to alienate people. But instead, Newton was not a nice , happy man.

Yasser
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Yasser

lol i watch a lot of episodes.. i never saw that there is a comment section … thank you brian great job .. i like your interviews more than others in term how you engage in the details of the subject rather than just talking about the guest life .. (y) we want .interview with Mel robbins and another with robert greene about his lastest book law of human nature ..
much love from Morocco

Monique Vee
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Those are important tweets. People s lives are affected by it, and by any decisions that they made, or not made. He expected to alienate people. But instead,

Monique Vee
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Those are important tweets. People s lives are affected by it, and by any decisions that they made, or not made.

Monique Vee
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Those are important tweets. People s lives are affected by it.