Political correctness, cancel culture, and “wokeness” is destroying our ability to have important discussions about some of our most complex problems. Ironically, the people that continually engage in this behavior say they’re trying to help but end up doing the exact opposite.
That’s why I stoked to introduce you to my guest today, Zuby, to talk about these current issues and so much more. We discuss why people have such a difficult time engaging in intellectual dialogue, breaking the mold of people’s expectations, the future of humanity – both good and bad and why the “woke” are destroying civil and critical discourse.
“We all have a tribal component but it has to manifest in a healthy way that makes the tribe as inclusive as possible.” Tweet That— Zuby
My guest today is unlike any other. His name is Zuby and he is a rapper, podcast host, public speaker, and entrepreneur and graduate from Oxford University.
I started following him several months ago when I saw a video of him destroying the British Women’s deadlifting record in an attempt to bring some logic to the discussion that men and women are biologically different.
He’s a man who is unafraid to share the way that he views the world and has been dubbed extremely controversial even though, he’s really not at all (we discuss this in the conversation). Gentlemen, please enjoy my fascinating discussion with the one and only Zuby.
“We’ll never get equality of outcome because we don’t have equality of input.” Tweet That— Zuby
- Fitting into a mold
- Being multi-dimensional
- Diluting the power of words
- Uniting people
- A healthy dose of skepticism
- Humble expectations
- Personal responsibility
- Victimhood mentality
- Billionaire bashing
- Resentment & envy
- The zero-sum mindset
- Correcting our behavior
- Creating your own morality
- A code of conduct
- Battling over ideology
“I think a lot of problems stem from people not understanding basic economics.” Tweet That— Zuby
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