Review Female Perspective Part 20 Biology & Traits: Orderliness/Disgust/Conscientiousness
Wow up to lecture 20 already, you will find my notes on this below and the main takeaways, if you missed the last lecture 19 please check it out here:
One thing I will say about Peterson is he is a master of sharing through the story, he presents facts that I always believed to be true but often can not put my thoughts into words, this guy does that very well.
Biology & Traits: Orderliness / Disgust / Conscientiousness – A Personality Guide By Jordan B. Peterson
Jordan B. In this lecture, Peterson discusses the trait conscientiousness, the strongest predictor of life success after IQ. However, conscientiousness comprises two aspects: orderliness and diligence, and orderliness is connected with dislike and authoritarianism.
- People who are liberal or lean to the left tend to be pro-trade, pro-openness, and anti-trade.
- Individuals on the right tend to be low in openness and high in conscientiousness, especially orderliness. In contrast, people on the left tend to lack transparency and are high in conscientiousness, especially in orderliness.
- You don’t get a benefit unless you pay for it.
- Conscientious people are dutiful, hardworking, and organized, and they tend to sacrifice the present for the future.
- If you read the neuropsychological literature, you could conclude that persons with a highly functioning prefrontal cortex are more conscientious since the prefrontal cortex is associated with things like the ability to plan.
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You never gain a benefit without paying for it, as you can see with agreeableness. If you’re pleasant, Exhibit agreeableness, you’re compassionate, polite, and empathic, and you may work effectively in groups. However, the price you pay for this is that you don’t negotiate successfully on your behalf and are easily taken advantage of. If you’re very low on agreeableness, Jordan says you’re more competitive and out to win. Still, the price you pay for that is that if you become too disagreeable, you’re likely to be sufficiently antisocial, let’s say, that you might end up in prison, so you don’t get it for free.
We’re getting a better understanding of the value issues that conscientious individuals would have. Let’s go through orderliness to judge whether you’re orderly or disorderly. If you’re disorderly, leave your possessions around. If you do things like order, that’s a good thing. That is a foregone conclusion. Maintain a neat appearance. Follow a schedule, bothered, bothered by messy individuals, wants everything to be perfect, is disturbed by chaos, enjoys routine, ensures that rules are followed, and desires that every detail be taken care of.
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Accounting is useful in a wide range of vocations. For example, who are the folks who check natural gas fittings and the like using a checklist? You know you want someone like that in any position where meticulous attention to detail is essential. There is no neuropsychological model for consciousness because the prediction would be before people with stronger prefrontal cortical competence. Because it is associated with planning, it is more conscientious. Nobody imagined that the analytic process would emerge as a fundamental trade. It merely popped out of the numbers; therefore, there’s no model to go along with it.
A personality trait affects your emerging personality. Consciousness adds up to stability and enhances the thinking to lead toward Successful life. Here you go with a detailed lecture by Jordan B. Peterson for an easy understanding. 2017 Personality 20: Biology & Traits: Orderliness/Disgust/Conscientiousness
Opinion Lecture Twenty Jordan Peterson
After you have watched this lecture I suggest you take some time to reflect and look at your direction, Peterson has a way, sometimes I wonder if he has his own shit together this well. However, that does not matter as his message is timeless.
I hope you enjoyed my take and my rough notes from my Jordan Peterson experience. You can find links to the complete series here:
Entire Series: 2017 Personality and Its Transformations Parts 1-22