(VIA) Take Action and Embrace the Uncomfortable
Even when the truth is heard by a sizeable minority, many don't take action. But this is part of enacting positive change, whether it be for freedom and autonomy or your personal health.
"You have to take the action, and it usually involves suffering," Brand says. "And yeah, that's a hard thing to sell. People don't want that. Now, they don't want that information that you can tell people there's a quick fix and an easy way. But whether it's getting off drugs, becoming a standup comedian or accomplishing stuff in a martial art, normally it means you incrementally, day by day, hour by hour, session by session, you are going to experience a degree of suffering."17
While you may feel powerless to fight back against globalist agendas and Big Tech censorship, by embracing changes you can control, you can make a difference in your own life and beyond. Rogan explains:18
"You don't realize that in embracing discomfort and forcing yourself to do something very uncomfortable that you can control, like an ice bath, like a sauna, like a run, like a workout, you are eliminating another form of discomfort. You can do that. It's one of the reasons why I've been able to mitigate all the stress and issues that come with success and with fame.
Your body is almost like a battery. And when you don't use it, it's almost like the juice runs over the side and it becomes unmanageable. But when you use it, you have a certain requirement that your body has to go through every day, because I think we evolved in a very specific way. I think we evolved running away from predators, protecting ourselves from invading tribes.
And this is just a natural part of being a human being, every human being. And I think that if you don't give your body something to do it … [messes] with your brain, and I think that's where a lot of people's anxiety comes from, a lot of people's insecurities."
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