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The REAL Reason Behind JOE ROGAN'S Success😳

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  • Published on Nov 19, 2022

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  • Capitalset
    Capitalset  20 days ago +14

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  • sprout sisters
    sprout sisters 2 months ago +17688

    Testosterone and hard work is a hell of a combination. Joe has an inhuman work drive

    • Richard Hunter
      Richard Hunter Hour ago

      Dude he gets to fuck around at comedy clubs and then work 6 hours a week. That's not an inhuman work drive, that's straight up privilege, I'd be shredded too if I didn't work 55 hours a week LMAO

    • I Coroa
      I Coroa 15 hours ago

      Also luck and capitalism

    • Joseph Lopeś408
      Joseph Lopeś408 23 hours ago

      @Big Daddy your right i was bein negative atm i must’ve not had the best day that time 😭😭

    • Big Daddy
      Big Daddy 2 days ago

      ​@Joseph Lopeś408 you don't know much and you don't have to, to have a conversation about something. Being a dick isn't cool though

    • Big Daddy
      Big Daddy 2 days ago

      ​@juan almos he def is

  • Mr Robot
    Mr Robot 25 days ago +176

    Don't directly compare yourself to these established guys. They have worked to a point now where they enjoy their work and life, and have a team taking care of the "mundane" tasks. But their drive and values are still why they have made it there.

    • Schoschta
      Schoschta 8 hours ago

      First genuine comment I see on here

    • GabiN64
      GabiN64 5 days ago

      yeah but it's better than overworking yourself and not taking care of your body. I see so many ppl do this and then wonder why they become depressed. take care of the mind and body they are one.

    • Anonymous
      Anonymous 6 days ago

      Thank you for saying that.

    • Dean Norris
      Dean Norris 15 days ago +13

      Glad you said it brother. Too easy to compare ourselves to these figures we place on a pedestal and can actually demoralise ourselves in the process.
      We all have our own journey. We can resonate with theirs for extra fuel or sprinkles of motivation/ wisdom every now and then. Not however, as the central repository for all of our life advice and doing so with the expectation that we’ll find all of life’s ‘secrets’ or ‘shortcuts to success’.

  • Damon
    Damon 2 months ago +3688

    3 to 4 hour podcasts a day every day for a week plus working out
    Me working 10-12 hour shifts every single day: 👁️👄👁️

    • Goul Really
      Goul Really 3 days ago

      Don't hurt your hand tapping your shoulder

    • DjOdysseus
      DjOdysseus 18 days ago

      well do you have connections in media? are you taking steroids? did you take your alpha brain supplements? no? there is your problem...

    • Megaptera Novaeangliae
      Megaptera Novaeangliae 18 days ago

      Don't listen to this people bro, they ain't got any class consciousness. Life is not a meritocracy, we are not robots we are human beings and the "capitalist" mindset is trashy and full of lies. Read Grapes of wrath, it's a great book.

    • Yukina (Formerly known as Snack Alter)
      Yukina (Formerly known as Snack Alter) 19 days ago

      Seriously. Joe's job isn't hard at all lol.

    • OwlKapone
      OwlKapone 20 days ago

      So you’re working all those hours and accomplishing nothing? Nice

  • Gabe Allen
    Gabe Allen Month ago +289

    holy cow! he does a whole 12-16 hours of podcasting a week? that IS superhuman

    • rasse n
      rasse n Hour ago

      @KiceLee its hard work

    • Schoschta
      Schoschta 8 hours ago

      Yeah especially when you're having countless joints and drinks with it lol (don't forget roids). Can't believe what kind of shit posts get hyped and people buy it.

    • TimeLapsed
      TimeLapsed 3 days ago

      @Goul Really and u got a rock brain

    • Degrim Ripa
      Degrim Ripa 3 days ago

      @Rob Higbee so is sitting and talking through a microphone lmao

    • TimeLapsed
      TimeLapsed 4 days ago

      16 hours of just straight podcasting a week that doesn’t include research, his ufc commentary he does, all the comedy he does and anything else that might be considered business he works wayyyyy more than 16 hours a week hands down

  • Matthew Flinn
    Matthew Flinn 2 months ago +35

    Coincidentally the more successful you are financially by honing the skills related to your craft, the more capable you are of investing time & money into taking excellent care of your health... Thanks for this nothing-burger piece of advice!

    • Matthew Flinn
      Matthew Flinn Month ago

      @AmishTechWizard Appreciate that while you can & hold onto it while you’re able to buddy-l was in precisely that same position 15 years ago.👍

    • AmishTechWizard
      AmishTechWizard Month ago +1

      Dude I work 50 hours a week making just above minimum and I’ve got about 20 hours of school each week and my health is the best it’s ever been. Granted I’m 20, single with no kids but your health is worth investing in even if you’re flat broke with no time.

  • SpQuick
    SpQuick 2 months ago +7319

    The healthier you eat and the more you workout the more energy you have

    • Schoschta
      Schoschta 8 hours ago

      The more roids you forgot

    • Rocky Evans
      Rocky Evans 4 days ago

      @Roman Ebrahim sounds like you want to chat. What's up bud

    • Roman Ebrahim
      Roman Ebrahim 4 days ago

      @Rocky Evans dude shush

    • TahitianTreatSkeetJuice
      TahitianTreatSkeetJuice 26 days ago

      i eat good, dont work out, and still have energy. so it varies. stop acting like 1 thing works for all

    • Dallas Tanner
      Dallas Tanner Month ago

      Ppl with a higher intelligence level also require less sleep because they're less stressed

  • Thorstmixx
    Thorstmixx 2 months ago +2256

    I too would like the secret of how to gain the superhuman ability to sustain a 16-hour workweek

    • Hello There
      Hello There 2 hours ago

      @rayn hop off the dick of millionaires, not even true for a large number of X-vidrs, in the beginning its all time but when you get as rich as them you can work low hours very easily

    • MadMaxie Martial arts Nerd
      MadMaxie Martial arts Nerd 16 hours ago

      @Antonio Rezik If you ever tried starting your own buisness you will learn that being off the clock is not off the clock unless you just genuinely enjoy losing money.
      I use to do a coaching and tutor buisness, and the ammount of over time I did for it prob equated to 70 hour work weeks.
      Chasing clients, establishing connections, and helping people who needed time off the clock. handing out flyers, doing research to be better at what I was doing.
      Eventually, your business gets to the point where it's self efficient and you don't have to grind so hard, but before that point, you are never NOT working.

    • Marc Waller
      Marc Waller 17 hours ago

      Lmao the amount of grown ass men riding Joe's meat is alarming. Thanks for being a true alpha and calling out this dumb ass bullshit

    • Filip
      Filip 21 hour ago

      "Landing on the moon is so ez, its litterly just 3 minutes of work. because the recording of their landing was 3 minutes wich means they onlyspent 3 minutes getting there" braindead logic mate

    • Stanford Hapi
      Stanford Hapi Day ago

      You really think you can just wake up one day and say "hey I'm only going to work 16 hour weeks and get paid tens of thousands of dollars"? The secret is hard work and building towards work efficiency.
      Hard men make easy times. Easy times make weak men. Weak men make hard times.

  • Jordan B.
    Jordan B. Month ago

    The power of loving what you do, staying motivated, and having great charisma. Joe Rogan is a modern day Rennaissance Man

  • theyetti90
    theyetti90 2 months ago +50

    Been invested in my health since I was a teenager, thanks to my dad. 32 now, ten years in the Army, this month, and so many of my brothers had to leave service before they were ready because their bodies broke. Mine broke too, many times, but because I'm blessed with the knowledge I have I've been able to come back, when I was told I couldn't, over and over. I'm not hobbling around, I'm breaking my records from high school in some areas. Now 2 more years and I'll get out, 1 year of school then I'll commission as a physical therapist and I'll be able to do what I've already been doing for soldiers, but that will be my main responsibility.

    • AmishTechWizard
      AmishTechWizard Month ago +1

      And if you wanna do something along the lines of what Rogan’s done you should put that knowledge out into the world. Make videos on what military life is really like, do podcasts with other veterans, etc. Hell man, write a book about your experiences. This is prime time.

    • machendachen
      machendachen Month ago

      God bless you brotha!! 💪🙏

    • Lenox
      Lenox 2 months ago

      And someone like u really spent that time writing such a comment in here? you are either troll or really modern and up to these new generations ma man

    • Nick
      Nick 2 months ago +1

      🔥

  • Tacos4Tico
    Tacos4Tico 2 months ago

    Man he seems to have been in excellent shape for most of his life! Props to him!💪🏼🔥

  • GhostDrummer
    GhostDrummer 2 months ago

    I had to start TRT in 2016. 100MG/ML every two weeks. My level should have been at the 600-700 range for a man of my age at that time (39)…it was 82. My doctor came into the patient room with a dose in his hand when he got the first test result. The look on his face was of complete shock. He said he had never seen a number that low before.
    I had been in a near fatal car accident in 1993. Years of dealing with the aftermath of 22 surgeries dropped my levels drastically. It took until July of this year (2022) for my testosterone level to reach high 600’s. I didn’t notice any real difference in my stamina or sex drive until my levels were in the mid 100’s. It’s not enough to assist me get ripped, but I do have more stamina now than I did before I started the TRT..

  • Turtle Chef
    Turtle Chef 2 months ago +515

    Ah yes the unheard of task of working a few hours a day 3-4 times a week 😂 cause it truly takes a superhuman to do that

    • ThePeach
      ThePeach Day ago

      @Vinicius Betini exactly joe rogans whole life is work, it may be work he enjoys but it's still working towards progress

    • Vinicius Betini
      Vinicius Betini Day ago

      I'm a lawyer. If you judge my work according to meetings with opposing parties or court hearings, you'd think I do very little work. However, when you walk a mile in my shoes, go through the long hours of research, discussion, strategy making, motion writing etc., you'll see that it takes a lot of work to get to those 4h in court. In the same way, Joe has to do research, keep up with his guests and the topics they'll wanna talk about, work on his comedy material, stay in close touch with the MMA world etc.. A lot of work goes into those things, you just see the end product.

    • Br So
      Br So 2 days ago

      @* CC* you’re right it’s many years of hard work, but that’s not what is talked about here. The dude in the video talks about him now working hard and staying competitive. Physically, Joe doesn’t work extremely hard. There are actually many out-of-shape celebrities who are still working in their 60s and 70s and are competitive.

    • ThePeach
      ThePeach 2 days ago

      the harder you work, the less you work lol imagine trying to diss a guy for working less than you but being more successful. it takes work to establish a 16 hour work week , but even then, youre wrong because rogan does 6 hours of ufc commentary like once a month, appears on kil tony and does stand up comedy multiple times a weekk and not to mention is facilitating the construction of a comedy club and many other things. how much work do you think it took to buy a warehouse and build a studio, sauna, float tank room etc

    • Degrim Ripa
      Degrim Ripa 3 days ago

      @Camilo De Mata Jr They CAN do it themselves. but nah scream the word haters like it’s going to save you from getting whooped in an argument

  • U Tangbe
    U Tangbe 11 days ago

    Man this really put in perspective for me of how much shit Joe does. The podcast, comedy, UFC, psychedelics and still manage to watch the latest grizzly bear videos bruh Joe's work ethic is fucking commendable 🙏

  • Joey M
    Joey M Month ago +1

    He has people that plan his entire life. He just goes where he's told and performs. Dude's a champion!

  • Matthew Powers
    Matthew Powers 2 months ago +1756

    No way!! 3-4 hour pod cast a week for only a couple $100k an episode?? I couldn’t manage. The strength in him is unreal

    • J B
      J B 21 day ago

      @Ulises Lopez it wasn’t work for him when he started. It was his hobby that he loved doing and it eventually became hugely successful.

    • Danny Lujan
      Danny Lujan 24 days ago

      ​@Jeff Albillar Smart man

    • Danny Lujan
      Danny Lujan 24 days ago

      ​@Pizza-p his memory is second to none...hard job in my opinion..

    • Danny Lujan
      Danny Lujan 24 days ago

      the kick is awesome too

    • Mr Mulhall
      Mr Mulhall 24 days ago

      ​@michael canal You're broke too.

  • Cindy
    Cindy Month ago

    Mr Rogan is highly relatable, intelligent and really interesting! We love him for all that !🙏❤️👋

  • D777ST
    D777ST 2 months ago +1

    noice loop 👌
    and great take. ive started noticing this myself but hearing it from someone and seeing a real life example of how taking care of yourself physically can really improve your life in other ways, really motivates me to continue on this path of betterment

  • Milton77
    Milton77 2 months ago +102

    That’s one example. There are tons of examples of people who absolutely dominated their business and never took care of themselves or certainly didn’t focus on that.

    • Lloyd
      Lloyd Month ago

      Elon musk

    • Mr. Green
      Mr. Green Month ago

      Damn. Came to say Elon and Warren (especially)

    • C
      C Month ago

      And their physique looks like shit like Elon Musk. Rich in wealth, poor in health.

    • AmishTechWizard
      AmishTechWizard Month ago

      @Michael Perszonouuuuch. That poor man got dealt a bad hand.

    • joelance101
      joelance101 Month ago

      @garrett glass Warren Buffett

  • Tom Pilkington
    Tom Pilkington Month ago

    4, four hour pod casts per week? Amazing. That’s a 16 hour “work” week. Wow that’s super human. And he sits there for four hours at a time talking about his acid trips. Wow. I’m just flabbergasted!

  • George Apostolopoulos
    George Apostolopoulos 2 months ago +71

    Joe is a beast for real. Enjoys life, does what he loves and also takes care of himself. Being able to combine all three is a true feat. All the best Joe!

    • Mr. Green
      Mr. Green Month ago

      *eats a pound of mushrooms

  • el G Michoacan
    el G Michoacan Month ago

    Love Joe Rogan one of the few I look up too wish I can meet him someday

  • Gary Twigg
    Gary Twigg Month ago

    Joe's got crazy mad logic , love his podcast's, keep going😜👍

  • Eyes of Od
    Eyes of Od Month ago

    3-4, 4 hour podcasts a week and comedy is superhuman...
    Imagine if he saw what guys who do 12+ hour day labour jobs in winter go through

  • CAR PER
    CAR PER 2 months ago

    best advice ive heard in a long time excellent advice

  • RcR 777
    RcR 777 25 days ago +18

    What’s more superhuman is being able to talk to NDT for a couple of hours

  • That Guy
    That Guy Month ago

    I've Rogan, by far my favorite Podcaster. But calling him super human for doing his job talking into a mic makes a guy like me who works harder doing a more important job feel worthless at times.

  • GoldenEraZen
    GoldenEraZen 2 months ago

    I couldn't agree more Andrew. Thank you 🙏

  • Djani36
    Djani36 23 days ago +1

    Man. I'm glad I get to work 12 hour shifts, 6 days a week of construction, instead of doing 3 or 4, 4 hour (they're not, more like 2-3ish) podcasts a week, plus a few hours working out everyday, and a handful of hours to do comedy. I got it easy man, I got made. Glad I'm not Joe Rogan.

  • rhys Mendoza Villa
    rhys Mendoza Villa Month ago

    I love how the title made it look like something illegal when in reality it’s something super healthy that everyone should do lol

  • Robert Lopez
    Robert Lopez 2 months ago +13

    "it's superhuman" what a joe rogan thing to say

  • heyitzphil
    heyitzphil 2 months ago

    That's true I mean how else would you keep pushing through jf you're burned out? Gotta make the right decisions to keep the momentum going 👑🙏

  • Jordan Gill
    Jordan Gill Month ago

    I love how people think sitting and having a chat for a few hours a week is hard work like a 12 hour coal mining shift 6 days a week 😂

  • Zayne Underwood
    Zayne Underwood 2 months ago

    Outside the MMA of the fighters that we know of that are public and televised how many gentlemen like Joe Rogan that are wholly and fully qualified to step into that ring but choose not to for whatever reason are out in and amongst the public, there's a lot of warriors that never show their stuff and just keep to themselves, do not think otherwise you would be a fool..... 🙏🏻

  • piwi
    piwi 2 months ago

    It's more of his personality that made him who he is. His health is just a byproduct of his eagerness to improve his craft and entertain which I think is a core personality trait of his.

  • Joe Spivey
    Joe Spivey 2 months ago +1

    Love what you do and create something that people like ! BIG MONEY $$$

  • Filip
    Filip 21 hour ago

    "The podcasts are 12 hours per week wich must mean he only works 12 hours oer week"
    "The moonlanding footage is 5 minutes long wich must mean they only spent 5 minutes of work on landing on the moon"
    Same braindead logic.

  • Gusset Blaster
    Gusset Blaster 2 months ago +15

    It's so true. Even when i was just a cleaner (as it was the only job i could get at the time) i was the best cleaner in the business because i was fit and healthy whilst a lot of the other crew were overweight and lazy. I was always given overtime and earned more money than everyone else because i was keen and put effort into the job. Health is everything.

    • Gusset Blaster
      Gusset Blaster 2 months ago

      @tom I understand what you're saying. However i purposely said "just a cleaner" as i have found it beneficial to do so. If i knock myself down a peg before anyone else can then they have no power over me. It's a skill i learned through being a cleaner.

    • tom
      tom 2 months ago +1

      Don't say "just" a cleaner. If you do a good job, it doesn't matter what you do. I left my more "prestigious" job to start a cleaning business. I do better work than anyone else, so people are happy to pay me far better than my other job that people percieved more highly.

  • jack daniels
    jack daniels 2 months ago

    Honestly having alot of money can be a significant motivational factor. I mean there is people that is poor and work 16 to 20 hours a day to survive and they look bad cus they don't have enough rest and enough time all that is due to lack of funds if ur working 20 hours cus u don't make enough of course ur not gonna look good. But if u have enough money u can have enough time to actually care for yourself

  • Snookered
    Snookered 2 months ago

    This also includes your mental health, don’t ignore it and shove it aside because you’re too focused on solely maintaining the physical part of it.. It can catch up to you and have severe impacts on your life.

  • al north
    al north 2 months ago

    Dang u can really tell the major loss in muscle mass from the time he was 25 till probably just recently. I thought he uses testastorone supplements....? He might do a lot of cardio to be losing that much muscle and still taking testosterone supplements

  • Uatu
    Uatu Month ago +7

    The amount of productivity and functionality you get, both mentally and physically, from a healthy body vs an unhealthy body is underrated.

    • SiloKonfident
      SiloKonfident 24 days ago

      ​@Wlaadimir Messro people are just dumb for taking roids... Young men take it at a young age because they want asthetics w out thinking about their future

    • Wlaadimir Messro
      Wlaadimir Messro 28 days ago

      @user unknown What does he take roids for then? Its not worth it at all for only aesthetics, and I think without most ppl even look better naturally.

    • user unknown
      user unknown  28 days ago

      @Wlaadimir Messro he doesn't fight

    • Wlaadimir Messro
      Wlaadimir Messro 28 days ago

      @user unknown Isnt that not legal in martial arts ?

    • user unknown
      user unknown  29 days ago

      @Wlaadimir Messro yes, he has been for many years

  • SnowyBlizzard
    SnowyBlizzard Month ago

    Huh, sitting in a desk for 15 hours a week talking with rich and famous friends the whole time sounds like a lunch break at work to me😂

  • The Folks
    The Folks 2 months ago

    My life actually started turning around after i started working out

  • Justin Tells the truth
    Justin Tells the truth 2 months ago

    Good God. 16 hours a week, talking into a mic, AND he has to go get paid to talk about fighting?
    How's he do it? 🤦‍♂️

  • theyearwas1473
    theyearwas1473 2 months ago

    After going to a lot of entrepreneur and business conferences since restrictions have raise, I noticed the under 50 crowd is working out a lot and the networking when you are fit seems way more successful

  • THECUT
    THECUT 4 days ago

    Great Statement and extra motivation.

  • SGI Photo
    SGI Photo 2 hours ago

    "Joe Rogan is a beautiful example of this.." lol.
    * I reckon 90% of the working class would f*cking crush it too if we were paid millions of dollars AND had production and post-production crews to handle the bulk of the work.
    * Unlimited funds will give anyone the time to explore additional 'crafts' and invest in health.

  • Dallas Tanner
    Dallas Tanner Month ago

    I still remember the one fear factor episode where the contestant got smart and threatened Joe Rogan and Joe in a very professional way told dude "well, you can fuck around and find out if you want"

  • Shinra
    Shinra 2 months ago

    "...Invest in taking really good care of themselves"
    I didn't know shooting steroids counted towards taking care of yourself. And yes, Rogan 100% is not nat.

  • yohh1121
    yohh1121 2 months ago +16

    This is so true. I gained so much weight during 2 yrs of covid and i turned 30. I lost 30 pounds over 6months and im lighter than i was in my 20s.
    I dont get tired easily, i meet new people with confidence, my relations with my parents and friends are better than ever before.
    Ive always thought going broke was a possibility before taking care of myself, but that is not an option to me now.
    Workout, keep yourself healthy, your life will improve 99.99%

    • yohh1121
      yohh1121 2 months ago +1

      @supernovatjay first couple weeks were the hardest for me, to get my ass up the chair and going to the gym. I never had a workout habit that lasted more than 2 months, but this time around I took it slow. Started with 30-min workout, then as my body began to feel 'lighter', I slowly increased the duration of my workout session.
      Now I workout for at least 70 minutes , almost everyday. I missed less than 5 days past 6 months of going to the gym.
      You got this my brother. Good luck.

    • Druid
      Druid 2 months ago

      Hi

  • caffeine is king
    caffeine is king 2 months ago +14

    Working out makes me the laziest person alive , I do as little as I can at work so that I can have the best workout afterwards then after the workout I lay around wanting to do nothing but eat and rest

    • Lewis
      Lewis 20 days ago

      ​@Gunnar T exactly buy a bunch of food and make huge batch cooked food then freeze them

    • Lewis
      Lewis 20 days ago

      ​@wrk healthier food is cheaper. Dont lie you just make poor food choices, frozen chicken. Vegetables, rice, fruit, vegetables are cheap as hell

    • Gunnar T
      Gunnar T Month ago +2

      @wrkwhat do you mean? In my experience, proper food is much cheaper than shit food. I can meal prep for a week for cheaper than any other method, and far healthier

    • wrk
      wrk 2 months ago +1

      bru same but dats because my diet is shit and i can’t afford proper food 💀

  • STU
    STU 2 months ago

    Man my health and fitness is at its best, I'm still broke though

  • Roge Taukamo
    Roge Taukamo 2 months ago

    Ever since Fear Factor Joe Rogan holds it down for the best commentator ever!!!

  • George
    George 16 days ago +1

    Remember earlier when they tried to get him cancelled last year but they couldn’t because his podcast was Spotify’s biggest earner

  • Chris Stewart
    Chris Stewart 10 days ago

    all these people saying joe rogan “works” more than 16 hours, you forget for half of the shit he needs to do, he can do it while also doing other shit he WANTS to do. He has it a lot easier than a lot of people but acting like his workload is massive is a stretch

  • Ms Library
    Ms Library 2 months ago

    Testosterone actually creates incredibly unnatural motivation. It's sad, but I've been around a lot of other girls who started T, and they suddenly became passionate, interested, focused, and like they are on a drug, because, they are. Steroids is a performance enhancing drug. Respect is due where it's due, unfortunately, that's for those who go with nature.

  • curtisnucmed
    curtisnucmed 2 months ago +4

    So brave. This needed to be said. So many people don’t know taking care of your health is a good thing. I thought it was bad. This is the first I’m hearing of this. From now on, no more little Debbie’s for dinner. And no more heroine for dessert.

  • Even TheObsolete
    Even TheObsolete Month ago

    for sure his health and work ethic has helped him but he says "competitive business". Joe Rogan popularized the podcast genre. he was also into MMA and doing commentary for free because he loved it. Work ethic is important whoever you are, but in Joe's case you have to factor in that he came into both industries/businesses cause he loved it and been there almost since the very beginning. but yeah, take care of your health people 💪

  • Tyrill Celestine
    Tyrill Celestine 2 months ago +215

    Bro that is soo true I’m looking to become a barber and one of my inspirations and he doesn’t even know it is a local barber and he’s in awesome shape but man he’s there all the time

    • REV_SET97
      REV_SET97 2 months ago

      @DEAD MEAT JB niggas way to scared to be called gay lol

    • Garren Cortez
      Garren Cortez 2 months ago

      As my grandma always said movement is life & she was right, she lived to be 104 & in her 80s she would walk miles to go to Walmart.. she had a full head of hair & all her teeth. I hope to live that long & I'd enjoy it as long as my mind was still sharp

    • doe eyes
      doe eyes 2 months ago

      Talk to him, perhaps he can mentor you. My boyfriend was a barber when we first met. In highschool he would do fades out of his parents garage aandhe had lineups down his driveway of Friday nights. (This was back when Friday nights were a big deal and young people actually went out and partied on wknd)
      You can make decent money as a barber here in Toronto. Its a good trade skill and its not like you can be replaced, like other jobs. People will always want/need their hair cut and robots cant do it.. not yet anyway. Plus its a job you can enjoy, meet new people, hang out with the bros. Plus eventually you cant start ur own business and make ur own hours.
      Hone your craft and you can have a very successful business one day!!

    • paschalisgriek
      paschalisgriek 2 months ago

      ​@334 ColdestBarber wtf lol just standing is a workout and they even move their arms all the time , being a barber is harder then you think.

    • Matt Warnken
      Matt Warnken 2 months ago

      one day you gonna be in his position with an up and coming barber looking up to you bro!💪🏽💯

  • Nerd Nerd
    Nerd Nerd Month ago

    Lol I thought this video was going to be about Joes steroid used, I didn't expect this to be about how healthy this guy thinks joe is. Anyway, love you Joe, your podcast is great.

  • Dave
    Dave 27 days ago

    3 to 4 four hour podcasts a week? Crazy. I once knew a guy who worked 37.5 hours a week! Mad.

  • shiretsu
    shiretsu 17 hours ago

    Wow yeah podcasting saying “that’s crazy” all day that really requires superhuman strength

  • The Saucy Sibz Podcast

    love it. great advice.

  • little bob
    little bob 2 months ago +3032

    Wow, Joe finds time to work out doing 12 hours of sitting around talking in a room a week? Amazing!

    • Stephen Kamps
      Stephen Kamps 21 hour ago +1

      LMAOOO TRUE I see all these people talking about "oh he does research off screen" bruh sitting on the internet and reading books ain't shit either guys. That's not superhuman...

    • Goul Really
      Goul Really 3 days ago

      U voted for trump huh

    • Fenris Elecit
      Fenris Elecit 29 days ago

      @Wlaadimir Messro fair point

    • Wlaadimir Messro
      Wlaadimir Messro 29 days ago

      @Fenris Elecit Joe probably works a lot off-camera, dont just assume everything someone works has to be in front of a camera.

    • Michael Rodriguez
      Michael Rodriguez 29 days ago

      Just to clarify, I am insanely broke right now. But I’m not ignorant and stupid enough to think rich people didn’t work hard just because all you want to see is the success part that looks easy instead of using your brain to realize that it wasn’t always that easy. But i know how stupid and ignorant people are even when faced with facts so it’s not like I expect any one of you idiots to understand

  • Borrowed Times
    Borrowed Times 2 months ago

    He has two part time jobs and more money than I could imagine what to do with

  • Just me
    Just me 2 months ago

    it's easy to take care of your health when you don't have to work 70 hours a week. if all i had to do was do a couple hours of a UFC fight and a 3-4 hour podcast every week I would have unlimited time for the gym too.

  • Tanya Edmunds
    Tanya Edmunds 2 months ago

    3 or 4 hr pod casts a week? Sitting down behind a mic, drinking and smoking w/friends?!!! What a warrior!!!!

  • Blue Collar
    Blue Collar 2 days ago

    These guys are a bit detached from reality. For most people, a daily grind makes it extremely difficult to prioritize self care. Find energy to go to the gym after a 10 hour workday. Then find time to cook a healthy dinner after the gym. Then find a way to get good sleep when your kids are waking you up. Most of us are just trying to survive.
    Maybe the success is what allows the time and energy for self care, not the other way around.

  • tears of joy
    tears of joy 2 months ago +227

    “3 or 4 hour podcasts a week” bruh most people have to to work 8 hrs a day THATS superhuman

    • HiSammy
      HiSammy 3 days ago

      @JD_Jelly I wouldn’t say 8 hours of school is comparable to 8 hours of working

    • Goul Really
      Goul Really 3 days ago

      Ur a casual

    • JD_Jelly
      JD_Jelly Month ago +1

      Kids literally go to school 8hours a day every day💀 how tf is that super human😭

    • HiSammy
      HiSammy Month ago +1

      ​@Luxury Beats if you actually worked out you'd understand that speeding through sets isn't exactly efficient for gains. slow your sets down and you'll have better results. though 2 hours is a bit uncommon it's not exactly unheard of. my workout usually takes a bit over a hour to do and pushing close to a hour 30 if i have the energy left for some squat sets too.

    • padarousou
      padarousou Month ago +1

      U realize 6 yr olds go to school for 8 hours a day and dont even get paid

  • Igloo Zoo
    Igloo Zoo 2 months ago

    Two of my bullies at work recently died. They barely came into work and bossed people around and they were fat as fuck. I didn't shed one tear.

  • Maya Jade
    Maya Jade 20 days ago

    12-16 hours a week @ $62,500 per hour. Man, how does he even survive?

  • Licorice The Owl
    Licorice The Owl 2 months ago

    Working 25 hours a week must be SO HARD 🙄🙄

  • ZachGoodnoeLifts
    ZachGoodnoeLifts Month ago

    i didn’t realize rogan was such a beast when he was young

  • vras1071
    vras1071 Month ago

    I work full time 50 hours a week and work out every other day. I AM SUPERHUMAN 😂

  • Michael Slabicki
    Michael Slabicki 8 days ago

    Guys like joe earned where they are at and worked there asses off to get to where they are at. Of course having connections helps.

  • Brandon M.
    Brandon M. 2 months ago

    People are so salty thinking they can do math "12 HoUrS a WeEk." Joe's had more successful careers in a quarter of his lifetime than most people had new cars in an entire lifetime.
    That's not even a good comparison. You don't get this far by not having an insane work ethic.

  • Alexandru Bodnar
    Alexandru Bodnar Month ago

    People don't understand that doing videos on X-vid does not mean you do the video and you are out . Even if he does not do the editing he still has to learn stuffs he still has to prepare. Is still a road to the studio . He has a family . He had stand up shows where he would have to fly in another state most likely then he had to go and maybe to the UFC do you have any ideea how many 3 4 hours of sleeps he got over and over ? And if you listen to him you will know he started working as 14-16 years old where he would have to wake up at like 3 4 am or even more early . So yeh I tried doing videos for X-vid just record like 30-40 videos on a game every day I was still working but it fucked up my schedule so much even if I keept the video raw with no editing it would still take me 2 3 hours to finish a video .

  • DavieBroy
    DavieBroy 2 months ago +3

    The fact that I'm out performing my coworkers is a testament to just how badass I am because my health is shite

    • Dogestranding
      Dogestranding 2 months ago

      Imagine how much more you’d outperform if you were in good health.

  • Esculapio Menendez
    Esculapio Menendez 5 days ago

    that's why I run and do weightlifting every single day. In my 40s and I have the same sexual drive and energy when I was 19

  • Titch Lewis
    Titch Lewis 2 months ago

    The GOAT in commentating a sport.

  • IDOOMI
    IDOOMI 2 months ago

    if you take care of yourself good u feel better you have more motivation to do things but tis hard to be consistent

  • Jasoln F007
    Jasoln F007 Month ago

    3-4 podcast a week!! Holy shit that’s gotta be hard to sit down and talk to someone for 3 hours for 50 million a year.. and here I was complaining about working 50 hours a week manual labor for 50 grand year 🙄

  • Lalo Leon
    Lalo Leon 2 months ago +620

    3 or 4- 4 hour podcasts a week is superhuman
    Me working 6 days a week pulling 12 hours shifts. 😕

    • T S
      T S 18 days ago

      Makes you a god lol

    • RoRo
      RoRo 2 months ago

      @HomeCooks would you like to meet my boss? I’m sure being a CEO is stressful but not as stressful as being screamed at to work faster whilst already being maxed out, on minimum wage and being called all sorts of profanities. All whilst my boss drinks tea and watches me struggle on. Lol 😂

    • Thomas
      Thomas 2 months ago

      Finally someone who actually heard what the guy said though lol. Also ya I think it’s interesting the dude chose to talk about Joe during what could arguably be one of the easiest times of his life as opposed to the general populace that has it significantly more difficult than he does. Hell even Joe probably had it harder in his early life lol

    • Matthew Flick
      Matthew Flick 2 months ago

      ​@Chase Corrigan like us who built the damn office !

    • Matthew Flick
      Matthew Flick 2 months ago

      ​@Sahil Squadron I've worked 20 hour shifts on some marine work, I also worked a while at a plant that had multiple big turnarounds and i worked a month straight at 16 hours a day! I work 12 to 16 like it's nothing.

  • Vincent Gallo
    Vincent Gallo Month ago

    This is great advice for young people, not so much older people who grew up in poverty.

  • chris
    chris 2 months ago

    Notice how he named a lot of things that aren't even hard. Commentating UFC, bullshitting with friends for 3 hours on a podcast, or having a guest on but not even preparing questions beforehand and just winging it. I think he really only puts effort into his training and his stand-up if he's still doing that, but those are hobbies.

  • J.R. Morgan
    J.R. Morgan Month ago

    Comedians with half the physical prowess (or enhancements, depending how you look at it) perform WAY more grueling work weeks than Rogan does.

  • Dragan Petev
    Dragan Petev 2 months ago

    The Secret to Joe's ability to do so much has ALSO to do with the fact that he is already BUILT - he needs NO extra sleep on his body growing or recomping and thus his hormones are in an optimal state! He is 50+ years old which means he needs even less sleep and he is shorter than average which again reduces his sleep requirements! I won't be surprised if he averages exactly 5 hours of sleep per night and still has insane energy and drive during the day... Basically he has too much time and energy to not be successful! And, YES, it starts with taking care of your health BUT other factors like height and age also matter, because for example me being still building my body, being 20+ years younger than him and being taller than him forces me to sleep an average of 10 hours a night and due to my body growing and recomping I'm not in an optimal hormonal state and don't have the crazy drive and energy of a finished product... + I have a full time job :D

  • Joao Pereyra
    Joao Pereyra 2 months ago +521

    3-4 hrs podcast a week??? OMG that sounds like so much work 🤣

    • AmbiDex
      AmbiDex Month ago

      ​@Luka Cupic how many employed? You think Joe does it himself?
      What a joke.

    • syllycatface
      syllycatface Month ago

      @Luka Cupic best podcast in the world? god no wonder 1/3 of men under 30 cant get laid, they watch joe rogan

    • Wren
      Wren 2 months ago

      It's also a scientific based fact, 6 hours of work that is mentally taxing is equal to 8-10 hours of manual labor. That's why if you do construction your foreman, who looks like he's standing around, talking to everyone is paid more! As a woman, who was hired as a helper on an electrical crew, I worked to 3rd in command. This bitxh can read blueprints, therefore I worked... but I told the 6 guys under me what we were doing. But if your a lawyer, your paid better than the guy pouring concrete. I have listened to and watched his podcast. He's not just sitting there no engaging, he's knowledgeable about the topic. I ask, you what's your job? If you don't know what I'm talking about, your the man getting directions not giving them.

    • chrichtonsworld
      chrichtonsworld 2 months ago

      @Luka Cupic He stuck with it and usually because of the guests he manages to get on, blew up. That has nothing to do with hard work. He just sits there and talks nonsense. And best podcast? You mean the most popular. There is a difference.

    • Red Marine
      Red Marine 2 months ago

      You seem to have missed the part when he said "UFC, Comedy"

  • Justin Sullivan
    Justin Sullivan Month ago

    Lol his podcasts are a few hours long and then he has the whole day to take TRT and work out… wow. Inspiring.

  • Mateusz K
    Mateusz K 4 days ago +1

    He's not 25 in this pic, check out how he looked at his first UFC in 1997 when he was 30

  • Chris Alexander
    Chris Alexander 2 months ago

    3 or 4 4 hour podcasts a week plus comedy! Wow what an iron man!🤣🤣🤣🤣There’s guys doing 12 hour shifts of hard labor 6 days a week running off nothing but cigarettes and Jim Beam!

  • AF1captain
    AF1captain 2 months ago

    “Joe Rogan is like the Lebron James of podcasts”- Shakespeare

  • xLucidSoulx
    xLucidSoulx 2 months ago +2566

    the first pic of Joe looks like he’s 35-40 not 25 lol

    • Roderick Clerk
      Roderick Clerk 18 days ago

      @julliekoning taking test is not natty bruh lol

    • Dave Ledonio
      Dave Ledonio 26 days ago

      he looked younger in his first UFC appearance than there

    • E M
      E M Month ago

      I agree he looks older than 25

    • AmbiDex
      AmbiDex Month ago

      ​@Butt itcher because most people are lazy

    • AmbiDex
      AmbiDex Month ago

      ​@prelude2pain because he's already taking the no 1 steroid. TRT.

  • ThePresentation010
    ThePresentation010 Month ago

    I mean all he does is sit down and talk.
    What's so hard about that?
    I'm pretty sure if you offered anyone a high paying job to sit down and talk, they wouldn't be struggling to do it.
    People do that all the time in general, eating, chilling, etc.
    Thats not to say Joe doesn't take care of his health.
    I'm just saying dont compare the health of a 52yr old who has an easy to someone who has a hard labor intensive job.

  • Zachary Snyder
    Zachary Snyder Day ago

    wait until he learns about asphalt workers doing 16hr work weeks.
    we wanna fix your pot hole, it's just we spent 12hrs fixing 130 other ones and we're trying not to literally unalive ourselves

  • Jack Murphy
    Jack Murphy 23 days ago

    I would say it was probably easy for Rogan to want to work hard when you are born with talent and charisma. Most don't see or have world class talent in themselves so they probably won't find it that easy to be motivated the same.

  • Amber McQueen
    Amber McQueen 24 days ago

    Joe Rogan is so multifaceted Absolutely Lalalove this good talented man.

  • White Noise Channel
    White Noise Channel 2 months ago +7

    That’s so real and a good advice.
    Thank you

    • Richard Cleft
      Richard Cleft 2 months ago

      Lol no it’s not you absolute goon 😂

  • Mitch Liam
    Mitch Liam 28 days ago +1

    Most comments are saying he doesn't do that much but the point is, he found what he was good at and capitalized on it. It's because of the groundwork he did back in the day that allows him to have the luxury of doing 3-4 hour weekly podcasts. Let the man be sheesh.