Dennis Rodman's LIFE ADVICE On Overcoming Pain Will Leave You SPEECHLESS | Jay Shetty

Last updated: Jun 1, 2023

The video is about Dennis Rodman's life advice on overcoming pain and his perspective on his own identity and expectations from the public.

The video is an interview with former NBA player Dennis Rodman, where he talks about his life experiences and offers advice on how to overcome pain. He discusses his perception in the public eye and how people expect him to do something great. He also talks about the deaths of Kobe Bryant, Michael Jackson, and Princess Diana, and how their deaths affected the world. Rodman emphasizes that he doesn't need to prove himself anymore and that life today is moving fast and dangerous. He encourages people to persevere through tragedies and to not give up.

  • Tiger Woods' comeback win at the Masters drew people towards him.
  • The OJ Simpson trial was a tragedy and a significant event in the last 10 years.
  • Michael Jackson and Princess Diana were the two most significant events in Dennis Rodman's lifetime.
  • Kobe Bryant's death had a different effect on the world due to his level of power and control.
  • People expect Dennis Rodman to do something great and unexpected.
  • Dennis Rodman has persevered through certain tragedies and madness.
  • People today don't look at life seriously anymore because it's moving too fast.
  • Dennis Rodman is grateful for meeting amazing people when he was young, including his mentors, teachers, and coaches.
  • The world is moving too fast, and it's hard to find time and space to think and process.

Dennis Rodman's LIFE ADVICE On Overcoming Pain Will Leave You SPEECHLESS | Jay Shetty - YouTube

Dennis Rodman

Dennis Rodman's Perspective on Recent Events

  • People gravitated towards Tiger Woods after his comeback win at the Masters.
  • The OJ Simpson trial was a tragedy and a striking event in the last 10 years.
  • Michael Jackson and Princess Diana were the two most significant events in his lifetime.
  • Kobe Bryant's death had a different effect on the world due to his level of power and control.
  • People expect him to do certain things and be a diverse individual.
Dennis Rodman

Dennis Rodman's Identity

  • It's difficult to explain who he really is.
  • People expect him to do something great and unexpected.
  • He doesn't need to prove himself anymore.
  • Life today is moving fast and dangerous.
  • Expectations for entertainers have changed over time.
Dennis Rodman

Expectations from the Public

  • People expect him to do cool things and have breaking news around the world.
  • He is fortunate enough to be able to put his foot in the door.
  • It's not about the money or praise for him.
  • People look at him in a creative and weird light.
  • He doesn't need to do something big to get attention.
Dennis Rodman

Dennis Rodman's LIFE ADVICE On Overcoming Pain Will Leave You SPEECHLESS | Jay Shetty - YouTube

Overcoming Pain

  • He has persevered through certain tragedies and madness.
  • He is still living and people are surprised by that.
  • He doesn't care about the praise and acceleration.
  • He has a love of life and wants to do something big again.
  • He doesn't want to be compared to others like Michael Jordan or Tiger Woods.
Dennis Rodman

Reflection on Life and Society

  • People today don't look at life seriously anymore because it's moving too fast.
  • It's hard to control people's minds and independence to keep them moving in the right direction.
  • There could be positive and negative things in life, and it's up to us to choose which direction to go.
  • People should take time out to think because the world is moving too fast.
  • 2020 is an important year for a lot of people, and it's significant because everything is 20/20.
Dennis Rodman

Inflicting Negativity and Pain

  • People inflict negativity in their lives and expect others to give them positivity every day.
  • People are inflicting themselves with pain, but some people who did hard drugs in the past are still living today.
  • It's surprising that Dennis Rodman is still alive despite inflicting himself with pain.
Dennis Rodman

Gratitude and Mentors

  • Dennis Rodman is grateful for meeting amazing people when he was young, including his mentors, teachers, and coaches.
  • He can't take credit for his success because it's due to the people he met when he was young.
Dennis Rodman

Kim Jong-un and Fatherhood

  • Dennis Rodman is fascinated by people's choices and the way they live.
  • He hates the question about fatherhood because he's still convincing himself that he's a good father.
  • He's fighting his own demons and pain.
Dennis Rodman

Identity and Expectations

  • Dennis Rodman talks about how it's hard to understand how he became a great human being in the beginning of his life and all of a sudden it's all about him now.
  • He says he doesn't care about what people think or do to him, but he's always sitting there with self-inflicted pain.
  • He admits that he can't give about nobody pretty much except his kids, and that's the tough part.
  • He doesn't know why he's like that, but it's hard.
  • He thinks he needs someone, maybe his kids, to sit him down and say, "Hey, pay attention. It's not all about you every day."
Dennis Rodman

The World is Moving Too Fast

  • Dennis Rodman and Jay Shetty agree that the world is moving too fast.
  • They both think that everyone is trying to live their speeded life right now, and we don't have time to think.
  • They focus on distractions, and it's hard to find time and space to think and process.
  • They discuss how it's hard and dangerous to live the sports life now.
  • Dennis Rodman talks about how he always asks people in Newport Beach if any black people live there, and he can't stand the stuff about black and white.
Dennis Rodman

Tragedy and Unity

  • Dennis Rodman and Jay Shetty discuss why it takes a tragedy to bring about unity.
  • Jay Shetty shares that he did a few mini docs last year where they focused on areas in the US that had gone through tragedy, and because of that, so many communities that were initially against each other actually came together.
  • They both agree that unfortunately, sometimes until we experience deep pain, we don't feel forced to change.
  • Dennis Rodman thinks that deep pain has really elevated his whole life as far as he's concerned.
  • They both think that it's amazing when you see black and white hugging each other, and it takes something like this to bring everybody together.
Dennis Rodman

Overcoming Pain

  • Dennis Rodman talks about how it's difficult to get out and work out every day, and sometimes you want to die or try to inflict pain on yourself, but it doesn't seem like that's working either.
  • He admits that he thinks he's a good dad, but his kids ask him why he sucks.
  • He talks real and doesn't care if people like him because he talks like this.
  • He thinks that the key is that he needs someone, maybe his kids, to sit him down and say, "Hey, pay attention. It's not all about you every day."
  • He says that he's going to see if that's going to open the door and his eyes and say, "Okay, great. Let me pay attention to my kids finally."
Dennis Rodman

Dennis Rodman's Perspective on Life

  • It's hard to wake up every day and find something new to excite your life.
  • People often say they've done everything in the world, including Dennis Rodman.
  • Dennis Rodman believes in the spirit of love, which he learned from his spiritual mother.
  • He wants to do something about 20 people, 20 questions, and focus on the last 20 years of their lives.
  • He wants to get 10 kids under the age of 10 and ask them what they would have been doing in the last 20 years.
Dennis Rodman

Dennis Rodman's Life Advice

  • He believes that we have self-control in certain areas of our lives.
  • Parents are walking behind their kids now, and they listen to these kids that are five to ten years old.
  • He thinks that we have no business saying anything about China, Hong Kong, and Tokyo.
  • He wants to put 10 kids and 10 people aged 25 to 40 to the test and see how they respond to his questions.
  • He believes that we should look at the cool things that have happened in our lives and see what we can do to bring them forward.
Dennis Rodman

Dennis Rodman's Identity

  • He talks like his mother, who is a spiritual person and has been playing for the truth for 55 years.
  • He believes that he is doing a lot of things that his mother has done in the past.
  • He thinks that he has experienced a lot of things in his life, both material and spiritual.
  • He wants to do something that will excite his life every day.
  • He believes that we should focus on the internal rather than the external when trying new things.
Dennis Rodman

Dennis Rodman's Expectations from the Public

  • He wants to know who would be fascinated by him and ask him questions.
  • He believes that people are fascinated by him because he has done everything in the world.
  • He wants to get 20 people to show him hindsight 2020 and give him 20 years of their lives.
  • He thinks that people should focus on their own lives rather than criticizing others.
  • He believes that people should be more positive and focus on the good things in life.
Dennis Rodman

Life Lessons from Dennis Rodman

  • China, Tokyo, and Hong Kong are trying to create a new regime.
  • People should try to see some type of weakness and consistency as far as happiness and joy with people.
  • People are too negative, and they will tell you to get the hell away from them quickly.
  • People are sad at the airport, but you will get more happiness in a hospital.
  • People are trying to bless the Holy Spirit to help in a hospital.
Dennis Rodman

Overcoming Pain

  • Not having money was the most joyful and happiest time in Dennis Rodman's life.
  • Living on the street got him going today.
  • Money hurts him more than anything in the world.
  • He didn't play the game for the money or to be famous; he just loves the game and making people happy.
  • He loves the fact that he doesn't like money because it got him where he is today.
Dennis Rodman

Identity and Expectations

  • People love American people, but they have no business but to deal with them.
  • People should not forget that a black guy broke a mirror together with Kim Jong-un.
  • People should not try to go too deep into something they don't know anything about.
  • People should live every day and be happy without hurting others.
  • He didn't play the game to be famous, but he loves the game and making people happy.
Dennis Rodman

Perspective on Life

  • Buddhism is a beautiful way to look at life through Dennis Rodman's eyes.
  • People should try to see some type of weakness and consistency as far as happiness and joy with people.
  • People are too negative, and they will tell you to get the hell away from them quickly.
  • People are sad at the airport, but you will get more happiness in a hospital.
  • People are trying to bless the Holy Spirit to help in a hospital.
Dennis Rodman

Overcoming Pain

  • Dennis Rodman talks about overcoming pain and challenges in life.
  • He shares about a difficult situation with his father and how he overcame it.
  • He didn't let the absence of his father deter him from living his life.
  • He chose to be friends with his father instead of being angry at him.
  • He believes that every little thing is going to be all right.
Dennis Rodman

Breaking Through Fear

  • Dennis Rodman talks about breaking through fear.
  • He shares about his relationship with his father and how he overcame his fear of him.
  • He chose to be friends with his father instead of being angry at him.
  • He didn't let the absence of his father deter him from living his life.
  • He believes that every little thing is going to be all right.
Dennis Rodman

Impactful People

  • Dennis Rodman talks about the impact of people in our lives.
  • He believes that we are fortunate or unfortunate based on who we meet in our lives.
  • He shares about meeting a monk who he believed was fully happy.
  • He wanted to experience that feeling of happiness.
  • He owes it all to the people he was exposed to in his life.
Dennis Rodman

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