For this episode, Tim shared his thoughts on genuine people versus hypocrites, and we discussed how everyone is hypocritical and genuine depending on the situation. Listen on for more.
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1:00 – Tim’s random thought: What are the common characteristics do people look for in friends?
5:00 – Hypocrites are drawn to genuine people
8:35 – Hypocrites usually know they are hypocrites but they still do it; mentioned Charles Chu’s article on lies
10:35 – What Vance thinks could be the reason why we don’t tell others our troubles
13:20 – Mentioned Zat Rana’s article on friendship
15;45 – Mid-twenties to late-twenties are the years we start to contemplate our friendships and relationships
18:00 – Fallen out with old friends because of differences and did things become better after that?
19:55 – Do females fall out with other females more often than males fall out with males?
24:15 – Males have simpler minds compared to females and males can overlook certain things
26:50 – Most of us like similar people and thus tend to interact more with people like us
28:20 – People change over time, whether it’s for the better or worse, and that’s why our social circle expand and shrink constantly
30:05 – Sometimes being hypocritical is necessary for some of us to get what we need in certain situations
32:00 – Episode wrap-up
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Audio file size: 33.13MB