Oliver Anthony explains the importance of creating a vision for life with Jordan Peterson

Country singer Oliver Anthony sat down with former psychology professor Jordan Peterson to discuss his recent success and how creating a vision for his life was key to his success.

Anthony, who exploded in popularity last year with his song “Rich Men North of Richmond,” released a song called “Hell on Earth,” which includes a lyric about how many people “die and go to hell before they ever hit the ground.” This lyric, the singer explained, is meant to represent the monotonous feeling many people experience in life and how many people let go of the ambitions they had when they were young, according to the Daily Wire.

“For me, I didn’t want to die not taking that chance,” Anthony said in his discussion with Peterson. “You know, time is very precious. It seems
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