Matt Dajer: Oh, God, you're beautiful. Thomas Brag: Alright, thank you guys for having us. So, when was the last time you felt most alive? Was it when you were watching TV at home before going to bed for three hours or playing video games? Or was it going to work? Or going to the same bar you go to every weekend? Or was it when you took a big risk, when you walked up to a stranger and said "hi" and suddenly became friends? Or when you went on a spontaneous trip having no idea what might happen?
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Harrison Zuritsky , Staff Writer December 16, Although our lives may be busy, often times we neglect experiences that help us grow, such as connecting with new people, because we are scared to take risks. Enter Yes Theory. So, what is Yes Theory? With 4. Yes Theory wants to unite people from different backgrounds; the group invited an Arab and an Israeli on a trip together, and the two became great friends afterwards. The concept of Yes Theory is applicable to everyday life—especially in high school.
Yes Theory is a movement that encourages people to say yes to things that put them outside of their comfort zones built around a YouTube channel featuring Thomas Brag, Matt Dajer, and Ammar Kandil with 2 cameramen and a single editor. Derin Emre is also a Co-founder but he left the group in Yes Theory first gained national media attention with their message of inclusivity in the wake of terror attacks. Their content has been praised as experiencing foreign cultures in "a fresh and authentic way";  and "consistently radiating positivity and promote living life with an open mind, exactly what YouTube and the world needs" . They also make a point of trying to put themselves in difficult, mentally challenging situations, or in their words to "Seek Discomfort" and not to stay comfortable in your bed all day long and to go chase your dreams.