The term “unprecedented time” is used often these days. It is difficult to find a more apt description for this moment as individuals, families and communities navigate an ever-increasing list of challenges. From recent protests against systemic injustice to the COVID-19 pandemic to economic uncertainty to a national election cycle, anxiety, isolation and fear continue to fuel divisiveness and anger.
In times like these, how can each one of us serve as the strong, compassionate leaders our communities need?
America is in a crisis not of politics or policy, but of love. Using a blend of cutting-edge behavioral science, art, and history, Arthur Brooks demonstrates the roots of this crisis and its solutions not just in our personal lives, but even in politics and policy. This discussion provides an understanding of love that can make us happier people, better leaders, and more successful as a nation and society.