Guest: David Brooks
How do you want to be remembered after you die? For your achievements, your status, your wealth? Or would it be for your kindness, your courage, or your integrity? New York Times columnist DAVID BROOKS believes that too many of us are focused on “resume” virtues instead of “eulogy” virtues, something he wrestles with himself. In his new book, Road to Character, Brooks’ borrows lessons from historical figures like Saint Augustine, Samuel Johnson, Dwight Eisenhower, and Frances Perkins for building meaningful, moral and fulfilling lives.