Arthur C. Brooks
|Born||May 21, 1964|
|Hometown||Spokane, Washington, United States|
|Spouse||Ester Munt (m 1991 - present)|
Rounding life's second curve a hard road of self discovery
- It took Jack Craven 20 years to grasp that running his family's wholesale business selling goods to discount stores wasn't how he wanted to spend the second half of his life. “I realized that I wasn’t taking ownership of what I really wanted,” said Craven, who lives in suburban Chicago. At times, it's transforming a side hustle as Craven did.
- Tampa Bay Times, St. Petersburg, Fla.
Book Talk: Kristen Hare talks travel
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Two Tallahassee authors among winners of Florida Book Awards for 2021
How to return civility to US politics
- EntertainmentTallahassee Democrat
'It's a great story': In David Powell's new book, Cubans tell of coming to America
David Powell will present the book, "Ninety Miles and a Lifetime Away: Memories of Early Cuban Exiles," at 7 p.m. March 3, at Midtown Reader.Thanks for your feedback!
- LifestyleTallahassee Democrat
In new book, Arthur Brooks pursues how to be happy in your second act
"From Strength to Strength" author and Harvard professor Arthur Brooks will sign books and speak at Village Square dinner on March 8.Thanks for your feedback!
- NewsBusiness Insider
Wall Streeters peak between 36 and 40, according to a Harvard social scientist. Here's what they forget to plan for in the second half of their lives.
In 'From Strength to Strength,' Arthur Brooks explains why many financial high achievers face a rude awakening as they approach retirement.Thanks for your feedback!
- LifestyleThe Daily Beast
America, Let’s Stay Together. Even if It’s Just for the Kids.
Photo Illustration by The Daily Beast/Photos GettyAmerica is coming apart at the seams. Senators are being hounded in bathrooms and airports by the left for pumping the brakes on progressive spending bills. Meanwhile, parents and kids are being harassed by people on the right for wearing masks. It seems like the only thing we can all agree on these days is that there are now two Americas. The logical conclusion, according to some, is to call it quits. To split up. To move out.According to a receThanks for your feedback!
- PoliticsCBS News
Arthur Brooks discusses his disagreements with Trump at National Prayer Breakfast
Major Garrett spoke to Harvard professor and conservative scholar Arthur Brooks for this week's episode of "The Takeout."Thanks for your feedback!
- NewsCharlotte Observer
Trump message at the National Prayer Breakfast: Bash your enemies
Americans typically think of the “wall of separation” between church and state as a needed barrier to protect civil government from undue intrusion by forces of organized religion. The Jeffersonian notion of secularized government, though, was not the wall’s only driver.Thanks for your feedback!
- PoliticsUSA TODAY Opinion
After impeachment acquittal, Trump uses prayer breakfast for political target practice
It was Trump's second squandered opportunity this week, after a State of the Union performance he turned into an extended campaign advertisement.Thanks for your feedback!
- PoliticsThe Independent
Trump lashes out at enemies as he comes face to face with Pelosi at Prayer Breakfast
Donald Trump has lashed out at Nancy Pelosi as he came face to face with her for the first time since his impeachment acquittal, accusing her of religious hypocrisy as they attended a National Prayer Breakfast.In his signature brash fashion, Mr Trump started by going after Ms Pelosi, saying Democrats had put his family and himself through a "terrible ordeal by some very dishonest and corrupt people."Thanks for your feedback!
- HealthThe Atlantic
In July, Arthur C. Brooks wrote about how to make the most of it. Arthur C. Brooks’s insightful piece really hit home for me. Not a week goes by when I don’t hold the hand of a dying person or sign a death certificate.Thanks for your feedback!
- PoliticsFox Business
Capitalism needs a better argument on its behalf: American Enterprise Institute president
A new documentary, "The Pursuit," explores why Capitalism is the only way to lift people out of poverty.Thanks for your feedback!