Hugh Hewitt speaks to Clay about How Will You Measure Your Life?

Posted on May 23rd, by James in Press & Reviews. No Comments

Renowned radio presenter Hugh Hewitt has spoken to Clay about How Will You Measure Your Life. An excerpt from the interview:

I originally called a couple of months back to see if he would be available to talk about health care, and found out a new book of his was coming out, which he has co-authored with James Allworth and Karen Dillon, which is titled How Will You Measure Your Life. And I got it, and I read it, and it’s terrific. Every freshman seminar in America ought to read this, and I am going to make my law students read it next year.

I want to begin right in the middle with what I think is probably the most important of many important chapters. It’s on what we pursue. You write, “Many of us are wired with a need for achievement.” I want to begin with a first question. Why is that, Professor Christensen? Why are many of us wired with a need for achievement?

Jump over to Hugh’s website to see the answer to this and a range more questions.

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