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Enough About Me equips you with practical tools to find meaning and compassion in even the smallest of everyday choices. It is also a look into the Asian-American experience and the "model minority" myth.
What if your path to a more successful, healthy, and satisfying life is actually not about you?
When his father was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease, Richard Lui did something tough. The award-winning news anchor decided to set aside his growing career to care for family. Selflessness, however, did not come easily. So, Richard set out to explore why he struggled.
In every decision, big and small, Lui discovered hidden opportunities to put others ahead of himself. Similar to training physical muscles, we must train our decision-making muscles to choose others over ourselves in order to have unexpected smiles and renewed balance in our lives.
From a journalist's point of view, he digs into and shares stories from his seven-year "selfless" exploration and ultimately shares how small choices toward selflessness are not a compromise, but instead a way to a more satisfying life. Choice by choice, step by step, the path to a more satisfying and fulfilling journey is right here in the people around us. (Zondervan)
Richard Lui has more than 30 years in television, film, technology, and business. Currently working for MSNBC / NBC News and previously with CNN Worldwide, he is a team Emmy and Peabody winning journalist. Richard’s 15-year business career involves a fintech patent and launching six tech brands over three business cycles.
Jarrett Hill is an award-winning journalist, sought-after host, moderator, and interviewer. He is president of the national association of black journalists of Los Angeles and currently co-hosts fanti from maximum fun, one of apple podcasts’ ‘best of 2020,’ with tre'vell anderson. Jarrett guests and contributes to msnbc and cnn international, and contributes to the new york times, variety, nbc news, and channel q, among others. he also recently covered the 2020 presidential election for channel q, where he co-hosted a daily show, drop the subject.