Richard Lui is an anchor and journalist at MSNBC/NBC News. He also produced an Academy Award-qualifying documentary feature film, Sky Blossom, which features the stories of students caring for their loved ones who served in the military. Richard joins How We Got Here to talk about his new book, "Enough About Me: The Unexpected Power of Selflessness." Richard shares his thoughts on today's selfish pandemic and harnessing gratitude to improve our relationships with one another. He reflects on how reporting on hate crimes and other racist acts has affected his feelings of grief and loss. Richard also talks about his experience as a long-distance caregiver through the pandemic.
Visit RichardLui.com to learn more about Richard and his book "Enough About Me: The Unexpected Power of Selflessness."
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Listen to the previous episode of How We Got Here featuring Longevity Project founder and When I'm 64 podcast host Ken Stern.
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