Two-term former Ohio Governor John R. Kasich is a politician, a New York Times bestselling author and a former Fox television host. In 2016, he ran for president in a field of 16 GOP candidates and was the last to withdraw before Donald Trump became the nominee.
Audiences might be surprised, then, to hear him say that he’s not very interested in politics. After listening to his impassioned thoughts on the state of our nation, however, you’ll understand where he’s coming from. Kasich believes that we need to reach beyond politics and the issues that divide us to achieve solutions through unity and resilience. With a focus on civility and purpose, Kasich offers insight into a view of humanity that inspires self-reflection, invites action and motivates all of us to strive to be better citizens.
Kasich offers his reflections on business, government, the history of change, as well as the power of individuals to affect change at the local level and turn that momentum into something bigger. The four-time author takes a page from his New York Times bestseller, Two Paths: America Divided or United to advocate for the simplicity that comes from “living a bigger life than ourselves” as an antidote to what divides us.
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