We need a big idea of how things could be better -- a morally compelling, ecologically sustainable and socially just idea that will not just make things a little better for a few, but a lot better for everyone. And we need to get active.
The United States is still the wealthiest nation in the world -- we're far from broke. What's broken, though, is the way we allocate our considerable national resources. That's the message of The Story of Broke.
I believe, as do many others it turns out, that to correct our course we not only need to appeal to people's pocketbooks and health concerns but also to the creative, evocative right side of the brain.