You are not your job; New book offers a guide for managing risks : Here & Now How do we deal with risk? That's the topic of a new book by someone who has spent a career navigating risks with high costs: retired Gen. Stanley McChrystal. He joins us. And, the pandemic prompted many people to question their careers and relationship with work. Are you asking yourself: Does my job define me? Writer Arthur Brooks makes a case for why it shouldn't.

You are not your job; New book offers a guide for managing risks

You are not your job; New book offers a guide for managing risks

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How do we deal with risk? That's the topic of a new book by someone who has spent a career navigating risks with high costs: retired Gen. Stanley McChrystal. He joins us.

And, the pandemic prompted many people to question their careers and relationship with work. Are you asking yourself: Does my job define me? Writer Arthur Brooks makes a case for why it shouldn't.

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