Inspired by the worldwide No. 1 bestseller Tuesdays with Morrie, join Mitch Albom as he explores the themes he and his old professor spoke about as Morrie was leaving the world, and how they relate to leading a better life. An interactive show with listener and occasional guest participation, “Tuesday People” is a community interested in knowing what matters in life, keeping that in perspective, and applying it to make our days happier and more fulfilling.
Morrie said, “If you don’t like the culture, don’t buy it.” It’s as pertinent today as it was when Morrie uttered these words over 20 years ago. From the culture of celebrity we face today, to the obsession with divisive politics, all of these are part of a cultural environment that sometimes we don’t feel we’re a part of.
Perhaps the most important lesson Mitch Albom learned from his beloved professor, Morrie Schwartz, was the importance of giving to others.
Morrie said there was no substitute for the experience of having children. The hosts discuss the importance of family, the decision to have – or to not have – children and how today’s decisions will affect you later in life.
Age is not a competition, but we often see it as such. In this episode, we’ll discuss, through Morrie’s wisdom, how to look at what is good, true and beautiful in your own life right now.
Guest Dr. Phil McGraw joins Mitch Albom to discuss who he keeps close and how he chooses those he spends his precious time with
In 1975, a young Mitch Albom, a freshman student at Brandeis University, walked into a sociology class taught by Morrie Schwartz. and so began a relationship that would not only change both of their lives, but the lives of millions of others along the way.