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Out of the Fog: Why Kindness Isn't Free with Houston Kraft

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What does it mean to be kind in today’s world when we need it more and understand it less? Houston Kraft discusses the gap between believing and doing, being nice and being kind, and how to form meaningful habits that orient us toward compassion.

Houston Kraft is a speaker, author, and kindness advocate who has spoken at more than 600 schools and events internationally. In 2016, he co-founded CharacterStrong: curriculum and trainings that transform the way schools teach social-emotional learning, character education, and Kindness. To date, they have worked with more than 2500 schools globally serving more than 1 million students. In 2019, his face was featured on Lays BBQ chip bags as someone who helps "spread smiles.” His new book is “Deep Kindness.” Find out more about Houston and his work at deepkindness.com.

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