John Suzuki: What are the dangers of a divided country?

John Suzuki believes we all have three careers; first to learn and go to school, second to earn and make a living, and third to return and give back. Now in his third career of giving back, John’s mission is to make the world better by inspiring people to live with less fear and divisiveness and bring a little more love into the world. John’s skills include inspirational speaking, storytelling, problem-solving, technology evangelism, sales & marketing, and relationship building. His authentic and sincere spirit and caring for people are always appreciated by those around him. Happily married for nearly 40 years, John and his wife split their time between Seattle and San Diego where their children and grandkids live. In episode 378 of the Fraternity Foodie Podcast, we find out why John believes that the third stage in life is to give back, what are the dangers of a divided and broken country, why he decided to write about the story of Shiro “Kash” Kashino in his book “American Grit – From a Japanese American Concentration Camp Rises an American War Hero”, how the most hated Americans ultimately defeat America’s enemies, what happened to these heroes after World War II concluded, what we need to do as citizens to ensure that it never happens again, how we can live in a society with less fear and more love, and what the response has been to the book. Enjoy!