What Would You Do?

Words of Wisdom About Doing the Right Thing

What Would You Do?

This book is a collection of the valuable lessons I’ve learned from all those years of conducting our WWYD laboratory of human behavior. The issues we showcase occur every day in America. In fact, the issues occur in most of the world. But they happen mostly in the shadows, when we think no one is watching or listening. We at WWYD have simply chosen to shine a light on them. The results are so fascinating and revealing that today schools and universities throughout the country use our WWYD segments in their psychology and sociology classes. Virtually every day I get e-mails and tweets from fans of the show telling me, “John, I had a What Would You Do? moment today! Where were you?!!”

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