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We bring season five of the Givers, Doers, & Thinkers podcast to a close with John Cuddeback, professor at Christendom College and founder of LifeCraft.

This week on Givers, Doers, & Thinkers, Jeremy speaks with John Cuddeback about the art of crafting a joyful, rich, and worthy life.  

John Cuddeback is a professor of philosophy at Christendom College, where he has taught since 1997. He writes often for academic and nonacademic publications and is the author of True Friendship: Where Virtue Becomes Happiness. John is the founder of LifeCraft, a community project that applies natural wisdom to the modern world with particular attention paid to issues related to household, friendship, work, and stewardship.

Jeremy and John begin with the importance of meaningful relationships in the pursuit of a joy-filled life. John offers insights into the type of home environment humans crave and why the answer is less intuitive to younger parents. What are the daily rhythms and principles that lead families to a life of virtue? What are the makings of genuine friendship? How does a man become a leader in his home? What does it mean to be a good steward? John addresses all of this and more in this season's final episode.
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