In his new book, The Road To Character, New York Times op-ed columnist, David Brooks, examines the balance between our “résumé virtues” (i.e. achieving wealth, fame, and status) and our “eulogy virtues” (those that come from the very core of our being — kindness, bravery, honesty, faithfulness, etc.) In a fascinating conversation with Charlie Rose, Brooks walks us through the thoughts that inspired the book, as well as some highlights of a few of the inspiring figures he profiles. He also tells the story of one of the most powerful memories of his adult life which took place on a sunny, random afternoon in his backyard with his kids. You can grab your own copy of The Road To Character on Amazon. For all FEELguide stories related to David Brooks be sure to visit David Brooks on FEELguide and follow him on Twitter.