A Q&A with Dacher Keltner, author of a new book on the psychology of power.
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He saved some Jews lives by letting them work for him. He could of got in a lot of trouble for helping them.
People who made a positive contribution to the world, in the fields of science, arts, literature, human rights, religion, sport and politics.
One person can make a difference. A girl was throwing starfish into the water because the tide was going out and if she didn't they would die. A man came and said, "you can't make a difference, there are tons of starfish on the beach". But then she said, "I made a difference to that one".