Helping is part of what it means to be human. But, it isn’t always easy to turn your intentions into impact.

How to Help is for everyone who wants a life and career with more meaning, virtue, and impact on the world and on the people around them​.

Summary On January 4 , Elizabeth Holmes, the founder and CEO of the blood testing company Theranos, was found guilty of defrauding her investors. Listen to Tyler Shultz—one of the principle whistleblowers—reflect on the trial and verdict, sharing a perspective that only he can. About Our Guest Tyler Shultz graduated from Stanford with a Biology…

More About Aaron Miller

I’m a professor of social innovation, nonprofits, and business ethics in the Marriott School of Business at Brigham Young University. I’m fascinated by how all of us can be better helpers.

My work has included advising millions of dollars in charitable giving, developing ethics tools for US Special Operations Forces, and mentoring dozens of social impact startups. With my friends Brad Agle and Bill O’Rourke, we wrote The Business Ethics Field Guide, based on five years of research into hundreds of ethical dilemmas that people face at work.

I live in Provo, Utah where my wife, Katie, and I do our best  to raise four teenage boys.


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