Recently, I have noticed that there seems to be a shortage of hope in the world.
Despite the incredible progress that we have made as a species, everything seems to be a mess. There are problems everywhere we look.
Yet despite these problems, we need hope to give meaning and direction to our suffering.
This article will reflect on the nature of hope and the three ingredients that constitute it. It will also consider what leaders can do to cultivate genuine hope (and not false hope) among their followers.