It’s Time to Give a FECK


Coming May 7, 2024

Where do we go from here?

What can we do to prove to one another that we really are in this together?

What contributions can we each make in the name of forgiveness, empathy, compassion, and kindness?

IT’S TIME TO GIVE A FECK is a call for the elevation of unity among humanity and a movement to transform empathy into action by choosing to become a part of the conversation surrounding the philosophical principles that matter for the betterment of our local and global societies. Open up its pages and join Chaz Ebert on a heartfelt journey of how the FECK Principles—forgiveness, empathy, compassion, and kindness—have prevailed through the most adverse circumstances and united strangers in the name of love. Be inspired by the stories and science that showcase how the elevation of our personal humanity is key to keeping humanity as a whole united.
If you care about changing the way things are and bringing more love — for yourself, for others, and for life itself — into your life, this book will give you the stories and strategies that move you into action and allow you to “Give a FECK” in any way, big or small, that fills your heart and the hearts of others.

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“This book doesn’t just advocate for decency – it exudes it. If we all followed Chaz Ebert’s lead, the world would be a more caring place.”

Adam Grant
#1 New York Times Bestselling Author of Hidden Potential and Think Again

“In It’s Time to Give a FECK, Chaz Ebert describes how to capture our best instincts as people and turn them into a healthy way of living. I hope that everyone has a chance to read it, and most importantly to live its principles.”

Chris Kelly
Co-owner, Sacramento Kings; Former Chief Privacy Officer, First General Counsel, and Head of Global Public Policy, Facebook

“Humanity doesn’t need complexity to solve our problems; we simply need to return to the undeniable power of forgiveness, empathy, compassion, and kindness. Inside, Chaz Ebert shows us just how.”

Emma Seppälä
PhD, Yale Lecturer & Author of The Happiness Track and Sovereign

“Bravo, Chaz Ebert, for rising to the occasion to share such an incredibly hopeful and realistic perspective on goodness in our world!”

Lawrence Bender
Producer, Inglourious Basterds, Pulp Fiction, Good Will Hunting, and more—films with 37 Academy Award nominations and 9 wins

“We all hold the ability to transform empathy into action for greater, more positive personal and global impact. With her words of wisdom, Chaz Ebert has beautifully showcased just how each of us can put this potential into action and, through our service to others, always keep hope alive.”

Reverend Jesse L. Jackson
Sr., Founder and President, Rainbow PUSH Coalition