‘You can sow seeds of positivity and not gossip and be kind, and that goes so much further than pushing a Bible on someone,’ the morning show host writes in a column for Moneyish.
Ainsley Earhardt is a co-host of Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” the No. 1 cable morning news show in the country. Her just-released memoir, “The Light Within Me,” recounts her spiritual journey with faith and how it has impacted her career trajectory. Moneyish asked Earhardt to write a column about whether religion and morality have a place at work.
I believe there’s a place for goodness and love in everything I do.
Having faith allows me to try to be the best person I can be. Now, that doesn’t mean I’m walking down the halls of Fox, where I am a morning news anchor, reading scripture and playing Christian music — you can sow seeds of positivity and not gossip and be kind, and that goes so much further than pushing a Bible on someone.
There are ways to let your light shine without shoving it down people’s throats.