Saturday, February 9, 2013

Do Hard Things

As a mother of a teenager, I can attest to the growing movement of low expectations for the current generation of teens.  This pervasive attitude is subtle, yet so harmful.  For young adults today, it is a challenge to overcome this apathetic attitude of just do enough to get by.  

Just when I thought there was no hope for change, Alex and Brett Harris prove that teens can rise above the current culture and affect change in the world.  Not only do these twin brothers do more than just the average teenager, if one even exists, they also motivate others to do more, too.  They admit it is not easy, it will be hard, it will take you out of your comfort zone, and you can't do it alone.  But you can do it!

Thank you, Brett and Alex, for restoring my hope in teenagers of today.

I received this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review.  Read the first chapter or check out this video.

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