"Do Hard Things" inspired thousands of young people around the world to make the most of their teen years. Now the Harris brothers are back and tackle the questions their previous work inspired: How do I get started? and How do I inspire others?"Do Hard Things" inspired thousands of young people around the world to make the most of their teen years. Now the Harris brothers are back and tackle the questions their previous work inspired: How do I get started? and How do I inspire others?Read Less
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Start Here is an excellent follow-up to the Harris twins' first book, Do Hard Things. Both of these titles are definitely recommendable to any teen on the planet. Although the motto of "do hard things" is targeted towards Christians, I could see it being implemented into the daily lives of other teens as well.
This book features many stories of regular teens who decided to do something hard. It really helps to illustrate that whether your task at hand is big or small, as long as you're doing a "hard" thing, you are strengthening yourself and preparing for the next bigger and "harder" thing in your life.
"When your heart and mind are alert, you can see opportunities to do hard things in everyday things.... Your primary goal isn't to do something extraordinary but to do all things, even the ordinary things, extraordinarily well."
- Chapter 2, Start Here
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