On Tuesday, September 7, my plan is to post some thoughts on the first two chapters of Do Hard Things: A Teenage Rebellion Against Low Expectations and I’d love to have you read and discuss along with me. I first heard about Do Hard Things from my good friend Edwin Crozier:
If you are a teenager or plan to be someday, if you have children or grandchildren who are teenagers or plan to be someday, if you know a teenager, if you used to be a teenager, this book is for you. One warning to the post-teenagers: if you wasted your teen years, this book will produce a bit of shame and guilt. However, for me, it did it in a positive way that hasn’t made me linger in shame but rather encouraged me to get moving right now.
So here’s your invitation. Pick up Do Hard Things: A Teenage Rebellion Against Low Expectations, read the first two chapters, and be ready to talk about it on September 7. Hope to see you then!