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Do hard things : a teenage rebellion against low expectations
Harris, Alex
Teen Nonfiction BV4598.2 .H36 2008

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ContentsPage
Forewordp. xiii
Part 1 - Rethinking the Teen Years
1 - Most People Don't: A different kind of teen bookp. 3
2 - The Birth of a Big Idea: Rumblings of a rebelutionp. 9
3 - The Myth of Adolescence: Exposing the low expectations that are robbing our generationp. 26
4 - A Better Way: Reclaiming the teen years as the launching pad of lifep. 46
Part 2 - Five Kinds of Hard
5 - That First Scary Step: How to do hard things that take you outside your comfort zonep. 63
6 - Raising the Bar: How to do hard things that go beyond what's expected or requiredp. 86
7 - The Power of Collaboration: How to do hard things that are too big for you to do alonep. 107
8 - Small Hard Things: How to do hard things that don't pay off immediatelyp. 131
9 - Taking a Stand: How to do hard things that go against the crowdp. 146
Part 3 - Join the Rebelution
10 - Generation Rising: Creating a counterculture from scratch (and a dash of salt)p. 167
11 - A Thousand Young Heroes: Stories of new beginnings, impossible challenges, and the teens who are living themp. 183
12 - World, Meet Your Rebelutionaries: Transforming your mission from a decision into a destinyp. 210
Appendix - Do Hard Things, the Gospel, and Youp. 225
Notesp. 233
Acknowledgmentsp. 236


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