[Book Review: THE BUTTERFLY EFFECT by Andy Andrews]
Every single thing you do matters.
It is too easy to get lost in the big world and think that what you do is insignificant. It is too easy to think that unless you’re a president or a TV show star, no one except your immediate friends and relatives is affected by what you do. However, even if all you do is sweep the streets and other behind-the-scenes jobs, it matters! That is the main topic of the Butterfly Effect book by Andy Andrews, the New York Times bestselling author and inspirational corporate speaker.
I loved how Andy used stories about common people to show how important the implications of what they did were for the world as we know it these days. Who knows, maybe the next person you’ll help on the street by giving them directions will change the world.
This gift book is ideal for Young Adults age group as well as older people.
I would highly recommend this book because it touches upon a very important issue – in the age when the separation gap between people becomes wider and wider – some get extremely popular and some remain in the shadows – everyone needs to know that what they do affects their surroundings… and beyond.
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