In his latest book, Andy Stanley proposes that while there are several paths one can take in life, it is up to each of us to choose the path that will take us from where we are to where we want to be. Stanley discusses at length the fact that, throughout life, we will come to many “forks-in-the-road” and that the choices we make at these crossroads ultimately comprise the fabric of our lives.
In his classic easy-to-read style, Stanley takes each concept and principle and transforms them into understandable bite-size morsels that the reader can easily digest. Without revealing too much, Stanley gracefully weaves his stories, anecdotes, quotes, and life principles with his usual wit, charm, and likability.
While this book is certainly appropriate for all ages, I believe it is especially timely for those in high school and college as they search for their adult beginnings and start their own life journey, as Stanley directly addresses such topics as relationships and finances.
I would definitely recommend this book to anyone searching for a better decision-making ability.
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