A hundred years from now we will look back on these guys are drum majors for transformation. How lucky can we get? Stories, stories, stories, well told with humor and self-effacement. Saving the world, as it turns out, is the ordinary good sense and strong hearts of regular folks like you and me!
Read Small Stories, Big Changes to rev up your courage, then pass it along to a fellow agent of change. Together, we can thrive. Lyle Estill is a force of nature and a natural connector. He loves bringing good people together to do great things. It's one of the most encouraging books I've read in a long time, giving real-life examples of the challenges and triumphs of people who are making the world a better place. Lyle introduces each writer with a personal, often funny tale. Taken together, the introductions give you a portrait of Lyle himself as an activist always on the lookout for synergy.
Dipping into Small Stories, Big Changes is like getting a group hug from funny, smart people who are making a difference. Some are famous, such as Mother Earth News publisher Bryan Welch. Some, like Lyle, I already know, so I can see that Lyle's portraits are spot on. The rest I'm glad to find in these pages and now hope to meet in person. Highly recommended.