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Lizards Eat Butterflies Audiobook Summary

Lizards Eat Butterflies unveils David’s deepest passion about how we’re living on this planet and how we could do so much more to improve our experience with a shift in perspective. In a triumph of cutting-edge science, social commentary, and deeply personal life experience, he shows us that, with an alteration in perspective, that which stands in the way of our humanity is an illusion that can be eradicated.

Far from being a twelve-step program—this is the un-program in twelve sections—Lizards Eat Butterflies deconstructs the myths that trap us into victimhood, isolation, and futility. Having traveled the world for three decades of work and with the worldwide film success of Future Dreaming, along with many lectures and workshops, he weaves the narrative of this book to create a tapestry of provoking, thoughtful, and considered reexaminations of our dominant myths and perspective impairments. Lizards is a practical conversation starter to defuse the explosive challenges of inadequacy, indifference, and apathy.

Lizards Eat Butterflies Audiobook Narrator

David E. Martin is the narrator of Lizards Eat Butterflies audiobook that was written by David E. Martin

About the Author(s) of Lizards Eat Butterflies

David E. Martin is the author of Lizards Eat Butterflies

Dr. David Martin, founder and CEO of MCAM, is an author, public speaker, business visionary, professor, oracle, researcher, father, and friend. He has served as a financial, business, and government advisor in over 120 countries and has been featured for three decades in media and speaking around the world.

Lizards Eat Butterflies Full Details

Narrator David E. Martin
Length 6 hours 45 minutes
Author David E. Martin
Publisher Blackstone Publishing
Release date February 06, 2023
ISBN 9781799968382


According to Blackstone Publishing, the Publisher of Lizards Eat Butterflies Audiobook, Lizards Eat Butterflies includes the following subjects: The BISAC Subject Code is Social Science, General

Additional info

The imprint is Waterside Productions, Inc.. It is supplied by Blackstone Publishing. The ISBN-13 is 9781799968382.

Global Availability

This book is only available in the United States.

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