Great, inspiring book, but the narration was rife with mispronunciations, which was pretty annoying.
In a nutshell, our problems are not caused by our circumstances, but "the story" we tell ourselves about the situation. The real power of the book is Katie's simple, straightforward 4 step approach which can break through our resistance and help us understand this powerful concept. I find it to be a very practical and useful device which produces great results fast. I am already seeing them in my life.
Great book, terrible narration. Filled with errors.
The guy needs to learn how to read. An absolutely abysmal job.
There are so many errors in the narration of this book, a new version should be released.
As a person who has struggled with alcohol all my adult life, I found this book to be extremely helpful. The author says that willpower, nor knowledge alone will not get you to stop drinking. Instead he builds a powerful case, that the only way to stop is to convince yourself that stopping drinking will cause less pain than continuing to drink. The trick is TRULY to believe it. I have tried countless times to stop drinking, but Craig builds a powerful case using his own travails, to make the case. I have not been able to conquer alcohol because there was always a part of me that didn't want to stop. This book hopefully can make me a permanent believer. I highly recommend this book to those who have struggled with any addiction.
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