Everyone makes mistakes, big and small. Sometimes our mistakes take us down the wrong path and send us spiraling into destructive life patterns, and sometimes we learn a lesson and never make the same mistake again. But how? How do we recognize our destructive patterns, make new choices, and then follow through?
In Never Go Back, best-selling author Dr. Henry Cloud shares 10 doorways to success - and once we walk through these new pathways, we never go back again. His proven method - based on grace, not guilt - outlines 10 common life patterns that sabotage success and lays out clear, concrete steps you can take to overcome them. You'll see your relationships flourish, your personal life enhanced, and your faith strengthened. Dr. Cloud's powerful message reveals doorways to understanding - once you enter them, you will get from where you were to where you want to be. With a winning combination of eternal principles, spiritual wisdom, and modern scientific data, Never Go Back will put your heart in the right place with yourself and with God.
©2014 Dr. Henry Cloud (P)2014 Tantor Audio
Life changing material. Many AHA moments.
He didn't read the book smoothly. Each word was read one by one rather than as reading a story. There was no intonation....monotonous. It was so bad that I almost returned the book, but the material was so good that I stuck it out. I would love to listen again, as I do with some books with such helpful information, but I cannot bring myself to tolerate the narrator again.
No. I drive about 500 miles each week so I listen while I am driving.
This is such an awesome book with wonderful, life changing material, but PLEASE, PLEASE get a different narrator. I believe this book will lose people it needs to reach only because of the narrator.
Dr. Henry Cloud, the author of course.My brain just couldn't make the connection to the voice of Michael Prichard even though he is an excellent narrator. Dr. Henry Cloud has a familiar voice in the way of a beloved uncle who tells interesting stories. The book could have been excellent but the cadence from a disciplined voice could not carry the heartbeat of the subject matter.
The content ranks at the top, which is par for Dr. Henry Cloud. What could be complex concepts are broken down into easy to relate examples. These numbered concepts are the building blocks for any person wanting to review or learn new points for personal growth and achievement.
Dr. Cloud's theme and content.
DR. HENRY CLOUD. He's the best narrator of his work! See him on YouTube or try ANY book he narrates.
Since I am very familiar with Dr.. Cloud's work I didn't do either however I did have a perpetual smile on my face as I went through each chapter!
Read it! Now!
While I enjoyed the stories and insights, I would not recommend the audio version of the book to a friend. Ebook or physical, yes...audio NO. The narrator was bland; he sounded like Paul Harvey's "...And that is the rest of the story.", using the same monotone through the entire read. Not painful to listen to, just not pleasant to my ears. Could just be me, but I wish that I would have tried a sample before I bought it.
I did enjoy the books narrated by the author himself.
Besides the narrator being very dry, this is a typical Henry Cloud book: brilliant. I appreciated the wide range of stories from family to business. It is definitely worth the listen, and I have already told several of the stories to other people.
Henry Cloud writes books that change lives and this one is full of solid steps and illustrations that take the concepts and help make them a reality. This book integrates spiritual, psychological, business and personal living in a way that is seamless.
The stories are all very helpful in making all the points stand out.
He is very professional and precise in his reading. I think listening kept me from skimming and his voice is slow which slowed me down.
No. I would have had information overload.
I think the contractions in this book were a bit distracting in read form. It seemed too formal and since I've heard Dr. Cloud speak many times, it just didn't capture the tone of his personal speaking.
I really believe that if you have no God to answer to and to call on when it gets really tough, when your goals are based purely on fruits of this world, or even a better 'you' - the lessons don't really take root deep enough, and your drive to change or succeed may become based on purely selfish reasons. Or simply, you just get your reasons 'wrong'. Anyway... when you really think about it, you pick up a book like this when you are ready to go deeper. When a "think happy thoughts, say nice things, do a jig, say Thank You to the universe' book (or even, books) didn't quite do it for you. I also love the fact that it was written by a psychologist.
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