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Moving Forward: Taking the Lead in Your Life By Dave Pelzer,

  • Title: Moving Forward: Taking the Lead in Your Life
  • Author: Dave Pelzer
  • ISBN: 9781599950655
  • Page: 434
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Self help expert Dave Pelzer teaches readers how to let go of the past, and use negative experiences to make them stronger when tackling the future Learning from our prior experiences, we can, and should, aspire to fulfill our dreams, making life better not only for ourselves but for others around us during the course of our life s journey, Dave writes in the introductiSelf help expert Dave Pelzer teaches readers how to let go of the past, and use negative experiences to make them stronger when tackling the future Learning from our prior experiences, we can, and should, aspire to fulfill our dreams, making life better not only for ourselves but for others around us during the course of our life s journey, Dave writes in the introduction I am of the belief that you do not have to be a mayor of a major metropolis or CEO of a Fortune 500 company in order to take a stand for your convictions, to lead, rally, or educate others for your cause or to maintain a vision that will pave the way for other generations to come The everyday, hardworking folks, God bless em, have and always will continue to, day in and day out, truly make an impact on their families, communities, jobs, America, and the world as a whole This is the philosophy that Dave will teach readers how to embrace From letting go of past hurts, to how to turn the experience gained from adversity into the power to live a better life and help others do the same, Dave Pelzer walks readers through the process with his trademark wisdom, support, and tough love.
    Moving Forward Taking the Lead in Your Life Self help expert Dave Pelzer teaches readers how to let go of the past and use negative experiences to make them stronger when tackling the future Learning from our prior experiences we can and sho

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    1. I picked up this book in time for the forthcoming New Year I wanted to be inspired Probably to get a better perspective on how I live my life Probably to help me improve on my weaknesses Probably to help me write my New Year s Resolutions.I did not get anything really It was not a totally a bad read though I only got reminded on somethings that I already knew from previous books and seminars that I attended in my previous companies I think I am either too old for self help books on behaviour mod [...]

    2. I was lucky enough to meet Dave Pelzer and have an autographed copy of this book For those of you who are unfamiliar with Dave s story, stop right now and go read his first book, A Child Called IT Dave suffered extreme physical, mental and emotional abuse as a very young child This specific book, is an inspirational book meant to help the reader shake off any victim mentality and be able to take charge of their lives It is simply written and flows smoothly.

    3. I mistakenly thought this was an additional book about his own life, but it s actually a self help book his first is called Help Yourself, I think I would not have chosen to read it as I haven t read anything like that in decades I almost stopped reading it and started something else, but then I realized the fortitude I wished to see in Pelzer in his first three books had finally arrived at the party.For individuals who are resilient and self reliant, there won t be much of anything new in this [...]

    4. Reading books by Dave Pelzer really teaches me something Every time i finish reading a book by this author i learn something new and he is unique from his writing and by his ideas He talks about life, setting goals, going from bad and much Due to his past, which was bad and abusive, he has learned to turn from something negative into something positive.This is very important because not many people knows how to do this and doesn t happen overnight It would take probably year, decade or probabl [...]

    5. An inspirational book that gives the reader motivational tools to try and move forward from distressing and tough periods of their lives.Pelzer speaks from the heart and at times though a little chastising and moralistic I guess he can speak from a standpoint that he knows where he is coming from after reading his life story trilogy.Overall a thoroughly good person, Pelzer uses his tough life to inspire others to delve deep into themselves to become the best person they can be in spite of their [...]

    6. I wanted to read this book because I ve already read two of Dave s books A child called it and The lost boy, which I found shocking but inspirational I was curious what this strong person had to say in Moving forward I found descriptions of his real life experiences really good I liked them and from them anybody can learn and get a strength for their own life if they are weak Dave made some really good points in this book which can help people who are stuck in the past, especially those who were [...]

    7. I picked this book up at a store in the Philadelphia airport yesterday It s not my normal read, far from it However, there was nothing close to interesting and this book was the right length for me to complete within my 5 hour trip back to Seattle.Surprisingly good If this was my genre of choice I would have given it 5 stars, but I have some difficulty immersing myself into self help awareness books But many of his comments still managed to find a home within me and had me questioning some of th [...]

    8. Audiobook I thought this book was a bit disjointed The author speaks throughout this book about turning bad into good How can you believe anything is good in life from such an abusive childhood is beyond my understanding Maybe this is a personality trait that is deep rooted into the author s DNA of being an optimist Anyhow kudos to the author for what he has made of himself today.

    9. I ve read Dave Pelzer s other books previously and enjoyed them I felt like Moving Forward was kind of a lot of bunk Lots of people can choose to move forward, but still may not succeed at what they want to do Others can move forward and get the world handed to them I know people who fall into both categories, and the happier people are the ones who don t have to work for anything.

    10. I am a big fan of Dave Have read al of his books and this is his most recent one For those who have suffered from abuse any type and any severity , this book is inspiring of telling us like it is and let s us knowe steps to move forward and we can.

    11. I had the opportunity to hear him speak and meet him personally and he blew me away What an amazing story and a strong spirit He was so encouraging when I spoke to him All about courage and moving on.

    12. I really learned from his other books, and this one was good for its intended audience I just don t think I am the intended audience If I know someone who is really stuck, wallowing in the past, this would be a good recommendation.

    13. Outstanding book Very quick read but one you will want to read again and again to let it all soak in Has a tough love feel to it very blunt at times and eye opening LOVE this book If you are a fan of Dave Pelzer then is a MUST read.

    14. When Dave Pelzer speaks, I tend to listen because of everything that he had to endure in his life I would have liked it better though if he hadn t at times used such strong language.

    15. I had the distinct pleasure of hearing Dave Pelzer speak, and I now have a signed copy of this book Dave s is an amazing story of tragedy become triumph What a wonderful man

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