Sometimes in life, its necessary to step back and to refocus, to go back the huddlea center place for information gathered, distributed for action, and executed. In Get Back to Your Huddle author Richard A. Robinson uses the analogy of the huddle, most common in sporting events and in the workplace, to help you understand the power of self-forgiveness, of letting go, and of moving on from past events or thoughts that may hinder progress.
Robinson explores the process of what it takes to get back to your huddle; its a thought process that unifies the spirit, mind, and body. He aligns the process with the Bible in a way that is open, honest, and truthful. Get Back to Your Huddle helps you become familiar with letting go of things that hold you down and to identify the thinking process of the harmful and destructive thoughts, emotions, and events you hold onto.
Using personal anecdotes and stories, Robinson shares how God has worked in his life, and he shows others how to get the focus back, find the peace that surpasses all understanding, and ultimately move on.