Monthly Archives: January 2013

The ā€œDā€ Word

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Cover your eyes, because I’m about to type it. That’s right, the “D” word. This word is something that has a bad rap in the minds of most people, and I’m about to explain why it’s time to change the way we think about it. After all, you wouldn’t have formed a single good habit […]

Leadership 101

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There are many qualities that will help you along the way to creating the life you truly desire. Persistence, gratitude, and service are a few of many possible examples. But there’s one quality in particular that we can tend to overlook when taking stock of ourselves—the quality of leadership. We have a habit of telling […]

Podcast Episode 69: The Art of Goal Setting

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In The Loop with Andy Andrews, hosted by Andy Traub. On today’s podcast, Andy and A.T. discuss the techniques that are necessary to mastering goal setting.   Andy’s tip for goal-setting is to be honest with yourself If Moses had spent a little more time up on the mountain, he would have come down with […]

What Do I Do Now?

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After my last posting entitled “Here We Go …”, I have enjoyed reading your comments on the blog, on Twitter, and on Facebook. I have also talked to quite a few of you in person.  It has been interesting to note that as excited as we all seem to be, there is one question that […]

The Ramen Noodle School of Wisdom

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Instant Wisdom. That phrase or idea sounds like an oxymoron, doesn’t it? After all, isn’t wisdom something we can only obtain once we are old, seasoned, and possess a long, gray beard? Don’t we have to live things before we can possess wisdom about them? Actually…no. In fact, you can gain wisdom about something without […]

Podcast Episode 67: How to Wake Up in a Good Mood

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In The Loop with Andy Andrews, hosted by Andy Traub. Today’s podcast is the third and final episode featuring Andy’s manager, Robert D. Smith. Andy, Robert, and AT discuss mastering your morning mood and getting the most out of today.   Your mood in the morning affects everyone around you Your morning mood isn’t created […]

20,000 Days and Counting

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Today, I am posting the foreword I wrote for 20,000 Days and Counting, the first book my manager, Robert D. Smith, has ever written. After waiting over 30 years for him to write a book, I am so excited that, as of this week, it has finally been released. If you read one book to […]

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