Monthly Archives: August 2013

How to Find Your Own “Noticer”

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In this video blog, I answer a great question from a reader: “How can I find someone like a Jones in my own life? How can I find my own Noticer?” Video Notes:   Many times people asking this question are waiting way too long for their “noticer” to appear. In order to attract people […]

Podcast Episode 99: The Art of Acknowledgment

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In The Loop with Andy Andrews, hosted by The Robert D.  On this week’s episode, I talk about the importance of acknowledging people publically for what they do.   It’s amazing how many times people are un-thanked, un-appreciated, and unacknowledged. This is something I noticed at a young age. Bear Bryant would comment on players’ […]

The 3 Undeniable Benefits of Adversity

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Having read several hundred biographies during my adult life, I feel somewhat qualified to comment upon the general concept of adversity. I’ll cut to the chase… The huge common denominator that is present in the lives of great achievers is adversity. In fact, I will go so far as to say that in the greatest […]

A Good Man Doing “Something”

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“All that is necessary for evil to prosper is that good men do nothing.” That is a paraphrase of the famous quote by Edmund Burke. Knowing this proverb to be true in any form, however, why don’t more of us step forward, raise our voices, and make the difference that is so desperately needed in […]

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