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Improving Your Work-life

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This week, Andy answers two listener questions!  Our first question is from a massage therapist whose management refuses to address issues with clients acting inappropriately.  The second question is from a pastor who is struggling with leading his church to serve the community. He wants advice on how to delegate…and how to improve his leadership.  […]

Dealing with Negative People

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 This week, Andy answers two listener questions! Our first question is from someone who wants to know how to deal with people who are listening only in order to respond…and not listening with an ear to resolving the situation. The second question is from a reader who wants to know how to turn concepts […]

Imagination and Direction

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This week, Andy answers two listener questions! Our first question is from a writer who has made a living writing for others, but when it comes to writing for her own purposes, she freezes. The second question is from an employee who genuinely likes his supervisor as a person. He has supported the supervisor for […]

Stepping up Your Career

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This week’s question comes from a mother who is unsure if she should be happy with her salary, or if there is something more she should be going after. Be sure to listen for Andy’s take on why forgiveness is about YOU—and how it is a decision, not an emotion. If you have a question […]

Communicating with Millennials

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On this week’s episode, Andy talks about the important difference between perspective and perception. Our question comes from a sales team leader who is having trouble getting millennial employees comfortable with face-to-face interaction. Be sure to listen for Andy’s take on how Jimmy Stewart’s perspective of himself was influenced by impressionists. If you have a […]

The Answer is Probably “No.”

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Every year, about this time, I field a handful of inquiries from a head football coach or his staff. Often, someone else talked to them about me months earlier and for whatever reason at the time, no one reached out. Now, however, if the season is not going as they had hoped it might, some […]