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 […]
In this video blog, I answer a reader question: How do I be a good influence on friends who aren’t necessarily a good influence on me? Blog Notes: You can be the kind of friend that other people need to be without getting in the pool with them. You don’t have to chain yourself to […]
I’m curious… How long has it been since you “made somebody’s day” with a word or deed having no expectation or thought of personal reward for the action? As a society, it would be nice if we could encourage everyone. Obviously, whether we consider the concept unrealistic or even unimportant, it isn’t happening, is it? […]
In this video blog, I answer a reader question: How does someone start over after a divorce? – See more at: http://andyandrews.com/#sthash.u7WOw4Bf.dpuf Notes: You become the people with whom you spend time. Your mom told you this years ago, but it’s still true for adults. What is a true friend? Many people say, “A […]
How do you convince people to read books that you know can change their lives? How can you make them want to do it themselves? Make them aware of the statistics about reading: They have a lower divorce rate. They get promoted at a higher rate. They make more money. You may not necessarily want […]
In this video blog, Andy answers the question: What’s the best way to influence people to take charge of their life? What are some ways you’ve influenced friends or family to start taking charge of their life? Let everyone know by leaving a comment below!
In football, there is a common expression designed to keep players focused on what they can control. They are coached to “compete from the snap to the whistle.” This, of course, means that each player is supposed to give 100% from the time each play starts (when ball is snapped), to the time the whistle […]