Whether it's learning how to "Sail Above Rough Seas" or "Move Mountains", Andy Andrews has an array of speech topics that can cater to your organization or company's needs with direct results to your bottom line.
For 5 years, the specific content of NYT’s best-selling author, Andy Andrews, was a secret. Well, secret is the wrong word - it was private. One organization so benefited from the wisdom and expertise that they contractually requested that Andy not speak in their industry nor publish this content. Their business grew by 338%!
Now, Andy’s newest title, The Bottom of the Pool, releases to follow his many best-sellers. Andy firmly believes that individuals, teams and companies determine what is “possible”... but we are often operating from incomplete or incorrect information. He developed this 60 minute keynote for audiences of all sizes and styles - leadership teams, plenary sessions and sales conferences.
In this keynote, attendees will learn specific thought processes for impactful decisions AND be challenged to unlearn self-canceling ideas.
Join Andy Andrews on a fast-paced exploration of The Seven Decisions that determine personal success. These life-changing truths are based on extracts from his international bestselling book, The Traveler's Gift. In this address, Andrews pokes fun at our perception of ordinary themes and explains these seven principles in a way you have never heard before. He doesn't merely encourage you -- he clearly paves the way for the inner change we all long for. The power of this presentation is in the indisputable proof Andrews provides ... these seven decisions will work in your life 100% of the time!
Every organization needs to have a clearly defined culture in order to succeed, but how is Culture created? And how can YOU contribute to creating that culture, starting today? Andy's message on Mastering Corporate Culture will shift the way you as an individual and your company as a whole, approach your business.
Andy Andrews understands not knowing what to do. After all, he spent a period of his younger life homeless, living under a pier on the Gulf Coast. It was during that time that he discovered how to take control of his situation and set his life's course in a positive direction. Allow Andy to show you how to replace "I don't know what to do" with "I do know what to do" with the help of a few incredibly simple, yet profound, strategies that have helped countless companies and individuals get their lives back on track. The timeless principles contained in this presentation will instantly enhance productivity -- and get rid of inactivity once and for all.
Andy Andrews has spent his life as a "noticer." Time and again he has keenly observed small things that have made huge differences to corporations, organizations, and our country's leaders. His most exciting find in recent years has been the proof that any organization can prosper, even while others around them are in financial meltdown. Andrews' client Keller Williams Realty in Colorado experienced a whopping 400% increase -- despite 2007 having the lowest housing market averages of the last two decades. In this incomparable presentation, Andrews uses an organization's own background and current culture to create an immediate and lasting increase in your production.
A turning point occurs when a profound truth enters your consciousness, and in that moment, life changes course. Every decision you make and every action you take from that point on catapults you into an entirely new realm of possibility. In this address, Andrews answers the question "Can anyone succeed?" by outlining the essential steps to achieving a specific level of excellence. This is one of Andrews' most versatile presentations ... filled with incredible stories, real historical examples, topical insights, and a lot of laughter!
In our personal quest for true leadership, there's an unwritten rule we all tend to follow: Buy the book and pursue the advanced degree. This method is supposed to uncover the "leader" within us once and for all. But Andy Andrews claims we've complicated our pursuit of what it really takes to be a great leader. In this groundbreaking presentation, Andrews powerfully simplifies the leadership quest and offers proof that the key principles to success are accessible to everyone.
There's an old proverb that epitomizes our "wait-and-see" and "couch potato" mentality: "Man who stand on top of mountain with mouth open wait long time for roast turkey to fly in." Nothing happens without action. In this address, Andy Andrews passionately describes the transformation that takes place when we begin to split atoms in our lives. Buckle up for this one -- if you truly "get it," your life will never again be the same!
Anger abounds. It manifests itself in many forms, wherein lies grave danger. In response to that anger, we are told to seek anger management courses to "manage" our rage. Andy Andrews has a better solution. It's called anger resolution. To make it work, however, we must first apply a specific, rarely understood principle. In this fascinating presentation, Andrews proves how our businesses, our relationships, our health and even our finances can prosper when we do this one thing. His discovery of this principle offers irrefutable proof about why some of us never seem to get a break as well as the simple solution to changing one's professional life (and income) within months ... or weeks!
Did you know that every action you take -- and every move you make -- matters forever? In this keynote address created specifically for service organizations, Andy Andrews proves just how much of a difference one person can make. Andrews weaves wisdom, stories, laughter and emotion into an unforgettable audience experience that includes a climax taken from his PBS television special. This is the presentation that a TV Guide reporter recently called, "Stunning! Simply stunning!"
There is only one way to keep the United States of America the greatest country in the world -- demand the truth from our elected leaders. But is it still possible to even get them to listen to us, the people? Andy Andrews says yes, if we can begin to move toward an area of common ground. By illuminating the startling history of how great countries have gone bad, Andy demonstrates how we, as American citizens, can avoid the same mistakes by refocusing our standards of leadership.