Hailed by a New York Times reporter as “someone who has quietly become one of the most influential people in America,” Andy Andrews is the author of multiple New York Times bestsellers including The Traveler’s Gift and The Noticer. He is also an in-demand speaker, coach, and consultant for the world’s largest organizations.

Both The Noticer and The Traveler’s Gift were featured selections of ABC’s Good Morning America and continue to appear on bestseller lists around the world. His books have been translated into over 40 languages.

Andy has spoken at the request of four different United States presidents, worked extensively with the Department of Defense, regularly addresses the world’s largest corporations. Zig Ziglar once said, “Andy Andrews is the best speaker I have ever seen.”

In addition to his writing and speaking, Andy has established a personally delivered, cost effective, year-long curriculum for organizations, teams, and corporations. Using Creating Measurable Results (TM) as a platform, he teaches how “to compete in a way your competition doesn’t know a game is going on.” Creating Measurable Results (TM) has been documented to have helped some clients to double their results within a single year’s time.

Things I Think I Think

Things I Think I Think

Join Andy Andrews on The Salty Mug for a fun and quirky dive into his latest musings on “Things I Think I Think.” Ever wondered about the meaning behind a famous movie line or had a humorous take on everyday situations? Andy shares his unique perspectives and amusing anecdotes that will keep you entertained and thinking!

The King and His Court

The King and His Court

Discover the extraordinary tale of Eddie Feigner, a softball pitcher whose underhanded throws baffled even the best. In this Betcha Didn’t Know, Andy Andrews uncovers the captivating story of Feigner’s journey from local leagues to global fame with his team, The King and His Court. Be amazed by Feigner’s unconventional methods and the sheer audacity of his performances. From striking out baseball legends to charging admission for his unforgettable games, this video promises an intriguing mix of sports history and showmanship. Curious to see how he did it? Tune in to witness a true underdog story that redefines athletic greatness!

Getting Over The Mad!

Getting Over The Mad!

Join Ginny Williams on her comically tumultuous day that starts with spilled coffee and escalates through forgotten white shirts and solo lunch dates. As she navigates through the chaos, reminiscing and rants reveal the quirks and comforts of marital love. Ginny’s journey from frustration to reflection offers a humorous and heartwarming glimpse into the everyday trials and treasures of long-term companionship. Prepare for a story that tickles the funny bone while tugging at the heartstrings.

Off the Road

Off the Road

Join a much younger Andy Andrews in 1987 for a unique jaunt through Nashville’s vibrant heart. Get the insider’s view of Music City, exploring hidden gems beyond the usual tourist track. From the iconic full-scale Parthenon replica to the bustling lanes of Music Row, Andy’s tongue-in-cheek tour reveals the “real” Nashville. Unearth the city’s secrets, meet the movers and shakers, and experience the local hotspots — all through Andy’s humorous and engaging “off the road” approach. Dive into this classic adventure that’s as unforgettable as the era it hails from.

Falling Cats

Falling Cats

Paws what you’re doing and explore the enchanting mystery that has puzzled scientists for centuries: How does a falling cat always land on its feet? This captivating Betcha Didn’t Know delves into the history and science behind this phenomenon, exploring four fascinating hypotheses and the latest insights from experts. From Edwin Hubble’s cat “Copernicus” to high-speed photography revelations, join us on a journey through the curious world of feline physics and get ready to be amazed!

Gilligan Again

Gilligan Again

Dive into “Gilligan Again”—a short story by Andy Andrews about a fishing adventure that goes hilariously off track. With a lost trophy bass sparking the chaos, every twist and turn is a reminder of the thin line between catastrophe and safety. Will a bond of friendship endure this uproarious trial? Pack your sense of humor as Andy tells a story that’s half disaster, half delight, and entirely entertaining.

That Christmas in the Swamp

That Christmas in the Swamp

A brand new story for Christmas from Andy Andrews! Two adventurous brothers, eight and eleven years old, find themselves in an unexpected Christmastime adventure at night in the mysterious Hal’s Lake Swamp. Raised with a love for the outdoors and hunting, the boys are seasoned beyond their years, but nothing could prepare them for the eerie occurrences and intriguing characters they encounter in the swamp’s depths. Night falls and they realize…they’re lost! This story weaves a tapestry of spooky, moonlit encounters, and heartwarming moments, all set against the backdrop of a Southern wilderness. Perfect for those who enjoy a blend of suspense, nature, and the magic of childhood adventure, this tale promises to keep readers on the edge of their seats, wondering what lies beyond the next turn in the swamp.

The Day Before The Night Before Christmas

The Day Before The Night Before Christmas

In this celestial narrative, archangels Michael and Gabriel plan a grand event for Jesus’ birth, only to learn from God that the celebration is not for the elite, but for all. As they adjust to simplicity over grandeur, the story unfolds the essence of the first Christmas – a tale of humility, inclusivity, and a miraculous night in Bethlehem.

You Reap What You Throw

You Reap What You Throw

In the town of Sawyerton Springs, an 11-year-old Andy Andrews and his cousin Brian embark on a bit of nighttime mischief. Their target: the Vine and Olive Hotel’s grand exterior. With ripe tomatoes in hand, they aim for a harmless prank. However, as tomatoes fly, unexpected mayhem erupts—stained sidewalks and painted pets included. The prank spirals, leaving the kids to face the messy repercussions of their actions and learn a lesson about the consequences that follow even the smallest choices.

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