This week, Andy’s hosts Steve “Jake" Jacobson—Founder and CEO of Fairway Independent Mortgage—a company that closed...
Remember, problems are solved by people who make themselves comfortable with confusion…until there is no more confusion. Whatever hand is dealt, we will deal with it, and become better because of it.
Also, what’s something Dolphin Cruises, Bobbie Gentry, and Sugarcane Jane all have in common? …well, they’re all mentioned in this episode, BUT tune in for Andy’s musings on each.
Tune in to hear Andy’s thoughts on asking the opinion of others before making major decisions, and why this strategy will increase your success.
Andy also answers a question from a woman who hosts a small group that is nearly finished reading The Noticer. She’s asking the curious question…was Jones real and did the events actually occur, or is the story mostly ‘parables’ to get a point across?
Tune in to hear where Andy learned much of his parenting advice and how his source dealt with a LOT more topics than parenting.
Andy answers a question from a filmmaker who produces inspirational stories. A friend who had read the Storms of Perfection series suggested he ask Andy how he was able to successfully talk with people about turning their failures into success.
Andy also answers a question from a woman whose husband started the 21-Day Challenge of reading a decision from The Traveler’s Gift each morning—that’s reading the same decision for 21-days before moving on to the next. She is not sure she agrees with a certain part and would like Andy to elaborate. He does…!
Tune in to hear Andy’s answers about when he first realized he wanted to be a writer, how long it takes to write a book, a suggestion for how aspiring authors can become better writers, and more!
Tune in to hear Andy’s answers about what he fears most when giving a presentation, what the physical effects of speaking are, how he divides time between delivering ideas and creating them, and more!
Tune in to hear Andy’s answers about growing up and moving around, hilarious moments at a family wedding, which family member was his greatest coach in life, and more…
Tune in to hear how your opinions can be the difference between having the advantage of 100% of people on your side versus 80%…or even less.