The Professional Noticer

Observations and Answers with Andy Andrews

Hosted by New York Times bestselling author Andy Andrews, this inciteful (often hilarious) podcast is built around Common Sense, Wisdom, and Laughter—three ingredients Andy has harnessed to produce extraordinary results for his clients throughout the years.

How Young Is TOO Young?

Tune in to hear Andy talk through a situation that’s coming up in his next novel. We can’t tell you the title, but you’ll be hearing from Jones!

The Story of Andy and Polly!

Tune in to hear the unauthorized retelling of a conversation with Brad Pitt…and how there’s always someone out there who thinks you’re a little crazy.

Fighting an Unethical Competitor

Tune in to hear what to do if TRUTH is the only weapon you have—and why you must be careful how you wield it.

Andy also answers a question from someone who just finished reading The Bottom of the Pool for a second time. He wants to know how Andy analyzed his own truths (as he mentions in the book) and the process he used to do that.

Incentivizing Employee Productivity

Tune in to hear why we must get people interested in the truth and find absolutes in principle (then negotiate our opinions) if we want to find the best for everybody.

In-laws Offended by Your Personal Growth?

Andy answers a question from someone who feels a wedge is being driven between him and his spouse’s family. He has a desire for personal and spiritual growth, but they’re often offended when his thinking differs from theirs. He wants to know how to “tip-toe” around this kind of environment.

Family Secrets?

Tune in to hear what Andy sees as the three options in this situation — plus hear the incredible story of someone born from a similar situation that has gone on to saves lives all around the world.

Unifying a Divided Party

Tune in to hear what we must do BEFORE we can figure out the problems crippling this nation for future generations.

Back to School for Another Year!

Tune in for a triple dose of questions and answers with Andy…and don’t forget to bring your freshly sharpened Number 2 pencil. You’re going to need it!

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