052: The Bottom of the Pool | A Conversation with Andy Andrews


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On this episode of “Making Elephants Fly,” Terry sits down with Andy Andrews, the author of the New York Times bestseller "The Traveler's Gift." Andy is back for the second time to talk about his latest book, "The Bottom of the Pool: Thinking Beyond Your Boundaries to Achieve Extraordinary Results". His books have been translated into nearly 35 languages. Hailed by the New York Times as "someone who has quietly become one of the most influential people in America," Andy has spoken at the request of four different United States presidents, called upon by the Department of Defense to teach his principles to military leaders around the globe, and coaches at the highest levels have enlisted his wisdom to groom champions on and off the field. Zig Ziglar said Andy is, "...the best speaker he's ever seen." Together we will learn how Andy has used 7 decisions to make the journey from homelessness, to an in-demand comedian sharing the stage with Joan Rivers, Garth Brooks, Cher, and Kenny Rogers, to helping leaders at the influential organizations like the LPGA, MLB, NCAA, NFL, Microsoft, General Motors, and AIG perform at the highest level. Join Terry as he talks with Andy about everything from marriage to Nick Saban, the power of decisions, how to lead those that don't understand what is possible, and the one question that every leader isn't asking enough that would actually 10x their influence and revenue. This is one not to miss and to be sure you ready to take notes on. To say we find the deepest waters on this episode would be an understatement. Find out more at http://terryweaver.com and join Terry at the Thing at http://thething.live .

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