Author of “The Seven Decisions: Understanding the Keys to Personal Success” ANDY ANDREWS dropped by to talk about Alpha and Beta parenting. Andy also let us know that you have to take responsibility for your actions and can’t blame your mom or even the president for your problems. He also explained that change happens in heartbeat and that people do not have to be at rock bottom to change.
Andy Andrews, author of the New York Time's bestselling "The Traveler's Gift," "The Noticer," and "How Do You Kill 11 Million People?" has impacted millions with his creative writing and speaking. An international sensation, Andy's challenging personal message contains truths for those in all walks of life.
What call to action can possibly challenge four US Presidents, the Commander of the Allied Air Forces, General Schwarzkopf and Hall of Fame golfer Nancy Lopez? Could this same message cause every senior leader of the United States Air Force in Europe and the Middle East to assemble in one room - at one time - to listen? What life-changing thoughts could cause ninety-one year old Bob Hope to summon a writer to chat by the backyard swimming pool?
For 17 weeks, "The Traveler's Gift: Seven Decisions that Determine Personal Success," remained on the New York Times bestseller list. It has been translated into 20 languages, featured as ABC's Good Morning America's book of the month and sold millions of copies. The author, Andy Andrews, was hailed as a “modern day Will Rogers who has quietly become one of the most influential people in America" by the New York Times.
In his tale of one man's search for meaning and success, Andrews captures three qualities most important to an individual's growth - hope, faith, and perseverance. As the main character travels in time encountering seven historical figures, knowledge is imparted to the character and the reader. "The Traveler's Gift's" wisdom has spurred a teen version (The Young Traveler's Gift,) journal, home study audio program and life-study curriculum now used in schools, mental health organizations and prisons.
Andy Andrews' life was a typical American story until the age of 19. The loss of both parents - his mother to cancer and his father to an automobile accident - forever altered Andrews' path. He recalls, “I took a bad situation and made it much worse." Within a short span, he found himself homeless, a pier or garage often provided bed, and without direction. The dramatic change in circumstances forced Andrews to ask himself a simple question: "Is life just a lottery ticket or are there choices one can make to direct his future?" This very question fueled a search that led him to the local library.
After reading biographies of over two hundred great men and women, Andrews was challenged to consider, “Were they simply born this way? Or were there decisions made at critical junctures in their lives that led to success?” He resolved to determine the common denominators between each historical figure. The Seven Decisions were born, and the rest is history.
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Source: Fox News