The Professional Noticer Podcast
Tune in to hear Ben share the incredible story of how he solved America’s last great archeological maritime mystery by locating the Clotilda – the last ship to deliver slaves to the United States – in the middle of a murky Alabama swamp.
Learn what (and who) inspired him to do it, hear the remarkable story about the town Clotilda survivors founded after emancipation, what obstacles he continues to face in his push to unearth the Clotilda, and why he calls the Mobile-Tensaw Delta, America’s Amazon.
Tune in to hear Dave discuss the seven baby steps to becoming a millionaire and how, despite popular belief to the contrary, it really is possible for the “little guy” to build wealth in today’s world.
Tune in for the most shocking New Year’s message you’ll hear this year! None of the same old stuff for The Professional Noticer…
Andy has been weighing the evidence, thinking through it all, and now he’s ready to share what he’s learned. With his inimitable style of mixing stories and analogy, Andy delivers facts in this episode that can change next year’s results. Don’t miss it!
Tune in to hear this touching, funny, heartwarming (and true) story about a pair of socks that would change Christmas and him forever.
Complete with pictures from the book, you’ll feel like Andy is reading this story to you by the fireside!
Tune in to hear Leslie Anne and Andy reflect on their oddly similar lives while growing up in Alabama.
Leslie Anne also discusses what it’s like working on weekly deadlines for her column in the newspaper—including coming up with ideas, writing, editing, and occasionally using her husband’s wrong doings at home for a laugh!
Tune in to hear Jon talk about how he became a professional speaker and why choosing the right gigs is important to maintaining direction.
You’ll hear about how his blog launched him into speaking publicly, the biggest speaking disasters he’s faced, why he prefers to be low maintenance and more!
Tune in to hear Blake discuss this simple idea of generosity and how most people would help their neighbor if they only knew they were in need. That’s the idea that sparked the mission behind the App (and non-profit) Purposity.
With Purposity, you can find “Needs” for nearby people, read their stories, and purchase items ranging from a few dollars on up. You’ll even get a notification when your package has been delivered. Knowing that you’ve done something needed for someone else will change your day and it’s trajectory.
This week, Andy hosts Eric Brooker—Culture and Leadership Expert and Host of the Counsel Culture podcast.
Tune in to hear Eric discuss how he got so interested in culture and leadership, how an experience at a well paying job with a bad culture shaped what he does today, how leadership and culture manifest at home, why you have an obligation to let people know when you’re going to fail, who the greatest examples of leadership are in his life, and so much more!
Tune in to hear Dre discuss the decision that separates professionals from amateurs.
You’ll hear about the “third day” concept and how the metaphor works for any goal in your life. Dre explains that success shows up on its own time, but it’s up to you to keep showing up and do the work.
Tune in to hear Glennellen talk about her years spent working in Los Angeles and traveling home to reconnect with herself.
She discusses being her own stunt person for a scene that ended up being too graphic for TV, working on music videos, not letting productivity define her worth, and more!
This episode dives into life—not only in the entertainment industry—but how someone can keep themselves grounded in their faith and conscious of how their time is spent.
About Andy Andrews
Hailed by a New York Times reporter as “someone who has quietly become one of the most influential people in America,” Andy Andrews is a best-selling novelist, speaker, and consultant for the world’s largest corporations and organizations. He is the author of the New York Times bestsellers The Noticer, How Do You Kill 11 Million People?, and the modern classic, The Traveler’s Gift.