The Professional Noticer Podcast
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.
This week, Andy hosts Wes Hampton—Grammy and Dove award winning artist, Gaither Vocal Band member, chef and author of three cookbooks!
Tune in to hear Maury discuss his time building Cornerstone Church in Nashville, TN and how after 20 years of growth, he was forced to confront the things he did wrong in the ministry.
From realizing he was insensitive to people’s feelings, to confusing “authentic” with “unfiltered,” Maury reveals ways his thinking lead to a plateau and decline within the church.
Maury’s level of transparency will surprise you as he divulges the “shadow motive” that he was unaware existed within himself…but was ultimately guiding his actions.
Tune in to hear Tiffany discuss why she started this business in 2008 and how the poor economy fueled the need for a solution to cutting costs and time spent making dinner.
Tiffany goes on to explain how her goal was to take all the thinking and decision making out of meal planning. Her clients simply pick a plan and follow it.
Tune in to this HILARIOUS episode where Rick and Bubba discuss their humble beginnings to the moment they realized the show was going to be a success.
You’ll hear how Bubba started out as the show’s engineer, why everyone involved in running the show (including the interns) bring something to the table, and why being authentic has been a key to the show’s longevity.
From wanting to join the NBA, to dropping out of school and touring full time as the frontman for a band (oh…did we forget to mention he’s had songs on the radio and MTV?), Cliff is what Andy describes as one of the most interesting people in the world.
Tune in to hear Cliff talk about having an entrepreneurial spirit since he was young, how he found himself with a successful news site and millions of readers to becoming Director of Communications for The White House with an office right next to the oval one, and more!
Tune in to hear Armon and Albert talk about how they met in South San Francisco, the paths that lead each of them to their professional careers, and how the Songs of the Seven Decisions album came to be produced.
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.