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Big challenges often dominate our attention. But Andrews says that all it takes is one tiny thing to transform our lives! Encouraging you to shift your perspective, he helps you harness the power of the "small stuff" to create permanent change, understand how our relationship with God affects our planning, identify potentially influential moments, and more. 160 pages, hardcover from Nelson.
Number of Pages: 160
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2017
|Dimensions: 8.40 X 5.50 (inches)|
Wall Street Journal Bestseller
Have you ever wondered why we spend so much time and energy thinking about the big challenges in our lives when all the evidence proves its actually the little things that change everything? Thats right… Absolutely everything.
New York Times bestselling author Andy Andrews is known for his strong storytelling and unequaled perspective on principles that empower the human mind and spirit. The Little Things embodies his own approach to life and work, detailing for the first time some of the exclusive material that he uses to teach and coach some of the most successful corporations, teams, and individuals around the world. In his unique humorous style, Andy shows how people succeed by actually going against the modern adage, "dont sweat the small stuff". By contrast, Andy proves that it is in concentrating on the smaller things that we add value and margin.
"In a world where so many feel powerless, wouldnt it be great to feel in control? Then know this. Perspective can be more important than basic answers.
"I am more passionate than ever about my search to notice that one thing . . . that one tiny thing that, when understood and harnessed, allows us to create a life of extraordinary purpose and powerful results. Its less about drive and will power than it is about understanding certain principles and why they work . . . every time.
Andrews provides common-sense perspective and a game plan for meeting various challenges, such as:
- Managing life in a society that seems to be constantly offended by something or someone
- Creating change that is permanent and not short term
- Dramatically increasing results by harnessing the fraction of margin between second place and first
- Understanding our spiritual connection with God and how that affects planning and outcome
- Identifying the very moment when asking the question why? multiplies the success of an endeavor
- Recognizing the smallest details that ensure the greatest success
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 bestselling novelist, speaker, and consultant for the world's largest corporations and organizations. He has spoken at the request of four different U.S. presidents.
Andy is the author of the New York Times bestsellers The Travelers Gift, The Noticer, and How Do You Kill 11 Million People?
He lives in Orange Beach, Alabama, with his wife, Polly, and their two sons.
Eva P. Scott5 Stars Out Of 5Small Things are More Important Than You ThinkApril 10, 2017Eva P. ScottQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Andy Andrews' books (and this one is no exception) tells you little tidbits about history that were pivotal that many people don't know about. He talks about perspective a lot. He does that in this book, too.
This book is fun to read, but it is also deep in the questions it asks you to ask yourself.
Changing your perspective can change your life, and reading this book will make you question things you thought were true that aren't.
If you get easily offended, then you might like to read this book - after you pick it back up after throwing it across the room. He discusses why those easily offended need to rethink that perspective of life.
This book is not overtly "religious," but he does mention God's love and good intentions for your life.
It is worth the read for one idea it may contain that will help you to grow in your relationships, business, and life.
Besides, where else could you get such a great bargain of information from someone who works with large organizations, military and sports leaders?