Andy Neary is a former professional baseball player and a 20-year veteran of the health insurance industry, He has learned the significance mindset plays in achieving success. Confidence, competence, and a clear course of action provide the roadmap for any successful journey. He wakes up each day with a growing passion to help people and companies break through the mindset barriers preventing them from reaching their goals. He specializes in working with anyone who is ready for real change, by showing them how simple mindset shifts can help turn mediocre expectations into massive success. When you have the right mix of confidence, competence, and course of action, there’s nothing in life you cannot accomplish. In this episode, he discusses A unique way to connect with your audience and create raving fans.
An episode of Docu[mental]: A Podcast on Curiosity.
Q: How do we tell better stories?
A: Andy Neary and I jumped on the Docu[mental] podcast to discuss the art of storytelling, brand building, and more. You will learn: + How to build a name for yourself + How to make an impression in personal and professional settings + How to tell stories that captivate the audience. Have a listen!Read More
Andy Neary is a former professional baseball player and a 20-year veteran of the health insurance industry. He focuses on the significance mindset plays in achieving success. In this episode, Andy shares what he believes are the 3 C’s necessary to achieving success… Read More
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