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The Most Influential Book In Personal Development You’ve Never Heard Of

By Andy Drish

In 1923 Maxwell Maltz graduated with a doctorate in medicine from Columbia University.  He spent 30+ years helping people superficially overcome their deepest insecurities with plastic surgery.

He helped people change the shape of their nose.  Tighten the wrinkles in their forehead.  Trim the love handles around their belly.

You know, the important things in life.

Nobody expected Maxwell to write one of the most influential books in history on personal development… but he did.  To this day, most people have still never heard of this book even though it explains the root cause of all personal achievement (or lack thereof) in life.


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The Cold Hard Truth About Business: You Can “Make Cash” Or “Be Cool.” Choose One.

By Andy Drish

“There’s no motivation [to make these videos] when I can’t afford to buy my groceries.”

Rachel Whitehurt has a wildly popular youtube channel that has 176,000 subscribers and averages 30,000-50,000 views per video she posts.

Most people would imagine she’s “made it” online.

But she hasn’t.

Two months ago, she posted one final video before sadly announcing she was quitting her channel.

Why?  Because she had to update her resume to interview for a “real job” and wouldn’t have time to make Youtube videos any longer.

Even though she had 170,000 subscribers… she wasn’t making enough money to pay her bills.

And this is the sad story of so many people chasing ‘internet’ fame…

People who have unique gifts. Unique voices. Unique ideas.

But they never figure out how to turn them into a business.

If you want to create someone that impacts the world, there’s a decision you must make on day one in your business:

Do you want to be cool?  Or do you want to make cash?

Choose one. Because you cannot do both from the start.



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Case Study: How To Get Your Story Featured In Entrepreneur Magazine (With Proof And Examples)

By Andy Drish

In the January edition of Entrepreneur Magazine, there’s a story titled “Would You Open Your Books?” (p 20). That story was featured because I pitched the idea to the editor six months prior.

My first pitch to him failed. The second one got featured in the magazine. This article shares how I met the editor and why my second pitch got featured while the first flopped.

If you are an entrepreneur, a PR person, or a growth hacker looking to get the attention of press, this article explains what you need to know to get your story featured by more media outlets.

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How A Tantra Teacher Taught Me My Most Valuable Business Lesson

By Andy Drish

“Umm… so what will I actually be *doing* today?” I asked nervously.

That was my subtle attempt to ask, “Do we do anything sexual in this workshop… or not?”

I’d never been to a tantric “anything” before.  How was I supposed to know?

Yet, here I was, with seven other people packed into this tiny little bungalow on the beach in Thailand with no air conditioning.

Seven other… Tantra people? Tantrikas?

I don’t know what you call people who study tantra for a living.  But everyone else seemed comfortable cuddling and laying half naked together.

I was clearly out of place.

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The One Thing I’ve Been Putting Off For 7+ Years

By Andy Drish

“Who’s going to listen to what YOU have to say?” a fraternity friend asked me at the bar.

The way he emphasized the word “you” left me feeling incompetent.

I hated that question because I didn’t have an answer.

I didn’t tell him I often asked myself the same question…

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OPPORTUNITY – For An Ambitious, Driven Young Entrepreneur Who Wants To Master PR and Marketing

By Andy Drish

If you’re an ambitious, driven entrepreneur who wants to master the world PR & Marketing while being mentored by a successful founder of a multi-million dollar business, you’re in the right place.

Keep reading to find out how to win this role…

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The Missing Chapter Of “The Dip” Every Entrepreneur Should Know About

By Andy Drish

“Why is there vomit on my shirt?” I thought to myself as I woke up in a haze.

There were two nurses around me, which made me remember I was at Urgent Care.

I had passed out from dehydration and fatigue and had started vomiting on myself while the nurses held me from falling off the examination table.


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What An Emergency Plane Landing Taught Me About Leadership

By Andy Drish

“We’re going to rerouting to Ft. Collins. We’re running low on fuel and, with this storm, we’re not going to be able to land in Denver anytime soon,” the pilot said over the intercom.

Ugh. That meant it’d be another couple hours until I got home, which was the last thing I wanted after being on the road for a week.

Little did I know, I was about to get a surprise lesson in leadership.


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The Shortcut To Getting Out Of Your Own Way

By Andy Drish

The pros know they aren’t really ‘doing’ their craft.

They are simply getting out of the way for something Greater to come through…

Here’s a shortcut I’ve found to do that:

Right now, I’m doing a 30 day challenge to write 1,000 words per day… 


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Why You Should Give Up On “The Pursuit Of Happiness”… And Go After This Instead

By Andy Drish

One of our students emailed me this question after I posted a sad status update on Facebook:

How does a guy who seems to have everything he wants get in a dip? You have done such great things for other people, I feel you shouldn’t be sad.

Here was my response:

First-the idea that I’ve “done such great things for other people” is simply your perception. You could say that about anyone. But that’s just a minor detail…

More importantly, let’s talk about sadness.

I don’t optimize my life for happiness, like most people do…

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About Andy Drish

Andy Drish is a serial entrepreneur, writer and adventurer that helps entrepreneurs accessmore power and freedomin their lives.

He's built a multi-million dollar company from scratch and has shared the stage with business mavens like Tony Hsieh, Jack Canfield, Arianna Huffington and more but he's never lost touch with his roots in Iowa and still loves sitting around a bonfire with close friends.

Oh, and he loves dark chocolate and dance parties.


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