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The Wednesday Call with Andy Albright

The Wednesday Call with Andy Albright is a weekly program that is designed to help you grow and improve in business and life. Through simple yet effective teaching principles, Andy Albright helps people move from where they are to where they want to be in as little time as possible. If you are looking for an opportunity to change your life for the better, The Wednesday Call should be part of your weekly schedule. Through this show, Andy reveals all of his business and live strategies to help people see how they find a new career through National Agents Alliance and help people all across the United States at the same time. The Wednesday Call helps people learn how to make a living working as little or as much as they choose to each week. This program originates from NAA headquarters in Burlington, N.C. where Andy Albright, who co-founded NAA in 2002, was born and raised. Special guests appear on the show regularly and include successful business minds, athletes, entrepreneurs and people making an impact in a number of different areas in the world. You’ll enjoy the podcast if you are an entrepreneur that is ready to explode in your professional career, enjoy hearing inspirational stories and messages from everyday people just like you, or maybe you are a lifelong learner who continually seeks growth and improvement in your life. Regardless of where you are, The Wednesday Call offers educational nuggets for new listeners and old. We hope you enjoy listening and keep coming back for more!
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Dec 19, 2019

On this episode of The Wednesday Call podcast, Andy Albright is joined by Jeff Bright and Spencer Albright to talk about how people are different based on different backgrounds and generations.

Do you ever think to yourself, "Wow, I wish I would have known that or would have done that differently when I was younger." Truth is, we all do! It's what you decide to do in the present that matters!

Andy gives you five things he wished he would have known when he was young.

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Dec 11, 2019

On this episode of The Wednesday Call podcast, Andy Albright wants to talk about procrastination and how you can make it a positive thing. 

Why do people think procrastination is bad? It can be good!

A lot of times we tend to look at procrastination as a bad thing, but in some cases, that's not true. Putting certain things off in the moment doesn't always mean it's procrastinating but better yet, prioritizing. Maybe that one thing isn't as important as your other task, or maybe it doesn't make you money.

Michael Owens, Michele Alleman, Jane Hill, Marvin Osuna and Belle Crause traveled to Connecticut this week with Albright to talk about The Alliance’s relationship with NASSAU RE as part of a contest. They joined Albright on the show to talk about what all went down earlier this week.

To hear Andy speak more about the ABCDE method, check out this link ---> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V-jB_9ICkHE

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Dec 3, 2019

On this episode of The Wednesday Call podcast, Andy Albright is back after a quick trip to meet with Foresters in Toronto, Canada to talk to you about being fanatical.

What makes some people winners? Why do some people thrive and excel? Are you the kind of person that refuses to stay down when you face adversity? 

Most winners find a way to win even when it doesn't seem likely. They are people that are so focused on what they are doing that it doesn't matter what is going on outside of that work.

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Nov 27, 2019

On this episode of The Wednesday Call podcast, Andy Albright wants to talk to you about what it means to be fanatical and how to find the next fanatic on your team.

Damon West, an author and motivational speaker, was a special guest on the show. He wanted to speak to The Alliance about National Convention, where he will serve as the keynote speaker.

West’s book “The Change Agent” details how he let his life get upside down, wound up in jail and now has turned his life around after being released from jail. He was facing life in prison, but was able to change his life. West is an underdog that was facing a sad life that would keep in prison, until he let God start guiding his life.

From the bestselling co-author of The Coffee Bean comes the true story of a well-raised kid, a three-year starting quarterback, a young person filled with potential ... until a shocking addiction took hold.

Sentenced to sixty-five years in a Texas prison, Damon West once had it all. He came from a great family, in a home full of God, love, support, and opportunities to reach any goal.

A natural-born leader, an athlete with good looks and charm, he appeared to be the all-American kid pursuing his dreams. Underneath this facade, however, was an addict in the early stages of disease. After suffering childhood sexual abuse by a babysitter at the age of nine, Damon began putting chemicals into his body to alter the way he felt.

Once he was introduced to methamphetamines, however, he became instantly hooked -- and the lives of so many innocent people would forever be changed by the choices he made in order to feed his insatiable meth habit.

After a fateful discussion during his incarceration with a seasoned convict, Damon had a spiritual awakening. He learned that, like a coffee bean changing with the application of heat and pressure, he was capable of changing the environment around him.

Armed with a program of recovery, a renewed faith, and a miraculous second chance at life, Damon emerged from over seven years of prison a changed man. His story of redemption continues to inspire audiences today.

Albright also had top agents Stephen Davies and Mark Hutcheson join him on the show. The trio hosted a meeting in Detroit, Mich. The night before, but flew back in time to host the TWC.

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Nov 20, 2019

On this episode of The Wednesday Call podcast, your guest hosts Gina Hawks and Chris Norris share some simple ways you can do more for your clients in the home and help them properly plan for retirement. 

There is opportunity all around. It is there. There is money out there. Who has it? People of all ages. People with different levels of health. People will all levels of income too. 

How do you find it? Use The Alliance's ATM. It's a money-printing machine for you! Ask people how they are saving for retirement.

How do you talk to people about it? Don't say life insurance. Trust the process Gina and Chris show you. Practice it. Have faith. Don't be afraid to keep trying and doing!

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Nov 14, 2019

On this episode of The Wednesday Call podcast, Terry and Tia Edwards host the pod while Andy Albright is traveling outside of the United States. This couple from Kernersville, N.C. want to talk about simple, clear vision and how it helps build their business with The Alliance. 

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Nov 7, 2019

On this episode of The Wednesday Call, Andy Albright was joined by special guest Dr. Karockas “Doc Rock” Watkins to talk about the power of positivity and peer pressure.

Darkness can’t take over light. That’s an engineering fact. When we listen to negative naysayers nothing good is going to happen. Avoid negative environments. Depend on yourself and try to make things happen. Part of success is failure. Don’t hang out with chickens. Hang out with eagles. Don’t speak negative. Only iron can sharpen iron. Get around iron! 

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Oct 30, 2019

On this episode of The Wednesday Call podcast, Adam and Beth Katz guest host for Andy Albright to talk about why The Alliance is a family business for them. 

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Oct 23, 2019

On this episode of The Wednesday Call podcast, Tawny Carey fills in for Andy Albright, while he is traveling on business this week with other members of The Alliance.

Today's topic is the Emergency Response System, and how The Alliance uses it to make more sales with clients and their referral list.

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Oct 16, 2019

On this episode of The Wednesday Call podcast, Andy Albright and Jeff Bright talking forming positive relationships way before you need them in your life.   

Here's three things you need to remember when dealing with people. This comes from Brian Tracy's book "Goals!"

The foundation of a quality relationship is the unconditional positive acceptance of and regard for the other person. This means that you accept the other person exactly the way he or she is, with no attempt or desire to change the person’s basic character or personality. Unconditional acceptance is the greatest gift that one person can give to another.

Caring is not natural, but it is important. Caring is necessary because people don't feel validated without it. People need to hear that you want to hear their story. 

In a loving relationship, you care more for the happiness and well-being of the other person than you do for your own. Spouses who love each other and who love their children are willing to make any sacrifice to preserve and protect the others’ health and well-being.

Sacrifice is not natural. Sacrifice is necessary because people don't always think they have value.

The true measure of the health of a relationship is how much and how often the people involved laugh together and how often. Since laughter is the outer expression of an inner feeling of true happiness, it is the one measure that cannot be faked.

Laughter is not natural. Laughter is necessary because people don't think they have hope.

How do I get out of my own way?

"I feel weird or crazy." Why is this not working?

I'm not perfect. How do I expect others to do good?

This is the part where you have to do to feel rather than feel before doing. Act your way into a feeling before you feel like doing it! 

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Oct 9, 2019

On this episode of The Wednesday Call podcast, Clay Mertes and Chris Hill fill in for Andy Albright, who is on a business trip with Mutual Of Omaha, to host this week's pod.

It's important to get to know people before you need their help. The Lead Performance Team, Burlington Alliance Capital Management and Chris Hill share some tips and tricks to help you accelerate your business fast.

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Oct 2, 2019

On this episode of The Wednesday Call podcast, Paul Roberts talks about why you can expect greatness from your team.

What are you focused on? Are you focused on the failures, your past, bills, problems? Why not focus on what's inside your mind? Why not focus on getting great results? You get to decide!

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Sep 25, 2019

On this episode of The Wednesday Call podcast, Andy Riddle and Mike Hartlieb serve as guest hosts while Andy Albright is traveling on business in Canada this week.

This dynamic duo, both live in Florida, and want to talk to you about not getting outworked when you are chasing your dreams.

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Sep 17, 2019

On this episode of The Wednesday Call podcast, Terry and Tia Edwards serve as guest hosts while Andy Albright is out of town on business.

Terry and Tia want to share six important desires with you. What are your desires? What drives you to be successful?

 

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Sep 11, 2019

On this episode of The Wednesday Call podcast, your guest hosts Stephen Davies, Ed Soto and Billy Crain talk about how to get to where you're trying to faster than ever before.

Life is about the voices you hear and listen to, and the choices you make along your journey.

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Sep 3, 2019

On this episode of The Wednesday Call podcast, your host Andy Albright talks about dealing with storms and the aftermath left behind.

Before you start asking for help, you should be able to answer four basic, simple questions.

4 Rules for Problems

What is the problem?

What is the CAUSE of the problem?

What are the possible solutions of the problem?

What SOLUTION do you suggest?

When you know the answers to these questions, you can probably solve the issue yourself. At least if you still need help, you can share the information with the person you are seeking help from. If you can use these simple questions, it will change your life and help you solve problems much faster.

Answering these questions, you will get to the root of the problem quicker. If the problem started 10 years ago, it will take longer to fix.

When you write down problems and solutions, you can move faster to fix issues.

Andy likes to read “First Things First” and “How To Stop Worrying and Start Living” to help him find solutions faster. He loves Covey’s “four quadrants” to help decide how he spends his time. You have to stay focused on the things that matter and delay or put off the unimportant tasks. Reading those two books will help reinforce your behaviors or explain what you are doing incorrectly.

George Bernard Shaw quote on Quality of Life

“This is the true joy in life … being used for a purpose recognized by yourself as a mighty one … being a force of Nature instead of a feverish selfish little clod of ailments and grievances complaining that the world will not devote itself to making you happy … I am of the opinion that my life belongs to the whole community and as long as I live

Oliver Wendell Holes said, “I wouldn’t give a fig for the simplicity on this side of complexity; I would give my right arm for the simplicity on the far side of complexity.”

William James on action from “As A Man Thinketh”

“Action seems to follow feeling, but really action and feeling go together; and by repelling the action, which is under the more direct control of the will, we can indirectly regulate the feeling which is not.”

“… Thus, the sovereign voluntary path to cheerfulness, if you cheerfulness be lost, is to sit up cheerfully and to act and speak as cheerfulness were already there.”

FTD – Fool Things I’ve Done. Figure out what you did wrong, what you did right and what you can improve on … that’s how you get better. Review your day at night. That’s how you improve.

Ben Franklin was very good at this. He hated wasted time, stewing over stuff that didn’t matter and arguing and contradicting people. He fought those things his entire life.

Be open to criticism and be willing to criticize yourself. We are all wrong for at least five minutes a day; the key is to try to keep it to five or less.

Most of what we worry about is not even in our control. Have faith that it will be OK, especially if you don’t make it worse. Don’t be afraid to pray about it. Many people find the confidence of action through the power of prayer. Prayer is an active force to create motion. It is the first force of action.

Prayer, action, doing and friends are the ingredients you need to get through the storms of life. 

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Aug 28, 2019

On this episode of The Wednesday Call podcast, James Hill and Paul Minichino talk to you about why you must keep the basics of NOT being basic!

 

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Aug 12, 2019

On this episode of The Wednesday Call, your host Andy Albright wanted to talk about why some people make it and others don’t.

Growing up, Andy Albright wanted to find a way to be free to do what he wanted to do, when he wanted to do it. He was willing to do whatever it took to find that kind of freedom. When people ask him now if it was worth the hard work it took, he explains that it was worth it.

We all have friendships with people and we seem to be more connected to those people than just our acquaintances. Friends, relationships and trust are critical to success.

We all make mistakes, but we all make different mistakes. We all view other people’s mistakes differently than our own. Perspective is so important. Judging people is very dangerous. We all do it from time to time, but we have to be very careful when we do this. The goal is to get better at relationships and to form more friendships. The more friends you have, the more selective you can be about who you spend your time with.

A lot of people get a feeling and then they take action. That leads to being more confident and then they keep doing more. Too many people are waiting on a feeling to take action. They want to have belief or trust before they move. This takes too long. More people need to act their way into a feeling rather than waiting for a feeling to move. People that do are more likely to succeed.

Forget the excuses and focus on the part where you do stuff. If you can accept a person early then they are more likely to do something sooner. Some people are “dumb enough” to do something without needing evidence like “smart people” expect before they act. Waiting creates weight that prevents progress. The Alliance needs people to fail faster and then keep going. Eventually, with adjustments, success will come. The best time to start something is now.

People who blame anything besides themselves are less likely to get better than people who accept blame for their shortcomings. Blamers tend to get bitter. People that accept blame tend to get better.

Do you care about anybody outside of yourself? Do you care enough to reach out to people to try to help them? This takes work, and it takes practice to get really good at it. You have to get better at figuring things out and stop being bitter about it.

The most successful people are those who don’t get too high and don’t get too low. They don’t believe their press clippings or personal headlines. You want to stay in the middle and not go off the rails. One component of that is your coping skills and how you handle adversity. How do you respond under pressure? How a person behaves in that moment is normally a good indicator of the kind of person you are dealing with.

More people need to believe without proof. The more you can do this, the more successful you can be. It takes practice to become really good at this. If you can master coping with stressful situations, you will be built for success. The ability to pivot can make all the difference in being a success versus being a failure. It’s OK to fail, but it’s not OK to repeat it or not learn from the setback. If you can roll with the punches it will annoy people to no end. However, you will be better off, and you will set the example of how to cope with drama moving forward.

The ability to take a bad situation and make the best of it is a skill that few can master. If you can do this, you will win more than you ever thought possible. Don’t get paralyzed in the moment and suffer because of it. Accept the situation and figure out what to do next. Having the right mindset will determine where you go when you face a struggle or difficulty. Don’t sweat it and don’t stir it too soon. Let it sit for a little bit and then clean up the mess. Operate with an adult mindset instead of using a toddler mindset.

Shape your mind and thinking around the thinking that gets you on the good side of life. Having the right balance will help swim or sink. It is a choice. It can be learned. It is about establishing patterns in all that you do. If you keep practicing, you will find the way to win.

People that “do the do” get to enjoy the stuff. Now, that doesn’t mean life is all about possessions, but it does allow you more choices than most people get to enjoy. If you sit idle, then you will be limited in about everything you can think of. When you get stuff done, you get to make more choices and you have more options.

The prize is typically reserved for those that take action quickly. The faster you move, the more you can accomplish. When you keep going and doing, things happen more for you than others who choose to sit and stew. Things will not change until things change. We all have to make a decision to make changes if we want to get different results.

Who you hang around will determine who your friends are. What you do determines where you go. What you do helps others decide if they want to spend time around you too. What you read, watch and listen to is the fuel you allow in your head. It will impact your behaviors and actions. Work to get around the right information so you can grow. If you work hard, focus on the basics and don’t quit, you will win. The key is to be fanatical about doing the basics it takes to win. It’s the best way to set yourself up for success and winning. 

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Aug 6, 2019

On this episode of The Wednesday Call podcast, Andy Albright was back live for the first time in three weeks, after taking a trip to Africa with his son, Spencer.

Andy gets asked one question over and over again. People ask, “Is it worth it?”

The more successful you get, the more problems you have. You also get to do cool things that others don’t. It’s good and bad … and the scope of both gets bigger the more you move up in this world. Andy says it is worth it to him. To be able to spend time with family in crazy places like Africa is what he loves doing so he works hard so he continues to get to do those things.

We all have “stuff” no matter what level we are at, but there are just varying degrees of the good and bad. It is key to exercise gratitude no matter where you are at right now. As you get more successful it is important to keep the proper perspective. To move up, you are going to have to deal with things, problems, obstacles, issues, etc. How you navigate those waters and react to situations will determine how far and how high you can go in life.

You have to be able to deal with problems if you want to keep expanding your horizons. Here’s the other trick about being successful: you have to keep doing it. When you figure out what works, you have to remember what you did to be successful.

The Alliance is running a contest with Foresters for top rookies and veterans based on production with Foresters, with the winners traveling to Toronto on Dec. 4-6. Winners will travel with Albright and a team from The Alliance to spend time together in Toronto.

There is also a Rolex Rollout contest going on from July 22 until Dec. 31. A total of five 2002 Rolex watches will be awarded in honor of The Alliance opening for business in 2002.

Stay tuned for more contests we will be rolling out soon.

How do you connect with people? How do you meet people?

Are you thinking about making a connection when you first meet a person, or are you just going through the motions? When you meet a person at a gas station or grocery store, you want to find out how you know each, if you do, before you start asking them about what we do. Ask questions that tell you what they do now and what they would like to do. Find out where they live, where they spend time, etc. When you find out that they want to know what you do, then you can talk about what we do and find out if they are interested. The biggest step is to talk to people. Don’t just walk past people when you have the chance to talk to them. Here’s another tip: get their phone number before the conversation ends. When you do that you can follow up quickly.

How do you get people moving?

You have to make it small and simple or it probably won’t happen. Start small when you ask a person to do something, but give them things fast. If they do what you ask, then give them some more items to work on.

Be patient if nothing happens, but keep looking for people that respond when asked. All you can do is give a person the opportunity to do something.

On page 90 of “Inside The Circle,” Andy writes about getting people to move. It’s not about being perfect, but rather about working with imperfect people, which is everybody! Work with people who are willing to work hard and are coachable. Too many people let the noise in their own head get in the way of them being successful. When you stop listening to yourself and start talking to yourself, you are probably going to be more successful.

Considerations, fears and roadblocks will come in life. Considerations are worrying about what other people think. Fears are you worrying if you can do it. Roadblocks are just challenges you will have to face to be successful. That’s really the only three things you have to deal with in life. If you can figure those things out, you are going to win in business and life. If you always believe things will get better, then you are on the right track.

You have to be aware of considerations, fears and roadblocks. You have to be willing to face them. You have to be willing to embrace the process and deal with the outcomes too.

If you can deal with those things, and help people along the way then you are going to enjoy a great life. 

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Jul 31, 2019

On this episode of The Wednesday Call podcast, Alex and Ginny Abuyuan serve as guest hosts while Andy Albright is traveling out of the country. 

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Jul 24, 2019

On this episode of The Wednesday Call podcast, James and Jane Hill filled in as guest hosts while Andy Albright is traveling out of the country.

This couple wants to tell you why they are fired up and how they stay fired up after a major event like Family Reunion.

Get a notebook and pen so you can take notes on this topic and learn how this couple enjoys success with The Alliance.

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Jul 16, 2019

On this episode of The Wednesday Call podcast, your host Andy Albright comes to you live from the Alliance Convention Center in advance of this week's "Family Reunion" in Burlington, N.C.

 Andy drives deep to share with you how he went from being poor to being successful, who helped him, how they helped, where he recruited and what cities were the best to build in. Grab a pad and pen so you can take notes on this call!

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Jul 10, 2019

This episode of The Wednesday Call is all about how to connect! Stephen Davies shares some simple things you can do to make connections with people before you need to know them.

 

Family Reunion is next week, and Davies wants you to do the following when you are in Burlington, N.C.

 

Family Reunion Prep:

1.Association make a list

2.who are you going to be friends with.

3.What do you need to learn? Come up with a list!

 

Show gratitude and have a grateful mind = grateful attitude. Who are you grateful for?

3. Run more appointments in an 8-day period

4. Think about getting one more. The connection is what works ... seek massive connections

Humility-It takes humility to let you know you need others.Imperfections connect us. Let go of needing to be better.Be better than you were yesterday.

Effort- connection takes effort. Value people daily. It’s a decision not a circumstance.Cant have a connection with transactional love.Loving is being Lovable. Leave people better than you found them.

3.Self Aware- Don’t lose self-awareness or you will lose people. Hold it up and keep it, or you will lose the flow.

Excuses - manifest the lack of awareness.The penalty gets bigger and bigger if you don’t handle the problem.

It’s work talking without listening is not coachable.

4. Trustworthy - Can’t stay connected to a person if you are untrustworthy. Strength of character: no longer connected to others.Can't focus on what we see and not what we be. Ability to earn: Deliver on promises. Keep respect. Leaders can’t be passive aggressive.

5.Generosity - We connect with generous people when we have their best interest at heart. Be generous and be willing to give others a chance.

6.Curious - Stay curious to stay connected. Curious people have a broad prospective. Don’t express love to receive love you don’t need it back.

7.Listening - You won’t listen unless your curios. Let people feel heard. Correction doesn’t beat connection.

8.Encouragement - People need it. People are afraid of insecurities: shame, less than, they have doubts etc. Tell them they can do it!!!

 

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Jul 3, 2019

On this episode of The Wednesday Call podcast, Terry and Tia Edwards come to you to talk about the price and cost of freedom!

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