Welcome to another jam-packed episode of Andy Albright's The Wednesday Call, a podcast that delivers 90 minutes of info you can use to grow and improve in your life and business. Settle in with a notepad and pen to take notes as we deliver Episode 25 of this podcast!
Chadwick Ray and Adam Katz stepped in to guest host this week’s The Wednesday Call podcast from AMP Studios in Burlington, N.C. at The Alliance’s corporate headquarters, while Andy Albright was traveling outside of the United States.
Chadwick and Adam opened the pod by talking about The Alliance Playbook and how it shapes and determines what they do with their teams and business. The Playbook is a guide that explains what The Alliance believes in and values.
The Alliance believes in Prosperity, Inspiration and Eternity.
Inspiration was a big topic during the show and Chadwick and Adam explained how they have been inspired by The Alliance and how they continue finding new inspiration based on where they are now compared to where they were when they started with the company. Their dreams and goals have grown and changed, but the constant has been the inspiration provided by members of The Alliance.
Next, the guest duo covered what “eternity” means in The Alliance. Adam and Chadwick talked about the importance of leaving a legacy for others to follow and being honest and open about what we think “eternity” means long after we leave this Earth. Eternity is part of the “P.I.E.” that The Alliance includes in the playbook. We are more focused on the mission than the commission because we know that if your heart is in the right place, the commissions will come.
Relationships are a huge part of being a member of The Alliance. Without relationships, what is the point? We want to be around people who like people. We want to be around people who like helping people. It is a big family.
Chadwick and Adam shared personal stories of taking trips with The Alliance and how it changed the way they viewed the world. Both men said they have grown tremendously since joining The Alliance, and believe they owe it to Andy and Jane Albright to keep growing and help other people succeed in business. The stories and experiences are part of building strong relationships with people before they ever needed them as friends. Eventually, the people in your life will be there to help you when you need it most. The key is to get to know people and establish a relationship before you need something from a person.
The Alliance has 8 Core Values and Adam and Chadwick discussed each of those values and explained a little bit about what they mean to them and to our company. Excellence, Service, Integrity, Accountability, Respect, Compassion, Community and Gratitude are the 8 values of The Alliance. If you haven’t seen The Alliance playbook, make sure to ask your upline or agency manager to go over it with you.
The values of The Alliance are all equally important. We believe that it is important to follow all of them and take them seriously. We understand that nobody is perfect and mistakes will happen, but we strive to operate by our values every single day.