In today's episode we talk about future planning, productivity through power of simplicity, staying focused and importance of work ethics
Biggest takeaway from this episode is that it's never too late to change your career to start doing something that really full fills you.
My guest shares his story how he decided to wrap everything up and go for a 2 year travel adventure traveling through 40 different countries after he had gone through life changing experience of going clinically dead during a problematic heart operation.
Andrew is an online marketing specialist, investor, owner of multiple fitness businesses and consultant to both corporate and private business sector.
He has helped generate multi-million dollar revenue to iconic brands in Australia, Asia and Europe.
From transforming Australia’s biggest brand, getting a Guinness World Record, launching market first mobile devices in Australia, to pioneering community-based influencer programs driving up to 500% ROI for Australia’s most popular brands in the technology, alcohol and telco space.
He has a unique, challenging and unorthodox approach to finding the sweet spot where real world behaviour, influence and digital marketing collide.
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