Item description for The Traveler's Gift: Seven Decisions that Determine Personal Success by Andy Andrews...
Overview At a low point in his forty-six-year-old life, David Ponder finds himself traveling back in time to meet with some of the wisest people in history in this modern day parable of choice, success, and the true meaning of life.
Much like the best-selling books by Og Mandino, this unique narrative is a blend of entertaining fiction, allegory, and inspiration. Storyteller Andy Andrews gives a front-row seat for one man's journey of a lifetime. David Ponder has lost his job and the will to live. When he is supernaturally selected to travel through time, he visits historical figures such as Abraham Lincoln, King Solomon, and Anne Frank. Each visit yields a Decision for Success that will one day impact the entire world.
Citations And Professional Reviews The Traveler's Gift: Seven Decisions that Determine Personal Success by Andy Andrews has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
Bookpage - 01/01/2003 page 6
Library Journal - 09/15/2002 page 80
Publishers Weekly - 10/14/2002 page 65
Publishers Weekly - 10/21/2002 page 69
Christian Retailing - 12/09/2002 page 16
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Studio: Thomas Nelson
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.59" Width: 5.77" Height: 0.81" Weight: 0.75 lbs.
Release Date Nov 3, 2002
Publisher Thomas Nelson
ISBN 0785264280 ISBN13 9780785264286
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More About Andy Andrews
Hailed by a New York Times reporter as "someone who has quietly become one of the most influential people in America," Andy Andrews is the author of the New York Times bestsellers How Do You Kill 11 Million People?, The Noticer, and The Traveler's Gift, and is also an in-demand speaker for the world's largest organizations.
Zig Ziglar said, "Andy Andrews is the best speaker I have ever seen."
The Noticer and The Traveler's Gift were featured selections of ABC's Good Morning America and continue to appear on bestseller lists around the world. His books have been translated into over 25 languages.
Andy has spoken at the request of four different United States presidents and toured military bases around the world, being called upon by the Department of Defense to speak about the principles contained in his books. Arguably, there is no single person on the planet better at weaving subtle yet life-changing lessons into riveting tales of adventure and intrigue — both on paper and on stage.
He lives in Orange Beach, Alabama, with his wife, Polly, and their two sons.
Andy Andrews currently resides in Orange Beach, in the state of Alabama. Andy Andrews was born in 1959.
Andy Andrews has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about The Traveler's Gift: Seven Decisions that Determine Personal Success?
A great story, and a great way to be all you can be Mar 9, 2007
I loved this book, I couldn't put it down. The story is a fun, quick read, and it is heavily laced with very good self-help suggestions. The seven decisions, if implemented can really help you. I would recommend this book to anyone thinking about it!
a unique format to understandiong Mar 8, 2007
a mixture of story telling combined with the most important messages I have read to date - Thank you Andy Andrews
Wow, don't miss out Mar 6, 2007
This book is simply amazing. If you are looking for a one day read, that you simply cannot put down and learn some "secrets" to life, buy this book. The story line has you on the edge of your seat for over 200 pages. I was tempted many times to go right to the end and read the last chapter. There are two chapters that I will never ever forget. One is when the Traveler was speaking one of the Wise people about "the buck stops here" I think he said something like God does not always make us right choices, but he always allows us to make the choice right. Amazing to say the least. The second one is when the Traveler is with the angel Gaberial. Wow, cures to cancer, and everything else that is present, were simply a decision away. Never quit!!! Very inspiring. I loved every page of it. Worth buying a case and givng to every person I know.
WOW! Feb 17, 2007
WOW! What an awesome book! I couldnt put it down. I was assigned this book to read for a Leadership class that I'm taking and loved it! The author has a wonderful way of making a point using historical characters. Fantastic book!
Tired of kissing frogs? READ THIS! Feb 16, 2007
Ardent readers know you sometimes have to "kiss a lot of frogs" to find a gem. Persistence pays off, however, when you finally run across a book that has the potential to change people's lives. Such a book is THE TRAVELER'S GIFT by Andy Andrews. I stress the word "potential" because there will always be some who will never glean knowledge when it is presented to them all gift wrapped in glitter paper with a flowering satin bow.
This is indeed not the first book along this same or similar theme. In fact, there are many that come to mind, all of which possess a certain richness to them and all of which give the reader pearls. What the reader chooses to do with them is another question entirely. There will always be readers, and subsequently, reviewers, who will say things like, "there's nothing new here", and these are the unfortunate ones of which I speak. Perhaps they have read similar volumes before, the sad truth is, they could read a hundred more and never get the gist of a single one. They search for some magical formula that will transform their lives simply by ingesting the words, but all the success books in the world will accomplish nothing if not applied. This one is surely no exception, but the message is definitely here if the reader is ready to receive it.
While the basic premise may have similarity to a Stephen Covey or even Napoleon Hill, Andrews' book is presented in a very unique way. The story features a man struggling to make ends meet, keeping his head above water, when suddenly life comes crashing down upon him. With the weight of the world upon his shoulders, in a moment of desperation, our main character even contemplates ending his life, thinking his family to better off without his failures dragging them down.
An instant before a crash, our subject embarks on an incredible journey. A journey that forces him to examine what can be done to put his life, not just back on track, but on a new course that will transcend even all that he ever dreamed of.
This is a quick and easy study of changing your life by changing your mind. The information is here to make anyone a success. What readers do with that information is up to them. Follow these seven steps and the sky is the limit. Read the book and complain that there is nothing new here and you will be right. There will be nothing new here for you.