MOVE: Principles For Getting The Best Results
About This Show
Do you dream of getting more out of life each day? Do you desire to take the next step in your career, but it just doesn’t seem to be working out like you planned? Do you wish you were more confident in all that you do? Are you tired of having to make up excuses for why you aren’t where you want to be?
Welcome to MOVE: Principles For Getting The Best Results, a podcast designed to help you succeed in your professional and personal life. Andy Albright has spent more than 25 years learning principles of some of the most successful and influential people in the world.
With each episode, Andy will help you break through barriers, sail over obstacles and build momentum to guide you toward a better life. Maybe you want to learn how to handle stress or time management more efficiently, or just stop engaging in the blame game. If that sounds good to you, then MOVE is perfect for you. Lock in and listen as Andy shares practical and simple principles that all successful people follow and swear by. Every single day ordinary people do extraordinary things because they are willing to do what others are not. That is the secret to being successful. If you are willing to work and not give up, you will eventually get exactly what you want in life.
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Most Recent Episode
EP33: Don't Be Scared ... Run to Win!
On this episode of Andy Albright’s MOVE podcast, Andy introduces Lamb’s Chapel senior pastor Brian Biggers to talk about winning, why it is important that you are not scared and that you play to win in life. The Bible says, “Run to win.” Biggers was a high school track star in Charlotte, N.C. growing up. His specialty was 500 meters and he loved running, but he ran like he expected to win every single race. He didn’t run to be running. He ran so that he could win and he ran with that intention. Not all his teammates cared that much. They were just there and it didn’t bother them if they won or lost. There are four races that we all run in life. First, there’s the race of integrity. That means that you do the right thing all the time, whether you want to or not. If you have talent and you are gifted, you will get to the top. But, you can’t stay there if you don’t operate with integrity. When nobody is looking, you do the right thing period. Integrity is what keeps you at the top. If you don’t have it, you will crash and burn. You can build a great business and have all the money in the world, but if you don’t have great character then it means nothing. If you don’t win the race of character, you will lose it all one day. Second, you have the race of relationships. If you get rich, but don’t have great relationships then you have lost at life. You might win in business, but if you don’t have relationships with your friends and family then what good is it? You need people to share life with. It’s about family. We all need three people in our life. You need a person who is ahead of you in life, and you need to be around a person like that. You need a person who is about your age and is about on pace with you in life. You need a person that is not where you are that is younger that you can encourage and cheer for. If you cross the finish line first by yourself, then you have lost. You need to cross the finish line of life with somebody else. You have to bring people with you or it means nothing. Life is all about relationships. Third, you have the race of accomplishments and excellence. We give too many trophies these days just for showing up and that’s not right. You were made for more. You were created for greatness. Whatever you do in life should be done with all your might. Compete against yourself and be the best you can be. You want to accomplish something in