The Wednesday Call with Andy Albright
About This Show
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!
Most Recent Episode
EP109: Service Defined
3 days ago
On this episode of The Wednesday Call podcast, Andy Albright and Jeff Bright discuss the role of service in The Alliance and explain why it matters so much. What is the recipe for service? The Alliance believes it is maturity plus optimism plus civil courage. That adds up to service. Do you have a responsible attitude, do you have a positive outlook and do you operate out of selfless behavior? When you have a healthy identity, it leads to a greater meaning and purpose. When you have high moral authority it leads to proper alignment in all you do. When you exercise trust it offers unity. When you have hope it creates a bond. When you have the right mix of mercy and grace, then you understand sympathy and empathy through intimacy and awareness. Maturity: The ability to respond in an appropriate manner according to the circumstances in ones surroundings which is directly tied to one’s recognition of one’s meaning and purpose. This correlates into a need to serve others … in a move away from a cognitive approach to a moral development called moral authority. Do you have a healthy identity? Meaning vs. purpose … the what vs. why. Add moral authority. This is observable and relentless. It is lawful alignment. Accepting years of wisdom over minutes of emotionally clouded judgment. Walking the walk. Honor vs. judgmental Obedience vs. reactionary Judgment vs. resentful Recognition of a person’s influence by their efforts to demonstrate personal commitment to follow through objectively with the fullest extent of reason creating right conduct. Belief, information and action. Optimism: a disposition or tendency to look on the more favorable outcome which in turn creates hopefulness. This correlates into a service mindset. Optimism Trust (unity) plus hope (bond). Trust involves acceptance (creates safe environment), agreement (promotes supportive environment) and alignment (establishes strength in numbers). Hope is about attraction, affection and attachment. This deals with emotional state, courting state and a shared state. Civil courage: a choice to stand up for something right/just and a willingness to recognize and confront issues/tasks in the face of popular opposition/discouragement as well as personal loss. With this display of moral courage comes possible negative social consequences which require one not to re