Amy Anderson

Why You Should Join the YouEconomy

By Amy Anderson | October 30, 2018

The YouEconomy is empowering, individual and flexible. Are you ready to take the leap?

eXp Realty Is the YouEconomy in Action

By Amy Anderson | October 30, 2018

Meet the company that is redefining the real estate industry.

What You Didn’t Know About Chip and Joanna Gaines

By Amy Anderson | December 5, 2017

With the release of his new book, Capital Gaines: Smart Things I Learned Doing Stupid Stuff, Chip Gaines—co-host with his wife, Joanna, of HGTV’s Fixer Upper—reveals surprising stories from his life as a business owner, husband and father. Here are a few enlightening facts behind the hometown success story: Related: Chip and Joanna Gaines Are…

Chip and Joanna Gaines Are Ready to Risk It All

By Amy Anderson | December 5, 2017

Chip Gaines sits on the rustic front porch of the farmhouse he shares with his wife, Joanna, and their four kids. On the crisp, green lawn are two abandoned scooters, a hoverboard and a football, all waiting for the kids to finish their schoolwork. Chip is talking about his partnership in life and in business…

How Camila Alves Is Changing the Way Kids Eat

By Amy Anderson | November 12, 2017

The co-owner of Yummy Spoonfuls has a fresh perspective on raising healthy kids.

Brendon Burchard’s High Performance Habits

By Amy Anderson | September 1, 2017

After studying the research on more than 2 million people, the best-selling author shares the secrets behind improving every aspect of your life.

The 3 Types of People You Need in Your Life

By Amy Anderson | June 28, 2017

T.D. Jakes on the personal relationships that can make or break your professional success

T.D. Jakes Wants You to Suffer

By Amy Anderson | June 12, 2017

The preacher, entrepreneur and author found his blessings in brokenness, and success amid failure.

T.D. Jakes: The Instinct to Succeed

By Amy Anderson | April 12, 2017

The pastor and author shares how to harness the power within you.

My True Story of Alcoholism, Addiction and the Choice to Live

By Amy Anderson | January 17, 2017

I know that my life today—as blessed and real and challenging and joyful as it is—wouldn’t be possible without the horror and sadness and hurt that came before it.