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Amy Anderson

Amy Anderson
Amy Anderson is the former senior editor of SUCCESS magazine, an Emmy Award-winning writer and founder of Anderson Content Consulting. She helps experts, coaches, consultants and entrepreneurs to discover their truth, write with confidence, and share their stories so they can transform their past into hope for others. Learn more at AmyKAnderson.com and on Facebook.
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What Agoraphobia Taught Me About Fear Versus Facts

By Amy Anderson | May 19, 2016

3 Ways You’re Fooling Yourself Into Paralysis

‘Embrace the People Who Tell You You’re Full of Crap’

By Amy Anderson | April 5, 2016

Gary Vaynerchuk on authenticity, self-awareness and the future of business

How to Go From Employee to Entrepreneur

By Amy Anderson | March 28, 2016

Hint: It starts with your mindset.

Meet Kendra Scott, Homemade Millionaire

By Amy Anderson | March 7, 2016

Kendra Scott has melded family, fashion and philanthropy into a multimillion-dollar empire of bling.

3 Rules I Learned From Hiring the Wrong Person (Twice)

By Amy Anderson | January 12, 2016

The responsibility is on you for a bad hire. But it also means that the opportunity is yours to make a great hire.

When It Comes to Pleasing Difficult Clients, Sometimes It’s Better to Be Fired

By Amy Anderson | December 28, 2015

I will never please all people. Neither will you. The question is, how long are you going to beat yourself up about it before you set yourself and your customer free?

Do These 4 Things to Avoid Losing Your Mind as an Entrepreneur

Do These 4 Things to Avoid Losing Your Mind as an Entrepreneur

By Amy Anderson | November 19, 2015

Learn when to listen to experts, when to expand and when you’re doing too much.

‘Leadership Leads You to Be Overwhelmed. That’s Just a Fact of Life’

By Amy Anderson | July 9, 2015

Contrary to what most people might think, the biggest obstacle to maintaining focus isn’t distractions. Interruptions, overscheduling, smartphones and the like are not solely to blame for a leader’s wandering attention and lack of effectiveness, says John Addison. No, the real problem is that leaders tend to focus on what interests them rather than on…