The Me Myth - What do you mean it's not all about me? by Andrew Griffiths

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Successful Australian businessman and bestselling author Andrew Griffiths has a simple but effective message to share: it's time to stop analysing our lives and time to start living. Andrew defines The Me Myth as the limiting belief that the world revolves around me. In short chapters he gives advice on how to shift the focus away from me and start living a better life through simple actions like mastering empathy, giving generously, inspiring people and having fun. The message is simple, but profound. And, most importantly, Andrew makes the journey fun!

The Me Myth is a result of Andrew's observations as well as his own personal journey. His life has been filled with extraordinary hardships and obstacles, from an unusual childhood to near-death experiences, which he has not only overcome, but thrived on. This is the next step in personal growth it's time to move away from internal analysis and move the focus outwards.

About Andrew Griffiths

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Andrew Griffiths is a serial entrepreneur with a passion for helping people to achieve both their business and personal dreams and goals. He is a dynamic keynote presenter, specialist consultant and internationally renowned author.As an orphan growing up in st1:statest1:placeWestern Australia/ST1:PLACE/ST1:STATE, Andrew survived neglect, abuse and tragedy. In spite of this childhood filled with so many negatives, he grew into a positive, funny and endlessly enthusiastic man. Andrew has taken what life has thrown at him and grown from it rather than letting it overwhelm him.He started his first business at the age of seven when he sold newspapers in the red light district of Perth. Since then he has gone on to sell encyclopedias door-to-door, travelled the world as an international sales manager for a large Japanese shipping company, worked in the Great Sandy Desert for a gold exploration company, been a publisher, had his own scuba school and retail store, and worked as a commercial diver throughout Australia and Papua New Guinea. He has founded and run two boutique marketing and corporate communication firms in Australia. The experiences and observations gained from working with hundreds of clients became the major catalyst in writing his series of business building books, 101 Ways, which have been sold in 50 countries and translated into many languages.
Published September 9, 2009 by Simon and Schuster. 250 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help. Non-fiction

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