Dare to Care: An interview with Andy Thibodeau

Dare to Care - Andy Thibodeau | Journeys with the No Schedule Man, Ep. 13In this episode, I visit with Professional Speaker, Andy Thibodeau. Since 1992, Andy has delivered thousands of fun & inspirational assemblies and workshops across North America. Over two million people have seen him speak in all 10 Canadian provinces and 40 of states in the USA. Andy’s positive energy is contagious, and this conversation will be of great benefit for anyone looking to get more natural enjoyment and fulfillment out of wherever they are in life: work, family, school, social – it all applies.

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Some key things I took from Andy in this discussion:

1. Dare To Care. Dig In. Ask questions! Wherever you are, whatever you’re doing, there is always something that can be learned, a positive takeaway, a new good habit that can developed … something .

2. Collect, consider and act upon constructive feedback. Andy tells a few terrific stories where people called him on his BS. Rather than feel criticized, he took it as constructive feedback, evaluated himself and decided to do something about it. I think Andy would tell you this is a character trait that has served him brilliantly and it’s something we can all do better.

3. Love what you do and listen to your heart. If you’re in touch with who you are and what really matters to you most, you’ll trust yourself to make the decision that’s right for you, and you won’t expect yourself to be perfect. You’ll just keep doing the first thing: dig in from exactly where you are, and you’ll be just fine.

Spending some time with Andy was a real pleasure! I am sure that you’ll enjoy his positive energy and storytelling. I hope you enjoy it and hope you’ll dare to care.

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Kevin Bulmer is a Strategic Marketing and Mindset Coach and Keynote Speaker and founder of No Schedule Man Brand Media. He is the producer and host of the momondays London inspirational event series, strategic marketing coach for Awesomepreneurs and host of the podcast, “Journeys with the No Schedule Man.”

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  • Richie says:

    Those are some very important key points when trying to convey your message to others. Especially, Love what you do and listen to your heart. Sometime I think people get to caught up with other things and they forget why they began their journey with helping people. Thank you for this article, and I also agree there is always something to be learned. I look forward to reading more of your posts. :0)

  • Helen Vella says:

    Love your site, and great info, as a speaker myself you can never stop learning how to get your story across. Being yourself always the key.


  • David says:

    Wow, what an interesting site! I really enjoy hearing you speak on the podcast haha, I wish I could speak like that. Keep up the awsome work man.

    • Kevin says:

      Hi David,
      That’s kind of you to say. Thank you! I really enjoy the podcasts and am glad that comes across. Thanks for taking the time to visit and leave a note. I’m grateful.
      Be well,

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