In his spare time, Andy is also an engaging speaker (motivating Fortune 500 companies the likes of GM, Eveready/Energizer and 3M), oft-published author, inventive stage director, half-decent snowboarder, hot-and-cold hockey goalie, and controversial pop artist.
Other accomplishments include being named one of Canadas Top 40 Under 40 business leaders by the Financial Post in 1997, voted one of the Top 100 Montrealers of the 20th Century by the Montreal Gazette in 2000, and honored as a distinguished recipient of the McGill Management Achievement Award in 2004.
His major disappointment is that he has only one life to live but hes working on a solution.
I am interested in finding out what his solution to having only one life to live! I have enough to do to cover about two or three myself but anyway...
Well, if youre Fred, you can give the seemingly flavorless and colorless liquid a personality. Instead of tinkering with the product, Freds stroke-of-genius was changing the packaging from the standard chunky and round to an eye-catching sleek and flask-like.
Read more of what he says about this new Fred Water.
Think about it. Think back to the great Surprise moments in your life, the highlights you STILL talk about. Not just the bargains or exquisite service, but the unexpected visit from a friend, the Surprise birthday party, the time your spouses simple haircut became a high-flying Afro perm, the $100 bill you found in the street
I could go on and on, but the point here is that hopefully, so can you.
Read more about the highlight reel of life!