home-reflectionEvery day brings it’s own stories and it is story-telling that fascinates Andy Gibney. From the tales told in a pub or at work, to the historical saga’s of ancient years. Everyone has a tale to tell and Andy’s purpose is to take those stories and make them into something that will move readers and the people who listen to him speak.

His first book “The Magic Number” was published in 2013 and revolves around the tales of Graeme Obree (world record breaking cyclist), Nirvana and Elvis Presley. The idea is how to build your life in 90 day blocks, using the principles that these three as well as Google, Pixar and Innocent (amongst many) use to grow their businesses. Of course, the same principles can be used to make massive changes in your personal life as well.

It is the world of the personal that Andy drew inspiration for his latest book, to be published in February 2015. Entitled “How to seduce your wife (or anyone’s else’s)” it is a look at relationships in the 21st Century. It argues the point that in a technology led world we are more disconnected than we have ever been although we have more devices to contact each other with. It is a look at sex in the internet/Facebook era with the most explicit and honest sex survey ever conducted for a book and more than anything, it explores why men are not listening to the messages that women are sending and why it is that 85% of all relationship splits are initiated by women. “50 Shades of Grey” is the fantasy, this is the reality.

To book Andy for your event please call on 01536 513715 or email at andygibney@nobrain-nogain.com

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