Distinguished Men by Andreas A. Jones

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Distinguished Men
Andreas A. Jones

Genre: Non Fiction, Business, and Self Help

Date of Publication: November, 2015

ASIN: B01805YR0K

Pages: 102

Format: Ebook

Book Blurb:

The foundation to long-lasting success in business and in life narrows down to one thing…character. It’s no coincidence the greatest leaders, the “Distinguished Men”, are men of impeccable character…and they rule the world! Throughout this book are powerful animal archetypes, which describe different personalities in terms of animal traits, and may show you a side of yourself that you didn’t know.

‘DISTINGUISHED MEN’ is packed full of information which cover everything from trust and unconditional love to reconnecting with those you care about, and healing yourself and moving forward. Animals are truly inspirational role models who, when given a chance, can enrich our own appreciation of life and provide us with a thought provoking promise of what is possible.

In this step-by-step book that describes how you can grow in influence, success and significance you will learn how animals have a lot of valuable lessons to teach us. By reading and implementing the information in this book you will begin your amazing journey in growing in influence, significance and success.

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First I want to thank Andreas A. Jones for doing the interview with me. Read the interview below and found how intriguing he can be.

1. What is your writing process?
I commit to writing at least 500 words per day (Monday-Frday) for 6 weeks and I have an accountability partner to keep me on track.

2. Who are your largest author influences?
John Maxwell, Robert Greene, Abraham Maslow and Napoleon Hill.

3. What is your favorite book?
Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill.

4. What is your latest news?
My book Distinguished Men debut #1 on the Best Sellers List in USA, Canada an UK.

5. What are the five things people do not know about you?

I am shy, the 3rd of 7 brothers no sister, I served in Afghanistan, I love 70’s and 80’s music, favorite color is blue.

6. What genre do you write?
Non-Fiction – Self Help.

7. What is your most recent book Distinguished Men about?
Helping help men all over world become aware and intentional about living a life of significance. By reading and implementing the information in this book you they begin an amazing journey growing in influence, significance and success.
8. What is the most important lesson you would want the reader to know in Distinguished Men?
Perseverance is the secret sauce of success!!!

9. What is a distinguished men?
Distinguished men are credible. They influence people by the way the talk, dress, and how they respond to issues. They demonstrate a strong knowledge base, respond to questions, and challenges in a timely and complete and accurate manner, and they use their teams to build performance, and outcomes. Employers, vendors, customers, easily learn to trust credible leaders and want to work with and buy from them because their reliability.

10. Which animal from Distinguished Men, do you admire the most, and why?
I am admire lion because it is associated with courage and is capable of surviving competitive environments. In life, courage is regarded as the life blood that fuel us. The lion personality has a unmistakable presence of courage. Moving with an unruffled calm of a cat and the dignified gait of someone in command.

11. What compelled you to write Distinguished Men?
Many men today feel adrift and have lost the confidence, focus, skills, and virtues that men of the past embodied. In a society with information overload and 24 hour news cycles, modern men are confused about their role and what it means to be an honorable, well-rounded man- a Distinguished Man. The causes of this male malaise are many — from the cultural to the technological. One factor is simply the lack of direction offered men in the popular culture. Men’s magazines today are largely about sex, sports cars, and getting six-pack abs.

12. What is greatest adversity you faced when you served in United States Army?
The greatest adversity faced while in Army was going to Afghanistan and constantly being in a space of uncertainty.

13. Is there a message behind Distinguished Men?
The end goal is to create a synergy of tradition and modernity that offers men a way forward and signposts on how to live a life that makes an impact on the world and leave a legacy your family can be proud of. Ultimately, Distinguished Men aims to inspire men to be better husbands, fathers, brothers, citizens — a new generation of great men.

14. What is the last book you read?
Outwitting the Devil by Napoleon Hill

15. What did you enjoy about writing Distinguished Men?
I enjoyed the journey it took me on. During the process I have grown and increased my awareness and consciousness.

16. How long did it take for you to Distinguished Men?
It took me 3 months.

17. Have you travel for your book, if so where?
No. I hoping to deliver the message of this book to men around the world.

18. Do you have a day job, you would be comfortable sharing?
I am an assistant Vice President at Suntrust Bank.

19. Do you have a muse? If you do, what do you love the most about him or her?
Yes my wife. She challenges my self limiting beliefs and continually push me out of my comfort zone.

20. What are your next writing projects?
My next book is called The Pain of Regret and it is about helping people to get back on the game of life.

21. How can fans reach you directly?
Fans can reach me directly at andreas@distinfuishedmen.org or by phone at 404-376-6452.



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About Mary Sage Nguyen

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