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"The Wellness Puzzle is one of the most comprehensive lifestyle books I have ever read. If you follow Andrew's seven life principles, you will be on the way to achieving his hefty goal of living well and living to 100."
Dr Ross Walker

"Hi Andrew, I want to say a HUGE thank you for writing ACCIDENTAL AUTHOR.  You have inspired me! It turned out to be exactly what I needed to get me over the line in BELIEVING I can achieve my dream of being an author."

"I finished reading 'Dance until it rains', I absolutely loved it, I couldn't put it down. I'm so glad you got it finished! Your Mum was a wonderfully inspirational woman. Your book has made me even more determined to tell my story."


Andrew was a huge motivational force in helping me to write my book. He was there to help me from the beginning, and thanks to Andrew, I was motivated enough to keep on track with my writing, and to complete the book."

"Andrew, I also wanted to thank you again for enabling me to do what I have done.  Without your support, your interest and your skill I would not have started this amazing experience let alone finished it and held my book in my hand.  I am an author not by accident, but because you gave me the skills and the confidence to be one."


"Andrew is with his audience - he has a powerful desire to engage audience into his message"

“Very inspiring talk. I came feeling quite flat … I left feeling motivated to make a change in my life”

"As part of our Health and Wellbeing Program Andrew Jobling facilitated a half day session for employees around  long term health and wellbeing. This was rolled out Nationally for over 200 of our employees. Andrew was able to actively engage with our staff and provide an energetic and fun session providing constructive reinforcement of ideas and learnings. The feedback from employees and managers was some of the most positive feedback I have ever received about a training session or facilitator."
Susan, Costa Group


"Andrew Jobling came to speak to our Year 8 and Year 9 students about goal setting, and never giving up. He was engaging, he encouraged the boys to look within themselves for their strengths, and  always have the perseverance to keep trying. The boys found him to be motivating, funny, and relatable.
His message is particularly relevant to students ready to take their next step in their life journey. His personal delivery, and his professional approach meant that all students were engaged with his message."
Cassie, Trinity Grammar

"Andrew, thank you for coming in to speak to our student leaders about the importance of determination and having the right mind set. The feedback from our students was that your presentation was engaging and worthwhile; and they got to know each other a little better during the interactive activities."
Louise, Balwyn HS


"I thoroughly enjoyed being a part of the live video Funshop. The information was invaluable and interesting. Great to hear other's experiences too. Andrew engages his audience in a relaxed but professional manner. He is full of positive energy which is contagious and inspires us all to believe in our own success."



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‘We create our destiny by dreaming bigger than most people would think reasonable, by believing in ourselves more than most people would think sensible, by making decisions that most people would think illogical and continuing to act way beyond the point that most people would have given up.'

~ Andrew Jobling


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I like being known as... The positive man!

Posted 7/20/2019

There is an inspiring man, who is a very successful businessman, speaker and author, named Skip Ross. He has created a full day seminar he has been delivering for many years, called the Dynamic Living Seminar. Straight away I was interested. I mean is there anyone who truly doesn’t want to live a dynamic life? I know I surely do. I devoured the audio series and listened to it time and time again. One of the things Skip said, that has stuck with me over many years was this; ‘You can choose to be happy or you can choose to be unhappy. It’s always better, it’s always wiser, it’s always smarter to choose to be happy!’

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It's not about health... Get passionate about life!

Posted 7/13/2019

Yes, I’ve spent 30 years in the health and wellbeing industry. Yes, I spend most of my life talking to people and encouraging them to make better choices about their own health and wellbeing. Yes, I focus every day, and with every decision, on my own health and wellbeing. Yes, my mission right now is to create a wave of wellness all around the world. Having said all of that, health and wellbeing isn’t what I’m passionate about. Does that sound weird? Does that seem like a total contradiction? Are you confused? If I am not passionate about health and wellbeing, what I am I passionate about? Well, that’s an easy one. I am passionate about my life!

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Nothing moves... Without purpose!

Posted 7/6/2019

With every new day that goes past, with every different person I speak to and with every fresh insight I learn, I am more and more convinced of one true and undeniable certainty in life. That is; nothing moves in the direction we really want, without a purpose. I speak about this often, and I talk about how important finding your purpose is, but I really want to bear down on it this week, to help you get into action and start the journey of finding and following your true purpose in life. I think too many people see the concept of purpose as one too ethereal to take seriously. It does sound a little woo-woo. I understand, and for many people, life is just too full, hectic and busy with the urgent things that they don’t have time to worry about something so ‘childish’. Well, let me tell you in no uncertain terms; nothing great – and I mean nothing great – will happen in your life until you find your purpose.

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The last minute, is... The wrong minute!

Posted 6/29/2019

Every few weeks, I need to write a blog for one person. That person is me! Too often, I realise there are still things I need to improve in my life, and, writing this stuff helps me get really clear on my own limiting conditioning, and, moving through it towards abundance. Along the way, hopefully you will relate to this issue, as I believe it’s one of the most common afflictions of the human experience. It is the; leave it to the very last minute, panic and deal with the mess then! Do you know what I’m talking about? Have you ever been there? Have you ever regretted being there? Are you open to trying a new way of doing things and getting better results? Well, I for one, am absolutely ready, and that it why I am writing this; for me. So, please join me on this journey…

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Sometimes, you need to... Power-down!

Posted 6/22/2019

I am currently sitting on a flight to Bali to spend some time with my beautiful wife, Laura, who has been there a month already getting her bags made for New York fashion week later in the year. I am sitting next to a very nice man, named Ken. We introduced ourselves to each other, found out a little about what we each did and then asked each other what we would be doing in Bali. Ken is catching up with his girlfriend and some other friends, and then, he asked me. I told him that I am going to meet Laura, spend some time with her, but really, my main aim is to rest, regenerate and enjoy my wife and the beautiful island of Bali. In fact, the words that came out of my mouth were, 'I'm going to power-down.'

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You've got them, so... Use the tools available!

Posted 6/14/2019

Have a think about the building you are sitting in, or near, as you read this blog. It’s an impressive structure that has been constructed by human hands, mostly. I look at buildings and structures all the time, amazed at the ingenuity and talent of the architects, builders and tradies who brought them to life. What amazes me even more, are structures like; the Great Wall of China, the Taj Mahal, the Colosseum and the many other historic structures that were built thousands of years ago, with very primitive tools and a lot of grunt work. These days, buildings can go up in weeks and months, as opposed to, back in the primitive days, when it took years, decades and even centuries. What’s the difference? The tools!

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Ignore opinions, and... Focus on objectives!

Posted 6/7/2019

Do you honestly think the cat cares what others think about it, as it focuses on the fish in the bowl, and getting a quick snack? I think not! Do you really believe a toddler is worried about the opinions of others as he or she strives to take that first step, yet falls time and time again? I know that’s not the case. I know for a fact that my dog, Joia, does not care what my opinion of her is, when she barks to be let out for a wee at 2am. This being the case, why are so many people more concerned about what other people think about them, and then allow those opinions to stop them from focusing on the thing or things that will most bless their lives?

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Your head is the place to... Get in, then out!

Posted 6/1/2019

Your brain is the most sophisticated and complex structure in your body, and, on the planet. No other computer can come even close to doing what it can do. Your brain can imagine any possibility, solve any problem, create any outcome, overcome any adversity, heal any illness and guide you to any destination. It has the power to do the most incredibly wonderful things, however, it also has the power to take you down a path that you will regret, have regretted, or, are regretting. The key to using the amazing power of the brain, is to use it wisely and effectively. Get in, get focused and get out again.

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When challenges or adversity strike... Shake it off!

Posted 5/25/2019

Have you ever had one of those days? You know the ones… when things just all go horribly wrong? When you allow people to disappoint you, when something you were hoping for falls through and when you have an unnecessary conflict with another person? One of those days, you get to end of feeling discouraged, confused and disconcerted? Well, I’ve just had one of those days. It’s taken a little while to process and get over, and, the best advice I got from my mentor was to just shake it off and move on.

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Your dream is at stake, so... Hang on tight!

Posted 5/18/2019

In Portland, Maine, September 3, 1987, a commuter airline pilot, Henry Dempsey, fell through a door that popped open 4,000 feet above the ocean. The co-pilot immediately radioed the Portland tower for instructions to make an emergency landing, and asked that the Coast Guard be informed, as he thought Dempsey was lost at sea. Actually, he was hanging on for his life. When the plane touched down, at about 100 mph, Henry Dempsey was holding on with all his might, and his head missed hitting the ground by six inches, as he grasped the landing.

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