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The Noticer: Sometimes, All a Person Needs Is a Little Perspective

The Noticer Sometimes All a Person Needs Is a Little Perspective A new story of common wisdom from the bestselling author of The Traveler s Gift Orange Beach Alabama is a simple town filled with simple people But like all humans on the planet the good folks of Or

  • Title: The Noticer: Sometimes, All a Person Needs Is a Little Perspective
  • Author: Andy Andrews
  • ISBN: 9780785229216
  • Page: 128
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A new story of common wisdom from the bestselling author of The Traveler s Gift.Orange Beach, Alabama is a simple town filled with simple people But like all humans on the planet, the good folks of Orange Beach have their share of problems marriages teetering on the brink of divorce, young adults giving up on life, business people on the verge of bankruptcy, as well asA new story of common wisdom from the bestselling author of The Traveler s Gift.Orange Beach, Alabama is a simple town filled with simple people But like all humans on the planet, the good folks of Orange Beach have their share of problems marriages teetering on the brink of divorce, young adults giving up on life, business people on the verge of bankruptcy, as well as the many other obstacles that life seems to dish out to the masses.Fortunately, when things look the darkest a mysterious man named Jones has a miraculous way of showing up An elderly man with white hair, of indiscriminate age and race, wearing blue jeans, a white T shirt and leather flip flops carrying a battered old suitcase, Jones is a unique soul Communicating what he calls a little perspective, Jones explains that he has been given a gift of noticing things that others miss Your time on this earth is a gift to be used wisely, he says Don t squander your words or your thoughts Consider even the simplest action you take, for your lives matter beyond measure and they matter forever Jones speaks to that part in everyone that is yearning to understand why things happen and what we can do about it.Like The Traveler s Gift, The Noticer is a unique narrative is a blend of fiction, allegory, and inspiration Gifted storyteller Andy Andrews helps us see how becoming a noticer just might change a person s life forever.

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    1. Andy Andrews says:
      Hailed by a New York Times writer as a modern day Will Rogers who has quietly become one of the most influential people in America Spoken at the request of four different U.S Presidents Every single minute a book by Andy Andrews is sold somewhere in the world New York Times Bestselling Author of The Noticer and The Traveler s GiftSource andyandrews

    Comment 448 on “The Noticer: Sometimes, All a Person Needs Is a Little Perspective

    1. Cassandra says:
      I m going to go against popular opinion and state that this wasn t a very good book Sure, there were a few good life lessons included in its pages However, the writing was mediocre and the story telling was terrible The characters were unbelievable, both in dialogue and action I was surprised that the characters didn t punch Jones for delivering these messages that go against the grain of their lives While the messages were good ones, it was unbelievable that people would accept these messages r [...]

    2. Darbyscloset says:
      The Noticer by Andy Andrews, is a pleasant surprise of a read The book illustrates a short story with a powerful punch a story that I don t want to spoil for any readers of this review I ll tell you this though, my husband and I participate in a highway clean up project sponsored by our township and when we first started he insisted that we pick up cans on the same side of the street and then pick up cans on the other side during the walk back, otherwise there would not be any cans for us to pic [...]


    3. Chelsea Ursaner says:
      Way too self help for me and the writing was nothing special, but there were some definite gems within the book that I think back to sometimes This is the primary one so now you can move onto another book without hesitation sorry Andy Andrews I m going to just paraphrase the concept In the same way that Americans and Scots both speak English but may as well be speaking different languages, there are different dialects to the language of love People sometimes come across difficulties in their rel [...]

    4. Jeanette Blackson says:
      This is the first book I have read by author Andy Andrews and it will NOT be the last I picked up this book free through Thomas Nelson s Book Review Blogger Club well I actually downloaded it onto my Sony e Book Reader I was kind of hesitant to read it as I had not read anything by Andy Andrews, but once I picked it up I could not put it down Andy is a great author and this book was an easy read It was a shorter book only 176 pages but had a lot of good content and some great life lessons I am s [...]

    5. Brenten Gilbert says:
      This book is yet another example of how my life is constantly interrupted by the subtle whispers of someone wiser i ve mentioned before that the media that i engage in often speaks directly into the situations that surround my life and The Noticer proves this once again of course, in this particular instance, the book speaks directly to a much larger audience than just me we are currently living in what i call a chicken little era everywhere i turn, i m faced with one thing that should cause me [...]

    6. Lionel Valdellon says:
      The Noticer by Andy Andrews is 156 pages of important life lessons wrapped within a feel good, inspirational novelette The lessons are thinly veiled homilies spoken by the main character Jones to a cast of unfortunately flat, characters who barely resemble real people with real dialogue Still, the book s lessons and overall message are positive, and Christian without mentioning God too often The book will appeal to mothers, grandmothers, fans of inspirational literature, and anyone who enjoys Ha [...]

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    8. Farnoosh Brock says:
      Good story, makes great points but gets a bit too redundant.I loved Andy Andrews s The Traveler s Gift I had no idea what was around the corner, and I know I am not reading page turner fiction here but still, I wanted this book to have that quality so I can stay with it I love Andrews s style of telling stories and making a great point or two across Jones is a good strong character and I like the concept of PERSPECTIVE yes, everything is indeed about perspective, no doubt about it and the author [...]

    9. Mike (the Paladin) says:
      Okay, some will like this book much better than I Some will love it, be moved and inspired by it.I m not and never have been a fan of certain types of self help books who knows maybe I d be rich and so on if I d listened better.LOL, oh well Mr Andrews has written several books and based much of his writing on his 7 decisions After his parents died he did as in the book spend some time homeless This book purports to tell the story of how he came out of this life and came to his seven decisions, w [...]

    10. Herelbowroom says:
      I picked up this book thinking it was going to be a bit about slowing down and noticing things to improve my personal perspective on things By the middle of the book, my perspective on The Noticer was dim In the last chapter, I was throwing the book across the room, scrunching my hair thinking I could ve done this It was a than disappointing read.Andy Andrews has an inviting writing style, like listening to an old friend albeit sometimes a know it all, annoying friend , but I found the other e [...]

    11. Delene H. Allen says:
      I really enjoyed this little 156 page book Judging from the title, I first thought the book would be about people watchers you know, those folks who like to sit in the mall and study people as they walk by After the first page or so, I realized that the central character, Jones not Mr Jones, just Jones is The Noticer Jones has a knack for being at the right place at the right time and say the right things to those who need help the most Jones would notice things, point out his wise observations [...]


    12. Veiledhorizon says:
      I read this back in 2015 I really liked the story It has such a powerful message

    13. Antoinette Pack-Smith says:
      Such a good book I love reading a book that really makes you think I wish I could meet someone like Jones, he knew all the right things to say without the fluff Most folks figure a true friend is someone who accepts them as they are But that s dangerous garbage to believe He gave a dismissive wave of his hand The kid who works the drive through at your local fast food restaurant accepts you for who you are because he doesn t care anything about you But a true friend holds you to a higher standar [...]

    14. Jo Rae Jetton says:
      DO YOU SEE WHAT I SEE BOOK REVIEW BY JO RAE JOHNSONFrom a distance you may think that Jones is a homeless man, alone with no family, and only a small suitcase of belongings Move closer and Jones would tell you he s a man with a wealth of places to stay, friends who love him like family, and possessions meant to be shared Jones would say you might need to change your perspective Andy Andrews introduces us to Jones in his latest book, The Noticer Andy is living under a pier and has no job, vehicle [...]

    15. Keiki Hendrix says:
      Do you need a fresh look at things Have the issues in your life become mundane Then take a journey into the book The Noticer Sometimes All You Need is a Little Perspective by Andy Andrews.In this book, you travel through the lives of ordinary people who encounter a man named Jones An unassuming character, but only at first Once he engages you in conversation, you will never look at things in the same way again.Very similar to the character Baggar Vance in the film The Legend of Baggar Vance , Jo [...]

    16. Susan says:
      I have just finished The Noticer Sometimes, all a person needs is a little perspective When I began this book, it reminded me of The Five People You Meet in Heaven in that it s a series of chapters, each about meeting a different person.An old guy Jones shows up around town, meeting people at pivotal periods and giving them just the advice they need to turn their life around One of Jones s favorite sayings is You lack perspective, and he does have a knack of saying the right thing at the right t [...]

    17. Michele Harrod says:
      Mix some Mitch Albom, the Five Love Languages, and a touch of the Peaceful Warrior and you ll have The Noticer A cute little book that is a nice easy read about getting life in perspective There are some real gems is this book Nothing earth shattering, just those little nuggets, that if you are smart to take and hold for a while, just might turn your world into a goldmine My take home nugget that felt like a bit of the Jonesing I needed myself was this one Five seagulls are sitting on a dock One [...]

    18. Almeta says:
      Serendipitously stumbled across this book and made it my first read for 2012 Never heard of it, and knew nothing about it when I started.It presents vignettes of stressed relationships in a small town, and then has a wizened old man appear from nowhere to encourage a different perspective of the problems All logical and tidy.Although the subject matter sounds deep, this was an easy read.The Noticer Sometimes, all a person needs is a little perspective couldn t have been a better choice for a New [...]

    19. Kate Marinova says:
      The book Is thought provoking but I couldn t connect with any of the characters Although it had some flaws it is definitely worth to read and open your eyes.

    20. Annette says:
      This book s message has a religious undertone, although the author takes care never to attribute the actions of Jones with Jesus It s similar to the popular Joshua series.Jones is an old man who is of unknown age, race or origin He finds Andy living under the pier in a small Alabama gulf shores town and proceeds to teach him how to pick up the pieces and become successful in life.Andy doesn t see Jones for years until he returns to the town and be friends a number of townspeople with serious rel [...]

    21. Nina says:
      Eure Zeit auf dieser Erde ist ein Geschenk, mit dem ihr weise umgeht solltet Ergeudet nicht eure Worte oder Gedanken Haltet selbst das Einfachste, was ihr im Leben tut, f r ber alle Ma en wichtig es wirkt fort bis in alle Ewigkeit Wenn wir Dinge an uns und anderen entdecken, die es uns erlauben, uns neu zu sammeln, tief durchzuatmen und unser Leben wieder anzupacken, dann ist es tats chlich wahr Das Beste kommt noch Und das war unser gr tes Geschenk Das Geschenk einer neuen Perspektive Manchmal [...]

    22. Dalene W. says:
      This is a very interesting book We winter in the Gulf Shores Orange Beach area This is the second book by Andy Andrews that I have read Andy occasionally preaches at our church down there He is a very remarkable man and writes very remarkable books He has such a simplistic way of getting his point a crossed I love his style of writing This book is well written and enjoyable to read.

    23. Megan Knippenberg says:
      I love the central idea of this book that all you need to change your life is a little perspective The story is neat, and there is a lot of good advice packed into this little book The only thing keeping it from getting five stars is that sometimes the wisdom in the story seems forced.

    24. Ryan Alsaihaty says:
      Sometimes all a person needs is INDEED a little perspective Collection of related short stories that revolve around Jones, not Mr Jones, just Jones and the lives he changed by merely thinking about difficult situations differently ie having a different perspective.Light and enjoyable reading.

    25. SoniaBelviso says:
      Whatever you focus on, increases.I guess I needed that reminder.

    26. Annie Petkova says:
      An easy going piece of writing reminding us of how we should live in comfort.



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