As Harvesting Insights continues to grown and gain traction and attention, it’s important to remember our mission, which is simply: Learn. Grow. Share. The words expressed on this site are never final. They’re never written in stone, but are merely stepping stones toward our next learning or teaching moment on our way to enlightenment.
Our mission came upon us very organically. Needing guidance, strength, and confidence, we turned to the greatest spiritual leaders and mentors, sages and philosophers, and personal development coaches in history. From contemporaries such as Stephen Covey, Tony Robbins and Eckhart Tolle to the Buddha, Siddhartha Gautama. From the Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. to the teachings of the Christian Bible, the Quran, and the Bhagavad Gita. From the ideas passed down from our most prolific Stoics to the time tested fables of the Tao Te Ching, we continue to learn. The learning fostered growth, and the growth created within us a desire to share.
Learn. Grow. Share.
That’s why we’re here.
What People Are Saying
Sitting in public reading this and yet again you have, through your eloquence and strength to say what most of us ignore, reduced me to tears. Andy, you are an inspiration.Andrew B
Bless you, for your transparency, your genuineness and you’re never-ending desire to help others and make the world a better place.Andrea L
Freak! Why can’t the whole world have a heart like yours?Barbi F
So thoughtful and well-written Andy. 😭
I respect your articulations and I love your heart 🙏🏼♥️Rebecca D
This is powerful stuff! As someone who struggles similarly to you, I’m very thankful for your openness and transparency. My tool kit looks very similar and as I age the dark and scary days are fewer and farther between. Thank you so much.Kim T
Thank you for your amazing words of wisdom! I want my kiddos to read this as I know they would benefit. What an inspiration you are with your words and how you live your life as a person, a teacher, and a father!Paula B
I really enjoy your writing. It truly is inspiring and eye-opening. Gives you a moment to think and reflect! It’s hitting a few nerves, so I call that success!! You’re a very good writer.Doreen H