Honestly Speaking: How the Way We Communicate
Transforms Leadership, Love, and Life


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Advance Praise for Honestly Speaking

Andrew's ability to weave the ancient practices of yoga with modern day psychology creates a powerful language for approaching our modern times.” — Janet Stone, Janet Stone Yoga

“Andrew’s book is filled with practical concepts and ideas on how to communicate and connect with authenticity. He highlights, “how you are perceived is how you are,” and asks us to pause to set the right foundation for healthy communication. Reading his book will set up your company’s culture for success!” — Toni McLean, COO, Hudson Institute of Coaching

“I’ve been lucky to see Andrew’s communications leadership first-hand and know this book will inspire so many people.” — Sheryl Sandberg, COO of Facebook, Author of “LeanIn: Women, Work, and the Will To Lead”

“Communicating effectively in this environment requires an ever-evolving set of tools. Andrew’s roadmap to meaningful conversations is an invaluable tool. These tips can be used in personal and professional settings – and everything in between!” — Eric Schultz, former White House Principal Deputy Press Secretary and special assistant to President Obama

Good communication is at the heart of leadership, and leaders at every level should be working on improving this critical skillset throughout their careers. Andrew Blotky’s book offers powerful, practical tools for leveling-up communication, and demonstrates how authenticity, clarity, empathy and connection can be cultivated at work and in every other aspect of our lives.” — Ben Rattray, Founder and CEO of Change.org

“Powerful, practical, and solid advice on communicating with confidence. Andrew's expertise will change the way you think about leading at work and loving those who matter most.” — Keith Rabois, technology entrepreneur, executive and investor, General Partner, Founders Fund

“Andrew’s book provides a powerful framework for communicating, because it flips the focus away from pushing a message out to connecting with those around you in more meaningful ways. It's a game changer for anyone who wants to get better at communicating.” — Caroline Fredrickson, President, American Constitution Society and author, “The Democracy Fix: How to Win the Fight for Fair Rules, Fair Courts, and Fair Elections”