Radio Interview on Brad Segall's show The Philadelphia Agenda on 98.1 WOGL (aired Sept 9, 2018)
Brad Segall hosts author Andre Huu and discusses his new book "The Round of Your Life". The trials and struggles in life is compared to the challenging game of golf. Golf lovers and lovers of a story of triumph will love this espisode of Philadelphia Agenda!
Radio Interview on The Morning News Show with local legend Larry Mathis and host
J.R. Williams on FM 102.3 KXYL
(aired on Aug 10, 2018)
Book Signing at HALF PRICE BOOKS
JUNE 23, 2018
Another successful book signing was held at Sugar Land's Half Price Books by author Andre Huu of The Round of Your Life on Saturday, June 23, 2018. He was able to meet many old fans as well as gain several new ones, who all got their own copy personally signed by the author!
Book Signing at QUAIL VALLEY GOLF COURSE
JUNE 16, 2018
Author Andre Huu successfully held his first ever Book Signing at the Quail Valley Golf Course. His first customer was an Ole Miss alumni named Phil (Andre is also a proud Ole Miss alumnus). Go Rebels, Hotty Toddy! Portions of the book sales were donated to the First Tee Chapter of the Greater Houston area.
Andre's BLOG POSTS on GoRead.com
Why I Did It & You Should Too
Those who are familiar with Tony Robbins knows that walking on fire is one of the most popular and powerful experiences of his four-day self-improvement seminar called Unleash the Power Within. Of course, I was very anxious and nervous about the whole thing, especially since I remember reading headlines a few years back of one participant who had sued him for severe burns suffered while participating in this very same fire walking activity. With this recollection in mind, why wouldn’t I be? Even those who’ve done it before often admit that they still get a little antsy every time. It didn’t help matters much when Tony himself admitted that even he got very badly injured one time because he was not “in state.” Click to read more...
Enjoy Food More and Eat Less
I was attending a yoga workshop over the past weekend, and during one of our lunch breaks, I was introduced to a concept called “Mindful Eating” by one of the Dahn Masters. The premise is basically this: When we are really hungry, most of us tend to just blindly stuff the food that is on our plate quickly into our mouths before chewing and swallowing as quickly as we can. We then move on to the next bite and the next bite after that, also as quickly as we can, in an effort to satiate our hunger. Or perhaps we might be in the company of friends or family, so we get all caught up in the interesting conversation with that person sitting next to us that we become almost totally unaware of what we’re eating, how quickly, and how much. The act of eating itself has now shifted into a type of “auto pilot” mode for us. Click to read more...