Andrew Miller

About

Andrew Miller has over two decades of experience in advising and running businesses of all shapes and sizes. He is the founder of 'Business Enjoyment', dedicated to bringing joy back into business and creating a movement where everyone is talking about enjoyment as the key measure of success rather than just sales and profits.

Andrew spent 17 years working as an insolvency practitioner for KPMG, one of the global accountancy firms. The role of the insolvency practitioner is frequently misunderstood but, in essence, it meant his job was to run businesses, albeit in extreme circumstances.

However, working alongside business owners watching everything that they'd built collapse in front of their eyes, made it clear how important the human factor is in everything we do.

In 2012, he published his first book, the unique and life-changing "Hope Won't Pay the Wages", specifically designed to support anyone facing a corporate insolvency. From interviews with directors who had experienced the worst, it became clear that there was more to life than money and assets. On a day to day basis, Andrew helps established business owners to break free from their chains of struggle and create a life of reward and fulfilment.

Andrew is a qualified accountant, insolvency practitioner, has diplomas in both personal and corporate coaching, and also one in psychology, just for good measure. Andrew is married to Sharon, and they have been together for over 20 years.

Connect with Andrew:

Website – www.businessenjoyment.com Twitter: @enjoybiz