About Andy Bernstein

Is there a best practice for dealing with major challenges in life? Andy Bernstein first asked this question as a teenager, when his father and little sister died unexpectedly.

Determined to find answers, Andy spent years exploring many different processes, including three years working closely with self-help pioneer Byron Katie.

In 2004, Andy created a new 7-step process that has been embraced by thousands of leaders at dozens of Fortune 100 companies because it’s smart, it’s not “touchy-feely,” and it works.

Since 2007, Andy has taught at Wharton Executive Education, where his programs are always audience favorites. He has also done extensive work with non-profits addressing addiction, discrimination, cancer, and other challenges of modern life.

Andy’s book, The Myth of Stress, was published by Simon & Schuster in 2010. He graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the Johns Hopkins University, and lives in New York City with his family.