It’s a powerful thing when we recognize that the only person we can change is ourselves. When we take personal accountability, we’re able to start taking action to improve our circumstances and move forward.
We’re joined on this episode by John G. Miller, the founder of QBQ, Inc., a Denver-based organizational development firm dedicated to “Helping Organizations Make Personal Accountability a Core Value.”
John shares his story of creating QBQ based on his years of training experience, why he’s so passionate about personal accountability, and how he’s seen these concepts impact him personally.
We also discuss how personal accountability can help us avoid procrastination, how these concepts apply to our personal lives and relationships, and the question that is a game-changer for reducing stress.
Please join me for this episode and let’s reflect together on how personal accountability can transform our work and our lives.
More Information About John G. Miller
QBQ - https://qbq.com/
Resources Mentioned in This Episode
Dave Ramsey - https://www.ramseysolutions.com/
Dan Miller - https://www.48days.com/
48 Days Eagles community - https://www.48dayseagles.com/a/10052/UzHBhAb4
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Dan & Elizabeth
John G. Miller is the founder of QBQ, Inc., a Denver-based organizational development firm dedicated to “Helping Organizations Make Personal Accountability a Core Value.” John invested a decade selling leadership and management training and his QBQ! material was developed facilitating 10,000 hours of training inside corporations in all industries.
A 1980 graduate of Cornell University, John lives in Denver with his wife, Karen. The Millers have six daughters, one son, and 10 grandchildren.
John wrote the million-selling QBQ! The Question Behind the Question, as well as these titles:
Flipping the Switch … Unleash the Power of Personal Accountability
Outstanding! … 47 Ways to Make Your Organization Exceptional.
The QBQ! Workbook (co-authored with daughter, Kristin E. Lindeen)
Raising Accountable Kids (co-authored with wife, Karen G. Miller)
Learn more at QBQ.com today!