Why you need to question your questions with John G. Miller

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If you find yourself frustrated in your business (or in your life), you may not be asking the right questions. In this episode of Office Talk, I’m chatting with John G. Miller, author of QBQ! The Question Behind the Question (among others).

Most of us ask externally-focused questions like, “Why are we going through this shift?” and “Why does this always happen to me?” Really, we should be asking ourselves questions about how we can ask more empowering questions that move us forward and help flip the switch on victim thinking, procrastination and blame.

As John says in our conversation, the Question Behind the Question (QBQ) helps you get on a path of higher personal accountability and responsibility. Instead of waiting for change, you ask what you can do to make that change happen--and you help others in the process. Instead of trying to change others in your life, think instead of what you can do to support the team, partner, child, or be the best you can possibly be.

If you’ve been struggling with moving forward in your business or in your home life, this episode is for you.

LISTEN TO THE EPISODE

WHAT YOU'LL LEARN IN THIS EPISODE

  • What questions to start using to focus internally on yourself--rather than externally

  • The question that emotionally stable people ask the most

  • The one thing you should be willing to do as a business owner

  • What you can do to provide more value to your customers

  • The questions you need to ask yourself so QBQ works for your parenting skills

RESOURCES WE TALKED ABOUT

 

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