Starve the Doubts: Interview with John Miller

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In this episode, host of Starve the Doubts Jared Easley invites John Miller in the show.

John is a salesperson, speaker, and author of Outstanding! 47 Ways to Make Your Organization Exceptional and founder of QBQ.com.

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The episode moves as John talks about the “what” and “why” in the QBQ (Questions Behind Questions) way!

 

Here’s what you’ll learn from this episode:

  • qbqKnow more about John’s book: The Question Behind Question 
  • The person who is told to wait vs. the person who waits to be told
  • Why winners fall forward?
  • The Personal Accountability Principle
    “Personal Accountability is foundational.”

    -          Knowing what you can do to adapt
    -          Asking “What can I do?”
  • Why not ask “WHY”?
  • Life experiences that fills John’s passion
    -          Death in the family
    -          Grew up in dysfunctional home
    -          Imperfect marriage
  • Using QBQ in parenting
  • Practicing personal accountability with spouse
  • Using QBQ to become a better leader, coach, and a parent
  • John’s ways of being a strong parent
  • Knowing what you can do to make a difference
    -         Ask yourself, “What can I do to make a difference – how can I contribute?
  • Changing yourself instead of changing the world
    -         Ask yourself: 
    “How can I let go of what I can’t control?”
    “How can I change – me?” mystery-man
  • How does a child become a product of parenting?
  • Tips on how to improve PUBLIC SPEAKING SKILLS
    “Speaking is a skill.”

    -          Be passionate in studying the craft
    -          A good speaker must have a coach
  • Are you a risk taker or a doubter?
    “I’d rather have my people often wrong but never in doubt.”
  • John talks about OutstandingOrganization.com

 

MY BIGGEST TAKEAWAY!

“Winners and successful people fall, but they fall forward.”

 

ADDITIONAL TIPS:

  • Go to the person that frustrates you and ask them what you can do differently.
  • Everything we teach comes back to “I can only change me.”
  • It is good to be in a position where you can choose whom you’ll work with. 

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