John G Miller is the author of QBQ! The Question Behind the Question, and several other titles which speak to Personal Accountability, eliminating Blame, Procrastination, and Victim Thinking.
The hosts of Gun Freedom Radio are proud to have included John’s work in Part 4 of their 4-Part Series on Conflict De-Escalation and Conflict Resolution.
John has spent his life becoming an expert in one area: his opinion. And John has one clear mission: Helping Organizations and People Practice Personal Accountability. He is the author of a number of books, including:
QBQ! The Question Behind the Question • The QBQ! Workbook • Flipping the Switch • Outstanding! 47 Ways to Make Your Organization Exceptional!
And John has co-authored: Raising Accountable Kids
John lives in Denver, Colorado with his wife, Karen, 6 daughters, and one son … PLUS a Pug named Nug, a Shiba Inu named Mabel, one Ball Python, 7 Box turtles, an Australian lizard names Wizard, a parrot named Popeye, a horse named Roxy—and a very scared Shih Tzu! Karen and John also have 7 grandchildren. Lastly, John serves on the Board of Directors of the Denver Rescue Mission, an organization dedicated to feeding the homeless.
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Our guest today is John G Miller. John is the author of QBQ!: The Question Behind the Question, and several other titles which speak to Personal Accountability, eliminating Blame, Procrastination, and Victim Thinking.
1) It is bizarre to even ask this question, but what is Personal Accountability and is it still possible in this day and age?
2) What is this mysterious question you allude to in your book title?
3) We are seeing adult temper tantrums playing out in our streets across the nation – whether or not the violent rioters and “autonomous zone” residents are righteously angry (as they insist they are) – it seems that they are behaving in ways we would not allow our children to do. In that vein, tell us about your book Raising Accountable Kids.
4) Is it possible to bring these values, and encourage them, in our places of work?
5) Taking personal responsibility for our own lives is deeply ingrained in people who own guns and advocate for our Constitution and Bill of Rights. Independence requires that we are accountable for our own actions and lives. What one thing would you say to all of the millions of brand new first time gun owners across this nation to encourage them to stay that course of Independence?