This is the fourth episode for the Quality Living Made Simple podcast. My name is Joshua Rivers, and I am your host. We all want to have a quality life, but we run into difficult situations all the time. The purpose of this podcast is to understand what it really means to have a quality life and How to build and maintain that life with simple tips, tools, and tricks. Feel free to leave comments and questions below, or to send me an e-mail.
Today, I have John G. Miller with me. He is known for his work with QBQ! The Question Behind the Question. He has a new book about specifically for parents.
We will be talking about what QBQ is and the importance of personal accountability. We will look at the simplicity of the concept and some practical ways to implement them. A main focus is on his newest book, “Parenting the QBQ Way.”
John is giving away two copies of “Parenting the QBQ Way.” There will be an additional person that will get a bundle of his books. I will draw the names March 15. Here’s what you need to do:
- Answer the question in the comment section below.
- Fill out this simple form.
- Tweet this or share on your other social networks. (“Get a free book from @QBQGuy! SimpleLiving.us/004 via @JoshuaWRivers #QLMS #Podcast“)
Question: How can you improve your personal accountability with your parenting?
My friend, Matt McWilliams, also interviewed John. You can read and/or listen to that interview as well.
0 comments on “Interview with John G. Miller – QLMS #004 Podcast”
My main focus to improve my parenting in regards to QBQ is to start by controlling the questions I ask to make sure they are not IQs. As they see me looking at things differently they too will make some improvements. Thanks for the interviews, it is also interesting to see the correlation between parenting and leading your team.
I’m about to head to bed but plan on listening to the Podcast tomorrow. However, since your going to pick the winner sometime tomorrow wanted to provide a comment/answer before so I can be in the running:) I hope that’s ok.
I have recently heard about QBQ and his newest book for parenting. Being a new father of a 15 month old I want to read all the parenting books now so I’m fully/as prepared as I can be to raise a child in today’s society.
You’ll be entered….this time!
Thanks for stopping by. I’m sure you’ll enjoy the podcast when you get to it. The book helps to put your attitude where it should be focused, which is the key to making the right choices.