Right now, at this very moment, you are determining who you will be in ten years.
I recently had the opportunity to be a guest on a great new podcast, Happen to Your Career. Their lineup of guests before me and coming after me is impressive (but I can’t tell you who is coming up or I’d have to kill you).
In this interview, Scott Barlow and I talk about the importance of self-worth and the importance of creating the lifestyle that works for you. I share a glimpse of my story and how I found a career that I enjoy (most days) and is meaningful to me. We talk about starting what you want to become today.
How do you start something big?
How do you set about changing the world, one career at a time?
Scott Barlow and Mark Sieverkropp literally are doing just that. They started Happen to Your Career (HTYC) with the mission of helping people find the work they love. (Read all about Happen to Your Career here)
Welcome to the final day of Family Leadership Week and part two of my interview with the author of Parenting the QBQ Way, John G. Miller.
If you missed yesterday’s interview, you can listen to and/or read it here.
You can listen to part two of the interview here. Warning: The audio quality is not great and I had the sniffles.
Or you can read it below.
Matt: This is my question.
What suggestion do you have for parents who had bad models (i.e. their parents)? I know the first step is to take responsibility for my own parenting. What do you think are the next steps?
Welcome to Day Four of Family Leadership Week!
Earlier this week I had the opportunity to interview the author of Parenting the QBQ Way, John G. Miller. If you missed my review of this book, you can read it here.
You can listen to the interview here. Warning: The audio quality is not great and I had the sniffles.
Or you can read it below.
A little about John:
John G. Miller is the author of QBQ! The Question Behind the Question, Flipping the Switch: Unleash the Power of Personal Accountability, Outstanding! 47 Ways to Make Your Organization Exceptional and co-author of Parenting the QBQ Way. He is founder of QBQ, Inc., an organizational development firm based in Colorado dedicated to “Helping Organizations Make Personal Accountability a Core Value.” A 1980 graduate of Cornell University, John has been involved in the training and speaking industry since 1986. He lives in Denver, Colorado with his wife, Karen. They have seven children and one grandson.
After I insult John by saying he is like my grandfather, we get into the interview with some great questions from readers and a few of my own.
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