Flipping the Switch: Unleash the Power of Personal Accountability Using the QBQ!

Flipping the Switch: Unleash the Power of Personal Accountability Using the QBQ!

Flipping the Switch Unleash the Power of Personal Accountability Using the QBQ When a light switch is flipped the flow of energy that is released reaches the lightbulb in an instant bringing it to life Similarly asking the right kind of question a QBQ is the first step to empo

  • Title: Flipping the Switch: Unleash the Power of Personal Accountability Using the QBQ!
  • Author: John G. Miller David L. Levin
  • ISBN: 9780399152955
  • Page: 241
  • Format: Hardcover
  • When a light switch is flipped the flow of energy that is released reaches the lightbulb in an instant, bringing it to life Similarly, asking the right kind of question a QBQ is the first step to empowering what Miller calls the Advantage Principles five essential practices that will lead to a richer experience in every aspect of life LEARNING live an engaged and enerWhen a light switch is flipped the flow of energy that is released reaches the lightbulb in an instant, bringing it to life Similarly, asking the right kind of question a QBQ is the first step to empowering what Miller calls the Advantage Principles five essential practices that will lead to a richer experience in every aspect of life LEARNING live an engaged and energized life through positive personal growth and change OWNERSHIP attain goals by becoming a solution oriented person who solves problems CREATIVITY find new ways to achieve by succeeding within the box SERVICE build a legacy by helping others succeed TRUST develop deep and rewarding relationships With compelling real life stories and keen insights, Miller demonstrates how anyone can find success and satisfaction by flipping the switch.

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    This book was a quick read (like an hour and a half) but it was filled with a lot of great examples of what it means to have personal accountability. It's very easy to point the finger at others for why things go wrong, whether it's at work or in your personal life. After having read "QBQ: The Question Behind the Question," I saw the importance of looking at what differences I can make in my own personal relationships and my relationships at work. This gives a brief review of what the QBQ is at [...]

    Pretty good book on personal accountability - I had not read QBQ but that didn't seem to make much difference as the author takes the time to explain the concepts there. This is a quick read and there isn't much repetition. It is something that should be taken to heart in all areas of business, especially those involved with customer service.

    This is a book on personal responsibility and why, in any situation, asking "what can I do?" Instead of placing blame or responsibility on anything else,, no matter what, is optimal. I love this concept. This book has several great examples of how to employ this practice and stories from how others have used it Overall this slim volume felt like a large advertisement to read the authors other book, QBQ. If you've read that book you may enjoy this more. If you haven't,refer to my first sentence s [...]

    How to make the people in your organization more accountable? - read this book and do the exercises with your teams. There's a great chapter on a critical element for organizational functioning - TRUST.

    Great daily readGood follow up to the amazing QBQ book. I recommend as a practical guide to implement all the life changing principles from that game changer book.

    Very practical and easy to read companion to QBQ. I was able to take several lessons and add them to daily practice. I will also be sharing them with our company

    Taking personal accountability is certainly a skill I need to refine. This book helps identify steps to do so.

    Pretty good book overall. Definitely start with the previous book - QBQ, which discusses the fundamental concept of making sure you're asking the right questions to make forward progress.Flipping the Switch takes it to the next level, though, discussing Application Principles that add to the QBQ. The application principles are Learning, Ownership, Creativity, Service, and Trust. Each section gives a relatively brief discussion of the principle, how it relates the the QBQ concept, and an entertai [...]

    While QBQ told us what a QBQ was, Flipping the Switch tells us how to implement it. However, I felt that Miller spent far too much time rehashing the principles of QBQ. He gave us letters, examples, and demonstrations of how the principles can work in our lives, but at only a little over 120 pages long, I felt that space could have been used more wisely. Rather than reading examples, I'd have preferred to read more about how to apply these principles more carefully to my own life.All in all, thi [...]

    Responsibility is important to anyone, right? This short novel goes through the steps of taking personal accountability and take action in your life. It has a step by step walkthrough of how you can become a better person and lead a more prosperous life. Giving real life examples in the text really drives the point home too. Seeing other peoples' problems and how they work with them help you to formulate your own ideas and solutions in your life. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone [...]

    This book I read cover to cover while sitting in the waiting room of the doctor's office. So, chalk one complaint for the doctor and chalk one refreshing point for the book.QBQ = Questions behind the question and this is a sequel to the book I didn't read.You can summarize this book by just saying "Take ownership". It's nothing new that we have probably not heard before in some corporate seminar or college class. Sometimes, though it's nice to hear some stories of an ownership mindset that actua [...]

    Awesome book!John Miller has done it again, QBQ was a recommended read by my area director. These books are great, I've started to eliminate victim thinking and taking accountability for my actions. Repetition is the motor for learning. I try and keep the QBQ message in front of my mind in all situations. Ask yourself the right questions and you'll have a completely different outlook on life and stressful situations. Moving on to his next book Outstanding!!

    Not the beefiest book on the block (125-ish pages with big type), this little volume is still full of great insights. Nothing earth-shaking, but plenty of reminders of how to remove yourself from the victim mentality and move forward in life. There are also many anecdotes that help drive the points home. Easy to read, uplifting, encouraging.I'm looking forward to reading QBQ as well.

    This book promotes personal responsibility by using five aspects: learning (this creates a positive growth cycle); Ownership (by becoming solution-oriented, you learn to solve problems more efficiently); Creativity (you can find new ways to success by promoting your creativity); Service (helping others succeed helps to create a legacy); and Trust (trust is the key to relationships).

    This was a fast read. Nothing really new . . . the main focus is on personal accountability in all areas of our life. Instead of looking outside of ourselves and blaming, look for solutions we can and do have control over. There were several good stories in the book illustrating the principle of personal accountability. Jon

    A good, short read to encourage us all to stop grumbling and blaming (yes, I'm guilty too!) and take action and personal accountability in our lives. A fast way to recharge us to be better employees and also applies to our personal lives.

    Would *anyone* mistake this for the kind of book I enjoy?Even outside my general type, this self-help tome was particularly grating. For god's sake, it has an acronym in the title. The general public doesn't automatically translate "QBQ."

    The book is very intresting, pretty much its all about takeing the negativity away. so instead of asking negative question you would replace them with posatives how i can do this. what can i do. and so forth. I like the book over all very short read

    An excellent continuation of the first book "QBQ The Question Behind the Question." This is Accountability at it's best. A must read for all employees in all organizations. All organizations would do them selves a great bit of good by making these two books a requirement for employment.

    I read this for a book club at work. I'm generally disdainful of self-help books in general and I can't say that this was any great exception but it did have some general practical life advice. Basically, turn everything inwards and don't blame others. Personal accountability. Not a bad principal.

    Great follow up to QBQ. My biggest criticism of QBQ was that I wanted more concrete things to act upon other than just asking better questions. By giving goal like Learning, trust, creativity, service, ownership, I think that this books can guide our thought-life even more.

    An easy read, and a good pick-me-up for when you didn't get that promotion at work. Otherwise, it's the standard "I can" self-help message that reminds us to think positively and look for the silver lining. Good message to take away : I can only control me.

    Pretty much what one would expect from a public speaker- his standard presentation in a short book. Easy to read and very short, there isn't much to this book. It emphasises personal accountability.

    A little more specific than the QBQ book, but the message is the same. Take personal accountability to a new level in your life and see what happens.

    Decent read, but don't recall it adding too much to his original book, The QBQ. If you only read one of his books, I'd recommend the QBQ. This is decent but the other is more foundational material.

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