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This week, I have an interview with Dave Stachowiak, and we're talking about core values. You can find out more about Dave at CoachingForLeaders.com.

 Here are some of the questions he answers:

  1. What are core values?
  2. Why are core values important?
  3. How many core values should you have?
  4. How do  you start choosing core values?

 We also had a question submitted by Mark Sieverkropp:

Can you describe the difference between a mission statement and core values? I have a feeling that they are distinct and both have a place, but I'm curious to know how you define both and what role they play in a personal, family or organizational life.

Here are some of the links from the show:

Importance of Core Values

Coaching For Leaders Episode #20 - Your Core Values

List of Core Values (as mentioned in the show)

Questions: Have you set your core values? Would you share them below? Any other questions or comments about core values?

Direct download: qlms_006.mp3
Category:Family, Kids -- posted at: 2:20pm CST

Interview with Kristin Lindeen, daughter of John Miller. Speaking about growing up in the QBQ home, lessons she learned, and how she is now able to pass it on to her own children.

You can find out more about Kristin and QBQ:

Twitter: @KristinLindeen

Website: qbq.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theqbq?fref=ts

Here are some listener submitted questions:

What things did John do that had the most impact on kristin in changing how she asked questions? Was there a point in her life when she rememers looking at personal accountability or has it always been ingrained in her thinking. - Wade Thorson

"What are you doing to pass down the QBQ legacy that your father has passed along to you?" - Jon Stolpe

Direct download: qlms_005.mp3
Category:Family, Kids -- posted at: 1:25pm CST

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."

Direct download: qlms_004.mp3
Category:Family, Kids -- posted at: 1:51pm CST

Today, I have Mark Sieverkropp with me. The conversation was pre-recorded, and there was some background noise and a couple times of poor connection. Regardless of a couple minor issues, it was a great conversation about the importance of purpose. Below are some of the things we talked about. You'll need to listen to get the full content.

Quote by John Maxwell in “The 15 Invaluable Laws of Growth”:

People say there are two great days in a person’s life: the day you were born and the day you discover why. I want to encourage you to seek what you were put on this earth to do. Then pursue it with all your effort.

  • Purpose answers the question "Why?"
  • Purpose gives us reason.
  • Your purpose needs to be bigger than yourself.
  • Joshua's purpose was bigger than himself
  • God has a purpose and plan for each of us
  • If we don't fulfill our purpose, God finds someone else (Esther 4:14)

Next episode, we will have a great interview with John G. Miller - the QBQ Guy! He has a new book out called "Parenting the QBQ Way" and we'll be discussing some of the principles from it.

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Direct download: qlms_003.mp3
Category:Family, Kids -- posted at: 1:10pm CST

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