QBQ! Blogs

Accountability and Self-Awareness

Join our new parenting Facebook Group: “Raising Accountable Kids” Our son, Michael, gave me an odd compliment: “Dad will say a ton of stuff to you

The Quiet Victim Thinker

Stuart emailed us saying, “QBQ! totally changed my life.” I wanted to know more, so I typed, “Wonderful, Stuart! How did our material specifically make

Walk in Humility, Defeat Self-Importance

That’s 15-year-old me entertaining my brother-in-law, Tom, and sister, Lucy. As you can probably tell, as a kid I was loud, verbal, boisterous, and high-energy.

Accountable Living: Facts, Truth, and Mirrors

Whether we call it “working backward” or just truth-based examination of facts, responsible people get to the root of problems. Forthrightly. Honestly. Dare I say,

Excuse-Making: Anyone Can Do It!

Ready for a virtual QBQ! workshop? Explore here. Todd volunteers in an Alaskan prison. He believes in the QBQ! message of Personal Accountability so much

Change Your Thoughts, Change Your Life!

QBQ! Facebook Discussion Group here. — — — — — On Independence Day, in the Land Of The Free,” I woke up asking, “What could possibly keep me un-free?”

Relationships: The Power of Neutral

Join us today in our new QBQ! Facebook Discussion Group here! In 1969, I did my big 6th-grade project on Switzerland. Little did I know,

Your Career: Having Fun Yet?

Yep, that’s me in the old photo, on stage early in my “speaker” career, sharing “Personal Accountability and the QBQ!” with the Jostens’ management team