"The Question Behind the Question" by John G. Miller is a book that emphasizes personal accountability and the power of asking better questions. Here are 8 lessons from the book:

1. Practice Personal Accountability:
Take responsibility for your thoughts, actions, and outcomes instead of blaming external factors.

2. Ask Better Questions:
Shift from asking unproductive "why" questions to proactive "what" and "how" questions to find solutions and take action.

3. Avoid Victim Thinking:
Reject a victim mentality and focus on what you can do to improve a situation.

4. Take Immediate Action:
Instead of dwelling on problems, take immediate action to address challenges and move forward.

5. Model Accountability for Others:
Lead by example, demonstrating personal accountability to inspire and influence others.

6. Eliminate Procrastination:
Stop delaying and start taking the necessary steps to achieve your goals and overcome obstacles.

7. Promote a Positive Workplace Culture:
Foster a culture of accountability by encouraging team members to ask better questions and take ownership of their responsibilities.

8. Continuous Improvement:
Embrace a mindset of continuous improvement, always seeking ways to enhance personal and team effectiveness.

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