Frequently Asked Questions:

  1. What qualifies you to write this book? (3 min.)

  1. Can you briefly describe the contents of this book? (2 min.)

  1. Who would benefit from reading this book? (2 min.)

  1. What motivated you to write this book? (3 min.)

  1. Can you explain why improving quality of life.is the foundation for all motivation? (2 min.)

  1. Why are the 3 secret skills of top performers so important? (3 min.)

  1. You created an anachronym RROSR for what purpose? (2 min.)

  1. How would you define a top performer? (1 min.)

  1. What is the #1 most powerful lesson to transform leaders? (3 min.)

  1. Who do you define as a leader? (1 min.)

Should Ask Questions:

  1. Can you explain the difference between an intrinsic and extrinsic motive? (2 min.)

  1. Why do top performers seem to operate naturally on a subconscious level when you state the importance of training the mind to bring unconscious information to a conscious level? (3 min.)

  1. Why is modeling top performers to shorten the learning curve so important? (3 min.)

  1. Why must leaders learn the personal needs and values of the people they lead? (3 min.)

  1. Why must new information be stated in meaningful and relevant terms to the audience? (2 min.)

  1. Can you provide examples to benefit our listeners why they must apply The Triad to The Big Four in their life? (3 min.)

  1. How are motivational and inspirational speakers different from you as a transformational speaker? (1 min.)

  1. Would you describe the process for learning The Triad Performance Improvement System difficult? (2 min.)

  1. What is the value in learning to apply The Triad? (2 min.)

  1. How can our listeners get a copy of your book, and enroll in one of your 7-module courses to instruct leaders of companies, organizations, or teams how to improve overall performance in less time on your website? (3 min.)

Interviewer notes:

            As the author do you speak or consult to business, education, athletic, and parent groups and organizations?

            Do you feel you are making a difference transforming leaders?

            You described P.T. Barnum’s simple business philosophy more companies are adopting today.  Can you tell us what that philosophy does?

            A universal behavior among all affluent countries today is “people do not value what they are given for free.”  Why is this behavior so little understood?

            As a school superintendent speaking to teacher groups and conferences you noted how most students do not know the difference between a need and a want.  Would you care to elaborate?

            Why are the needs and values of the performer (workers) so important for leaders to know?

            You call yourself a behaviorist. How is that different than a psychologist?

            Behaviorists B.F. Skinner had his “Black Box” concept and Robert Gagné his “Nine Events of Instruction.”  Why are these two concepts so important for leaders to understand and apply?

            In all behavior body language and voice tone are sensed by people who are consumers and develop relationships whom to trust or avoid.  Today the politically correct approach is to denounce profiling because it institutes bias.  But you state the first part of The Triad is “increase awareness.” So, how does the reader discriminate personal bias from using his/her senses to increase awareness?

            How is modern behaviorism different from B.F. Skinner’s ideas of operant conditioning?