Monday, July 15, 2013

One Question

If you could ask one question to the people you admire the most what would that one question be?  Do you have a habit of asking questions - being inquisitive?  Ken Coleman, a radio talk show host and emcee of the Catalyst Conferences, has made a career of asking questions - tough questions - to those that have made a difference in our culture.


In his latest book, One Question: Life-Changing Answers from Today's Leading Voices, Ken Coleman invites you to listen in on as he talks with some of the most notable leaders, authors, politicians and newsmakers of our time.  You will be inspired and motivated by some of their responses.

Ken uses conversational style of interviewing to get to the heart of three primary areas:  Succeeding, Surviving, and Sustaining.  For example:
  • What is Coach Tony Dungy's advice for success while maintaining integirty?
  • How does Dan Cathy of Chic-fil-A view the value of passing the torch of leadership through the generations?
  • What does New York Times bestselling author Jim Collins believe to be the biggest roadblock to achieving success?
Filled with not only portions of his interviews but also personal stories, Ken gives the reader a source of wisdom that will last for years to come.

I had the pleasure of flipping the tables on Ken and interviewed him on the power of asking questions and what he personally gleaned from his interviews for the book.  To listen, click here.