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  Typical Questions for guests Business in Motion movers and shakers in business reveal their secrets, lessons, mistakes and triumphs

As a guest of Business in Motion, you will be asked questions that draw out what you did and why? The purpose is to demonstrate to listeners how they can learn and adapt from your experiences. You might be challenged on an apparent stroke of good or bad luck.
We want to learn from you.

Your host, George Torok, does not work from a prepared list of questions. Instead it is a conversation of discovery. That makes it much more interesting for our listeners. Many times guest have pointed out, “George, you ask good questions.”

What questions might George ask you? It all depends. You can read some of the questions he has asked of previous guests.

What business are you really in?
What was the biggest obstacle you had to overcome?
Who were your heroes?
What makes your company unique?
Describe your ideal employee.
What would you do differently – if you could turn back the clock?
Day-to-day what gives you the greatest joy?
How is your business changing?
What was your toughest decision?
What is your definition of success?
What are your skills that helped you to succeed?
What will be your next challenge?
Why did you do what you did?