About the Founder

Bin Yang 

Bin Yang is the Founder and Managing Director, focusing on the leadership efficiency, top team performance and long-term social and economic value.

Although talented in Business and Law, Bin Yang went to medical school instead due to her parents and had the nickname “X-Ray” at clinics.   Later, she invented the 6Q Approach to help her patients find missing tools to meet challenges and stay healthy.  Many recovered quickly, including the same day, with minimum re-occurrence.

Bin Yang enjoys seeing others at their best.  To build exceptional leaders and optimize top team performance is the most efficient way to empower millions at one time.  However, to her surprise, top MBAs and other institutions build leaders with IQ, EQ and behavior tools alone, which often make complex issues “intractable” since the complex issues usually involve human whole 6Q system, for example, to know talent deeply, take risk, manage conflicts, and handle setbacks.   Through the 6Q Approach, she has helped many leaders find efficient solutions to  “intractable issues.”   In addition, she has authored the book: What Stops Leaders from Good to Great (2017) and many other articles.   She will share her story with you in the video below.

Bin Yang is a live sample of the many “impossible to possible.”  She was rear-ended in 1997 and suffered a Traumatic Brain Injury.  However, she got zero from the US Supreme Court while many experts predicted she would never recover.   She decided to apply for the U.S. Medical License Examinations (USMLE) to recover herself, and passed all three steps of USMLE in 2.5 years.  Later, she did residencies in Psychiatry at Texas Tech University and Internal Medicine at a UCLA-affiliated hospital 2004-2006.

When asked why she founded The Prince Synergy, Bin Yang replied, “It is inefficient to help people one at a time.  We can empower millions at the same time by building exceptional CEOs and Level 5 leaders and optimizing top team performance.   I believe I am chosen for the journey.”