About the Founder

Bin Yang 

Ms. Bin Yang is the Founder and Managing Director of The Prince Synergy and BYBSH, focusing on building exceptional leaders, teams, systems, and providing excellent care at affordable prices, as she has found that nothing can ensure freedom and creativity better.

Although passionate about Business and Law, Ms. Yang first went to medical school due to her parents and got the nickname “X-Ray.”  She initially invented the 6Q Approach to recover herself from Traumatic Brain Injury due to an auto-accident and pass medical licensing exams.  Later she joined national brain research at USC and did residencies in Neuro-Psychiatry and Internal Medicine at Texas Tech University and a UCLA-affiliated hospital. Unlike other doctors, she helped her patients meet challenges, handle setbacks, turned impossible possible, and made many years of treatments into months, weeks, or days.  When she felt it inefficient to help people one at a time, she was “offered” bigger opportunities.

Ms. Yang first noticed that most institutions, including top MBAs, develop leadership with IQ, EQ, and behavior tools and often get poor results.  Through the 6Q Approach, she can evaluate leaders and talent at micro and macro levels, get to the root causes of their behaviors, and develop leaders and get talent ready 10 times faster.  She has authored the book: What Stops Leaders from Good to Great (2017) and written many other articles at Forbes and other media to let more people benefit the 6Q Approach.

Later Ms. Yang found that skyrocketing healthcare costs bankrupted the economy, so she opened Dream & Power to help businesses and individuals optimize healthcare quality while beating skyrocketing costs. She renamed Dream & Power to “BYBSH” after she had to recover herself from heart attack.  Ms. Yang has written articles to share her recovery stories “Don’t Commit Suicide, Bring Your Dreams Back to Life from Traumatic Brain Injury!” and “How I Found the Breakthrough in Heart Attack.”

When asked why she founded The Prince Synergy, Ms. Yang replied, “Nothing can ensure individuals’ rights and dreams better than their inner capacity.  It is more meaningful to help people before they go to the hospitals and empower millions at one time!”