July 18, 2018 by Joe Kiedinger
Human dignity. Ahhhh…. it feels good! To be dignified is like no other feeling. Dignify defined is: to feel worthy of honor and respect. Indeed, you deserve to feel this way.
July 11, 2018 by Joe Kiedinger
Vulnerability—the characteristic of champions!
June 27, 2018 by Joe Kiedinger
Danica and I love Disney. I’ve written about Disney World in many “Wisdoms”. We’ve visited Disney over a dozen times and have even attended Disney Institute which provides professional development training.
June 20, 2018 by Joe Kiedinger
As I write this “Wisdom on Wednesday”, I’m on the road working in Burlington, Vermont. What an amazing small business community. Located at the base of the town is Lake Champlain. It’s very large and the foothills of Vermont on the opposite shore frame it beautifully.
June 13, 2018 by Joe Kiedinger
Last week, I shared a very traumatic scare with our daughter, Aria. For those who are unaware, she ruptured her spleen in Tomahawk, Wisconsin in a boating accident and had to be air-lifted to Marshfield, Wisconsin. Mom flew with her to the hospital while Dad (that’s me) and her two sisters had some work to…
June 6, 2018 by Joe Kiedinger
– A New Perspective – How many times have you driven through the McDonald’s drive-through and thrown your extra change into the plastic container under the window? It’s for the Ronald McDonald House Charities, which fund 366 Ronald McDonald Houses in 42 countries.
May 30, 2018 by Joe Kiedinger
Productivity in the workplace is boosted by positive stimuli that cause the brain to release feel-good chemicals associated with the employer. Certainly physical wellness programs can achieve a similar effect. However, it’s important to realize the best physical wellness programs rely on teamwork. A group accomplishing something together creates engagement, which leads to productivity and…
May 23, 2018 by Joe Kiedinger
In today’s world of technology at our fingertips, we are exposed constantly to calls, emails, texts, social media messages, LinkedIn invitations and the like. It’s not like the olden days when folks would work a solid eight hours at the office with a landline as their only incoming source of communication. At the end of…
May 16, 2018 by Joe Kiedinger
As I mentor people, I have found that most people struggle with money. I don’t mean a lack of it or managing it. I mean the very root of it. I think that struggle comes from fear and not really understanding what money is. I have to admit, I used to be one of those…
May 9, 2018 by Joe Kiedinger
There are many obvious “known” things about a person. These could include physical characteristics like gender, hair color, or height. They also include behavioral descriptors like stubborn, happy, or enthusiastic. These things are known to both the person themselves and the people who interact with them. There are also “unknown knowns”. These are things that…