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Get Vulnerable

Get Vulnerable

January 22, 2020 by Joe Kiedinger

Vulnerability—the characteristic of champions!

Let’s Talk About Love!

Let’s Talk About Love!

January 15, 2020 by Joe Kiedinger

Oh, man… LOVE! I love the word love. I know many people, when associating the word within the workplace tend to cringe at that thought. Their brains go to romantic love. The Greeks had several words for love: Eros: Erotic Love (stuff in movies), Philos: Brotherly Love (This is a love of conditions—if you agree with me then I will…

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No VACANCY!

No VACANCY!

January 8, 2020 by Joe Kiedinger

If you follow me on Instagram, you’ll know that I offer a Daily Cup of Joe Monday through Friday. It’s intended to give you a little jolt of inspiration to begin your day. I would like to expand on my post from yesterday. Picture your brains as being made up of a series of hotel rooms. Let’s pretend you only…

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A Different Look at Giving!

A Different Look at Giving!

December 18, 2019 by Joe Kiedinger

Danica and I are known for throwing unique Christmas parties for our Prophiteers. In the past we have had casino nights where the casino magically appeared after the Prophiteers arrived in our home. We have done live group karaoke with Dan Rafferty (NEW Piano Guys) where we rented a bar for the night and Dan set up multiple mics, projected…

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Vulnerability – The Characteristic of Champions

Vulnerability – The Characteristic of Champions

December 11, 2019 by Joe Kiedinger

Why are so many people afraid of being vulnerable? Why can’t many simply share what they’re feeling, openly and honestly? I think the #1 attribute of a great leader is humility. Humble leaders find it easy to be vulnerable. Vulnerability doesn’t mean over-sharing or involving an emotional breakdown. It simply means to listen with compassion and without judgement. As a…

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I Found Dignity on My Uber Ride!

I Found Dignity on My Uber Ride!

December 4, 2019 by Joe Kiedinger

I landed in Lansing, Michigan for a one-on-one with my coach. I’m working hard at better understanding myself and how I can be a better leader. It’s a journey, not a destination. I called for an Uber and Maurice picked me up. He greeted me with wild optimism and genuine excitement to meet me. He doesn’t know me, and I…

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Happy Thanksgiving, Readers!

Happy Thanksgiving, Readers!

November 27, 2019 by Joe Kiedinger

As is tradition, this is the one week I do not write a “Wisdom on Wednesday.” I simply want to thank you for reading and for sending me your great ideas and feedback. Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday because there are no expectations! Just eat, drink and be merry. And, of course, pause and be grateful for the many blessings…

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Humbled To The Core

Humbled To The Core

November 20, 2019 by Joe Kiedinger

I’m writing this in gentle reflection of gratitude and awe. I’m referring to the 18 individuals we employ here at Prophit. We call them, with affection, Prophiteers. Many of you may have heard that on Veterans Day an amazing man, my father, Tom Kiedinger, passed. My dad was a major centerpiece in the lives of us children. He was an…

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Abundant Thinking

Abundant Thinking

November 13, 2019 by Joe Kiedinger

Nelson Mandela is most credited with an idea that I have interpreted as follows: people aren’t afraid of failure. What they’re most afraid of is success. For in their success, they will be looked upon differently by those closest to them. What does it mean to think with abundance? Most people think it means only great wealth. That is simply…

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Change Or Be Stuck In The Change!

Change Or Be Stuck In The Change!

November 6, 2019 by Joe Kiedinger

Well, I was forced to change last week. I was at a hotel in downtown Milwaukee participating as a speaker-presenter on organizational health. For those of you who follow me, you know I’m a bit of a change agent (I’m just starting to understand Instagram, I know, I’m getting old). If it’s the right change, I’ll change. That was put…

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