February 15, 2017 by Joe Kiedinger
If you are in the talent management arena, this article is for you. This means if you are in HR, a Supervisor, a Manager or in the C-Suite. This post is for you.
June 24, 2015 by Joe Kiedinger
My daughter Alina (on the bottom) sent me this pic of her and her friends with a fresh new idea! If you look closely, you will see that each girl supports the girl above her. Because of the angles and doorway width, it creates the perfect structure for stacking. This Millennial generation has such bright…
February 25, 2015 by Joe Kiedinger
I just returned home from an amazing place…Colorado! This is my second year of going out West for a few days. While there, I skied Winter Park with a couple of my buddies. I was expecting a great ski mountain and beauty all around, and I definitely got that! What I wasn’t expecting was the…
November 19, 2014 by Joe Kiedinger
There are people who are built to improve things. This picture has a much improved bloody mary! Check this out! Have you ever seen a creation of such beauty and abundance? This was discovered by my wife when on a business trip with her salon. It is designed for four people to share. She drank…
September 10, 2014 by Joe Kiedinger
Fear! What is fear? Fear is the unknown. Humans have this primitive fear of what they don’t know. Fear shows its face in subtle phrases we say or hear: “What do you mean by that? Why do they behave that way? What’s happening next?” It is directly connected to change. We hate change because we…
August 13, 2014 by Joe Kiedinger
About a month ago my son Alex and some friends were outside hanging out on our patio. I decided to join them and just “hang out”. They are all great guys. We had great conversation and the moment even led to some music. Here’s Alex playing the Beatles tune, Blackbird, on his guitar. He plays…
August 6, 2014 by Joe Kiedinger
So many folks out there are just waiting for the “right time” to do something. They patiently wait, hoping their lot in life will change. They wait, hoping for a promotion at work. They wait, hoping the economy will improve. They wait, hoping someone will point them in the right direction. They wait, hoping all…
June 4, 2014 by Joe Kiedinger
How does this little gas station do it? I pass this station on my regular trips to La Crosse on Highway 21. It is a1960’s looking gas station, with its old style pump, a brand that is not relevant (Midway Gas) and a store that may be able to hold cigarettes and a few knickknacks….
April 23, 2014 by Joe Kiedinger
Fourteen years ago, I had the opportunity to partner with my brother Dan on a piece of heaven in Tomahawk, WI. On the property is a dwelling that we affectionately called, The Cabbage, pronounced Ka-Bage – combining the words Cabin/Garage.
February 26, 2014 by Joe Kiedinger
I recently returned from an amazing ski trip to Utah. The group skied at the Solitude, Alta and Snowbird ski resorts. Amazing! As the day went on, I looked at my buddy while surrounded with beauty and I said, “Ya know, time just doesn’t matter when you’re a mountain.”