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Do you ever have those days where you just need a little inspiration but don’t have a ton of time? Yeah, we do too.

Read on for some tools and tips to help you improve your leadership and your business. Don’t worry, they’re quick reads.*

*Apparently, humans have a shorter attention span than a goldfish nowadays

Wisdom on Wednesday The Menu, Monsieur?

Some of the most memorable moments we experience in life are those that occur by pure chance. That tiny coffee…

July 28, 2021 Read
Weekly Cup of Joe You’re Irreplaceable

In this Weekly Cup, Joe’s live from the cabin to share the importance of personal purpose.

July 26, 2021 Watch
Wisdom on Wednesday Keep the Body Movin’

Your business is like the human body. And like the body, it needs a certain level of care to remain…

July 21, 2021 Read
Weekly Cup of Joe It’s Time For Your Check-Up

Joe is out and about in Green Bay to illustrate how we dig in, diagnose and bring greater “health” to…

July 19, 2021 Watch
Wisdom on Wednesday Can We Just Be Real for a Moment?

People are drawn to authenticity and openness now more than ever. There’s no doubt. In truth, I think society is…

July 14, 2021 Read
The Dignity Dialogue Raising Teenagers With Dignity with April Strom-Johnson

During this month’s episode of The Dignity Dialogue, Joe sits down with his friend and colleague, April Strom-Johnson. April is…

July 13, 2021 Listen
Weekly Cup of Joe You Do You, Boo

In this Weekly Cup, Joe shares a piece of Prophit history as he explains how we can bring out the…

July 12, 2021 Watch
Wisdom on Wednesday Now That’s the Wrong Analogy

The work/life balance analogy has been a hot subject, especially during the last decade. As the generational balance of the…

July 7, 2021 Read
Weekly Cup of Joe Let’s Do Life Together

Want to build rapport, trust and connection with your associates? In this Weekly Cup, Joe explains why he firmly believes…

July 5, 2021 Watch

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