February 19, 2014 by Joe Kiedinger
While looking through the list of kids to honor in Wisconsin for the St. Baldricks fundraiser, I discovered a little boy named Colton. I wrote about him last week. St. Baldricks is a foundation that raises money for childhood cancer research. I reached out to Colton’s mother, Tara, through the St. Baldricks website.
February 12, 2014 by Joe Kiedinger
I have been extremely blessed in my life on many levels but especially health. There was a time in my twenties where I suffered from a heart condition that set my heart racing while I was resting in bed. Sometimes, my heart would reach 200 beats a minute. It was a scary time. After being…
February 5, 2014 by Joe Kiedinger
This year is the year of focus at Prophit Marketing. As an entrepreneur, I have started and stopped many ideas to see what has merit. I am currently 10 years into my journey and we have finally found our focus. Now it’s time to practice it.
January 29, 2014 by Joe Kiedinger
I have great faith in the Servant Leadership movement. This Friday will be our second Servant Leadership Summit. I get nervous when putting these events together because of the expense it requires delivering a top notch event.
January 22, 2014 by Joe Kiedinger
I’m in San Antonio Texas as I write this assisting a very successful company on how to identify, understand and harness the ‘culture’ of their business. So let me ask you, can a company culture exist without planning or strategy?
January 15, 2014 by Joe Kiedinger
Foreword: Our 2nd annual Servant Leadership Summit is coming up January 31st. Space is limited. Go to http://servantleadershipsummit2014.eventbrite.com/ to learn more. Remarkable speakers: Jim Hunter, Dave Skogen, Tom Thibodeau and myself present. Reserve your spot for this remarkable day!
January 8, 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…