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Appreciating My Older Brother Daniel Krieglstein

In 2008, Annie and I were one of three engaged couples left, out of 50,000, on the NBC Today Show Race to the Altar with the hopes of winning a million dollar wedding. The day before our final day on the show, I was speaking in Springfield, IL at a school and due to bad weather in the area, all my flight options to NYC got canceled and thus began The Midnight Run of the Krieglstein Brothers.

Because I’ve already told this story on my blog (Part 1 & Part 2), I’ll only use this post to acknowledge the role my brother, Daniel, played in the adventure.

Daniel stopped everything he was doing to support me in getting from IL to NY on time. He not only helped me, but he did so with a positive, and even excited, attitude. He turned, what some might have thought of as a favor to someone else, into an adventure for himself. It doesn’t matter if it’s a midnight drive to NYC or redoing siding on a house, Daniel shows his love through acts of service towards others and does so by making every act of service an adventure for everyone involved.

If there’s one thing you should know about Daniel, in case you never get to meet him, is he’s an extremely giving person of his time and always up for an adventure in the process. He’ll pause everything he’s doing to support you and do so in a way that everyone walks away smiling and laughing.

Tom Krieglstein
Tom Krieglstein
Tom started his first business, an online retail store, as a junior in college which he grew to $1.5 million dollars in annual sales. Through his second company, Swift Kick, Tom has spoken to over half a million leaders around the US and the world including South Korea, Indonesia, and Bermuda. Tom was named the #1 leadership speaker an unprecedented 5 years. He’s a TEDx speaker, Guinness World Record holder, and has co-authored the award winning book “First Year Student to First Year Success.”And on a personal note, Tom lives in New York City, was named after a cat, and loves peanut butter.