March 4, 2019
Operating in the Dark & Fog, Succeeding in the Unknown

In the fog, the cove was pitch black. I couldn’t see the radio tower across the bay, a star, or the shore. Earlier that afternoon,[…]

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January 21, 2019
The Magic of Small Gifts, Will You Make This Your Year?

Over the last several years, I’ve noticed that my holiday and birthday packages are shrinking. No, I’m not getting diamonds, rubies, and emeralds exactly. Moreover,[…]

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December 10, 2018
Career Move: Should You Seek a Development or CEO Position?

A client asked about potential career moves. She was toying with pursuing a development position vs. an executive director role. What are the advantages and[…]

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November 22, 2018
Dealing with Pushback about “High” CEO Salaries

You run a million-dollar-plus nonprofit with tons of staff and vast amounts of responsibility. Yet, you run into people who are SHOCKED, just SHOCKED that[…]

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September 28, 2016
How to Talk Less and Learn and Earn More

My father was a man of few words, but he was verbose compared to Cousin Jimmy. Once on a 550-mile car trip from Buffalo, NY[…]

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April 15, 2014
Time Management Jeopardy for $1,000: Get More Done

Nonprofits for $1,000 Answer: The greatest impediments that nonprofits face in growing their income and improving results. Question: What are time constraints? Are nonprofit leaders[…]

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December 12, 2013
5 Presents to Give Yourself for the Holidays

1. A Magic Slate. Yesterday, you learned. Be grateful for the education, no matter the cost. Start fresh.             2. An[…]

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September 24, 2013
Why You Want Your Decision Process to be Messy

Good decision-making is messy–sometimes.  This illustration show you how good decision-making moves from neat to messy back to order. In a quality decision process, you[…]

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September 10, 2013
How to Overcome Income Procrastination

A New Way to Tweak Your To-Do List–that Will Leave You Seeing More Bank Deposits. The last thing Rose wanted to do was procrastinate about[…]

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March 19, 2013
The Thrill of Victory: Time Management

If a fire broke out at the Louvre—what art would the staff rush to save? Undoubtedly, the three great ladies — the Venus de Milo,[…]

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