There’s No Such Thing As A Free Lunch

In my last blog, I talked about recognizing your Achilles heel in your business.  You need to know what it is and ways to overcome it.  It can be tough to do, but if you don’t do it, then it is harder to meet your goals and your ambitions.  This article moves into another sensitive area for consultants and businesses:…

Overcoming Your Achilles

In my last blog, I talked about times of crisis and some ways that communities, businesses, and non-profits could overcome them.  What was somewhat hinted at in that article, but not directly stated, is that each one of those entities, and by extension individuals, have chinks in our armor.  We each have an Achilles heel in our goals, our dreams,…

Resilience in the Face of Adversity

In my last blog, I talked about attracting volunteers, where to find them, and why they are the unsung heroes of so many communities.  This blog will focus on crisis management.  2020 changed the lives of billions of people around the world and those changes are not done just because we flipped the calendar to a new year.  So while…

UNSUNG HEROES

In my last blog, I talked about what it means to be a volunteer, the difference between being a true volunteer and being a “voluntold,” and the benefits of being a volunteer.  In this blog, I will talk more about what you can do to attract volunteers again and keep them engaged moving forward, including talking about different sectors where…

Unity of Purpose

In my last blog, I noted how important it was to take the long view when planning.  While short-term action plans are valuable, they should not be the only way your organization works to move into the future.  As part of the planning process, you also need to keep in mind the people that make your mission and vision realities. …

Best Laid Plans To Garner Great Results

In my last blog, I talked about action plans and broke down the different team elements you would need to get your goals met.  I related the idea of an action plan to the television show, The A-Team, to get everyone thinking in a more fun way about how to put their team together to meet their goals.  This blog…

I LOVE WHEN IT A PLAN COMES TOGETHER!

In my last blog, I talked about frustration with how things are going in your life, especially when running your own business.  I talked about the importance of being honest with yourself, stepping away when you need it, and making sure that you are sharing your story with others.  There are lots of ways to help and you can start…

Contemplating Your Own Situation

In my last blog, I talked about fundraising and ways that it could be done, even in times of crisis.  The following blog was supposed to talk about strategic planning and why it is so vital to communities, businesses, and organizations.  However, I took a two month sabbatical from writing about what I do and what I could help communities…

WAYS TO RAISE FUNDS DURING A CRISIS!

In my last blog, I talked about how communities and organizations need to invest time and energy into upskilling staff and volunteers. One of the best ways to upskill is through generating great grant writers to help move forward your collective vision.  However, most people will tell you that it’s tough to find the money to send people to conferences,…

GRANT WRITING IS A GREAT WAY TO UPSKILL AND BRING FUNDING TO YOUR COMMUNITY!

In my last blog, I talked about how communities will have to be resilient when it comes to the future.  This will be true not only for the businesses that were hard hit by the pandemic and recession but also by the non-profits in the community that have helped to stem the flow of the bleeding.  And the reality is…

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