If you’re a nonprofit or other fundraising professional, you might be tempted to handle all of the fundraising of your organization alone. But, let’s be real— you can’t ask and answer your own question (at least, not every time). Sometimes, sourcing help from your organization’s base of support is the best way to reach your
Advice That Sticks
It happens to the best of us. We doubt ourselves. It starts out innocently enough. We make a mistake. We are embarrassed and annoyed. We (try) and move on. But what happens when you let self doubt and negative self talk coupled with others perception of you get under your skin? In this episode I
This time of year – we are inundated with holiday cheer. The songs (“Let it Snow” by Boyz II Men is my jam), the flavors (peppermint mocha lattes are my go to) , the decorations (this years’ color is turquoise), the holiday parties (mind your glasses fo wine) and the gifts (it’s my love language).
With the last two months of the year careening toward you and your “to-do” list getting longer by the minute, it’s easy to get caught up in the hype of being busy. Do you have a friend who is always talking about just how busy they are? Well forward this episode to them so they
Some of you are going to give me the side-eye and that’s ok (in advance). Call me obnoxious. Fine. But don’t waste my time calling me into your office to talk when you don’t have a clear sense of why you want me there. Let me explain. A friend of mine told me this week
Listen up friends. If you’ve ever being riddled with guilt so heavy you thought it was going to pull you under — let me share something I read this week that ROCKED my spirit. Guilt is Lazy energy. Did your jaw drop? Mine sure did. So what is guilt anyway? According to the Cambridge English