Monthly Archives: September 2016

Sometimes, You Have to Stay Within Your Comfort Zone

There are a lot of things that scare me in life: spiders and heights are at the top of the list. I’m also hesitant to try new foods. And yet, I’ve travelled all over the world, and I haven’t let … Continue reading

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Not All Money is Good Money

A few weeks ago, I was approached by a potential client to consider helping them revise their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) strategy. It was an offer that I had to think about, long and hard. On the one hand, I … Continue reading

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Clinton Vs. Trump on Philanthropy: Who Cares?

Both Presidential candidates are claiming to be philanthropic, and both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have their own foundations. The Nonprofit Quarterly just issued an article entitled, “The Influence on Philanthropy on the Presidential Election.” I read it with interest … Continue reading

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If Management is Happy, then Everyone Is Happy…Right?

On Saturday, I walked by my neighbor’s “Little Free Library” that is a block down the street from where I live. Because I am in the middle of moving, my intention was to drop off a few books that others … Continue reading

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“Reply All” is Infuriating – and Yet It Keeps Us All Connected

Reply all. It drives me crazy in every aspect of my life. Recently, the New Yorker released a video of what “Reply all” looks like in our “real” lives. It is simultaneously funny and infuriating. And every time I think … Continue reading

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