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Still Overwhelmed? – Three More Tips that Just Might Help Us Out…

In our last blog we wrote about learning to say, “no” to requests so that we can say, “yes” to the things that matter most and in so doing gain better control of our time. That previous blog illustrated that … Read More

Learning to Say No…

Recently we have been in a number of conversations with people who have said that they feel overwhelmed; they articulate that they have “too many things on their plate.” We find this is often the case with those who serve, … Read More

Go Fast or Go Far

If you want to go fast, go alone; if you want to go far, go together. – African Proverb A friend recently shared the African Proverb quoted above. His core topic was the power and value of operating in community … Read More

The Value of a Clear Objective

Sometimes “children’s stories” carry a salient message (or two) that we initially miss when reading the story to our children. Even so, once these stories are embedded into our life-culture, reflecting on them when we are older can remind us … Read More

A Few Minutes on Minutes

As professional community managers we are frequently asked about Board Meetings and, specifically, how to take minutes at these meetings for inclusion in the corporation’s records. In order to provide a solid foundation for an answer to this question, please … Read More

People Come First

Outstanding leaders go out of their way to boost the self-esteem of their personnel. If people believe in themselves, it’s amazing what they can accomplish. — Sam Walton It is no secret that Sam Walton, quoted above, was a successful … Read More