January 25, 2021

What I Would Have Said

Well that was quite a year. And with that first sentence, I’ve fallen prey to clichés worldwide. Please forgive me. Clichés aside, (or perhaps in allegiance […]
May 5, 2019

Goals Don’t Work For Me. This Does.

If you’re a personal and business development nerd like I am, then you have probably read over and over again how important it is to set […]
May 3, 2019

How to Deal With Jerks

Some people are jerks. You know what I mean, right? Some people are aloof, tiresome, rude, and unforgiving. They behave like they are owed, like you […]
April 26, 2019

When the Board Doesn’t Get Along….

Well, we all know it happens. Though we may not want to talk about it OR talk about it incessantly, the fact remains – some boards […]
April 11, 2019

Should You be a Nonprofit Board Member?

“The squeaky wheel always gets their way on the board.” “Why do our board members leave their brains at the door?” “None of our board members […]
January 22, 2019

Is Deficit Thinking Taking You Down?

I am a proponent of nonprofits operating as a business. In my opinion, the requirement for re-framing how we perceive the ‘business’ of nonprofits is vital […]
January 22, 2019

I Know My Why. Do You Know Yours?

Recently I watched Simon Sinek’s Ted Talk. He is a great orator and if you take the 18 minutes to watch, I think you’ll be inspired. […]
January 11, 2019

Book Review: Extreme Ownership by J Willink & L Babin

I recently read Extreme Ownership and was blown away by both the simplicity and profound impact of the book’s message. What I learned was: every success or failure […]
December 28, 2018

5 Ways to Make Your Bookkeeper Crazy

Invoice customers without GST. Add said GST to next invoice. Invoice customer and accept some cash, some gifts, and lunch as payment. Invoice customer. Accept partial […]