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I am a counter. That’s how I know that there are 276 stairs up to the overlook. Or maybe it is 278. For not only am I a counter, but I am a careless one. I blame the voices in … Continue reading
My client was stressed. Too much to do, too little time, and now something else has been thrown on his plate. “I can barely do what I am supposed to do,” he moaned (but not in a bad way). “How … Continue reading
On a flipchart in my office I keep a list of current clients and next steps with them,; outstanding proposals; workshops; projects; things to do. It’s a great visual of what I have going on and what I need to … Continue reading
As many of you know, I have three largish, long-haired dogs. That means, among other things, that every day—every single day—I vacuum, not just the floor but the furniture also (OK, so it’s clear who rules in my house!). Once … Continue reading
On Thursday I am teaching a class focused on fundraising for education foundations. Last week I spoke with an arts organization who wanted to increase their fundraising capacity and didn’t hire me because I wasn’t an “arts organization specialist.” I’ve … Continue reading