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Think Big, But (Sometimes) Act Small

As the two ends of the rubberized bar touched each other, I remembered how, back in October, I could barely bend it at all.  I couldn’t hold a 2-1/2-pound weight, while now I have no problems with 10-12 pounders. Not too … Continue reading

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Paying Attention

Officially, summer this year doesn’t end until the 22nd of September. But for all intents and purposes, it’s over.   Those slower days, the sense that you actually have time before you tackle that, whatever that is, are pretty much gone. … Continue reading

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How You Can Do It Better—Assessing Your Fundraising Program

I know. You’ve tried this—and it didn’t work. Besides, you do things THIS way, not that. Stuck in a quagmire that seemingly has no happy results. Fundraising seems to do this to people. Yearning for more funds; unwilling to do … Continue reading

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