Tag Archives: Supporters

Where Will It Go and Who Will Remember You?

I write this post, not only for my regular audience of nonprofit professionals, but also to my friends for whom this applies. Like most people, I have many friends that I have acquired over my lifetime.  I love them all … Continue reading

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It’s not You, It’s Me

Unless you are one of the fraction of individuals who ended up marrying the first person you dated or belong to a culture that has arranged marriages, odds are pretty good that you had a relationship ended or you ended … Continue reading

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Rebuilding Bridges

A few years ago, an old friend of mine and I had a difference of opinion on a matter of politics.  After a few terse exchanges on Facebook, I found that my old friend had unfriended me on the popular … Continue reading

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What Nonprofits can learn from Watching “The Following”

In January, Fox Television introduced viewers to a new drama called “The Following”.  It is the story of Joe Carrroll, played by James Purefoy, an English professor and author inspired by the writings of Edgar Allen Poe turned serial killer, … Continue reading

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