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Prejudice is a disease, too

A brief metaphor inspired by recent events… Prejudice is a societal disease. It is a terrible disease that devalues and destroys lives, and causes people to live in fear. There is no vaccine, and [...]

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The Phone Less Travelled

With apologies to Robert Frost, Yogi Berra, and M. Scott Peck Mike Westby Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, And sorry I could not travel both And be one traveler, long I stood And looked down [...]

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Sponsors: How Important Are They

The short answer? Very. When it comes to planning and executing your nonprofit’s event, the mix of sponsors can be the difference between failure, success, or wild success. Developing those [...]

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A Tale of Two Gardens

I love to garden, it’s in my blood. Growing up in [what used to be] the outskirts of Boise, Idaho, my family depended on our large garden to provide 90% of the produce we ate during the year. But [...]

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Where We All Come Together

Those who know me have probably heard me say “I can’t afford politics.” That is to say, I can’t afford to express a viewpoint that polarizes my clientele. This, I acknowledge, has the [...]

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