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 [...]
This particular column on philanthropy comes to you from the center of our state where last night our company participated in a record-setting paddle raise along the shores of Lake Chelan. A [...]
The beginning stages of a capital campaign can be an exhilarating and scary time. You know you have a burning need – for a new building, a new program, a new position – and the possibilities you [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
I see a lot of slippery slopes. And I don’t even ski.
The slippery slopes I encounter are a metaphor for uncertain leadership.
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