We’re small and smart.
Kind of like Yoda.
All the things within our own culture we’ve learned to accept as true weave together to formulate narratives and beliefs that guide and frame a lot of our values, attitudes and actions. They become stories we choose to believe. They become narratives that shape the fabric of the meaning of our lives. Read More »
Have you read the 2013 NTEN Community Survey that came out this month? Nearly 1,500 individuals responded and gave NTEN a better understanding of how technology adoption is moving at nonprofits across the world. It’s not the longest annual survey we’ve come across, but at 31 pages it does take quite a bit of time to process. Want to know what some of the most telling and important findings were, from my perspective, anyway? Read on.
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No surprise – it’s time. The Meyer Foundation surveyed nearly 100 executive directors and found that more than three-quarters (76%) of them felt time was more of an obstacle to professional development and personal well-being than money (21%) or mindset (17%). Read More »
In case you haven’t noticed, the end of the year is upon us. Something that’s on my list for the end of the year - and should be on yours too - are thank you notes to supporters. Read More »
Reflecting on my first year at LimeRed there are many things I’ve learned that I think would be helpful for nonprofits to know or consider. In most cases you and your nonprofit are probably practicing these things already, and if you are you deserve a high-five! Read More »