Post Tag: purpose

Fundraising Begins With The Message

This past week, I had the privilege to provide some training to a group of leaders in the Philippines. I was presenting a couple of workshops on how to recruit team members and how to keep team members. In both

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On Being Generous

I’ve had the privilege of having some very “generous” leaders in my life. They people have invested into my development, they’ve invested in my cause, and they’ve gone above and beyond to see me succeed, sometimes to the detriment of

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The Habit of Knowing Your Purpose

Some people say leaders are born.  Usually those who believe that also say that they are born with unusual, natural talents of leadership.  Others say leadership is taught or made, and list the things that a leader has to learn

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Who Is Our Customer?

Peter Drucker asks a number of questions to help organizations become more effective. (The Five Most Important Questions). The second question he asks is simply, “Who is our customer?” Sometimes organizations are created with a specific purpose in mind, with

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Organizational Clarity

The idea I had was a great one.  I would start a coffee shop that would sell great coffee, provide a meeting place and become an economic engine for our organization.  It was a great idea! I had the logo and

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Organizational Culture

Maintaining a consistent organizational culture is difficult to do when you are experiencing growth. Companies that franchise spend a lot of money to ensure that their culture and product quality are transferred to every new location, and they have a

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Determined Leaders Don’t Give Up

I wrote last week from Manila about the crazy amount of rain we experienced when a monsoon came through parts of Asia, hitting Manila and other parts pretty hard.  I wrote about the idea of rain and floods that “knock

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Leadership and Sustainability

Sustainability is often defined as creating a balance between social responsibility, economic prosperity and environmental conservation.  The term is used as the “ability to meet the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their

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Making Plans

Someone in the crowd said, “If you want to see God smile, just tell Him your plans!”  The others laughed.  I didn’t.  I thought about people who have to plan every day, in many different areas, because of their responsibilities

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I Want to be Used

On a recent safari in South Africa, our guide was talking about elephant dung and how useful it was.   Yes, I said “elephant dung”.  It turns out that elephants are really poor digesters.  Sometimes the trees and branches that an

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