Post Tag: vision

I’ve Lost My Vision!

The year was 2010. I had just come through a major life transition in that I changed the organization I was working with, I changed my address by moving to a different country, our family was in transition with kids

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Vision Begins By Looking Back

If you want to create new and compelling vision or refresh what it is you’re doing and where you’re going, take some time to look back first. When you look back, a couple of important things happen: #1) YOU REMEMBER

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The “POOF” of Vision

I can still remember my first vision test. I was about 40 and I was starting to have problems reading the fine print. The vision test was rather easy until they got to the part where you put your chin

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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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Change: A Thrill Ride or Deep Waters?

Take a moment and look at the following picture: Now, what do you think would happen if someone didn’t heed to the warning of slowing down around the turn? Yep, you got it… they could end up in “deep water”! Have

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Inspire Others

I was watching the movie “Invictus” (2009) the other day on a flight.  It tells a great story of South Africa, of Nelson Mandela and of a nation changing. There’s a scene where Mandela, played by Morgan Freeman, is having

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Organizational Mavericks Part II

This is a follow-up to the first post on mavericks. Read it HERE. Henry Ford said, “I’m looking for a lot of men with an infinite capacity for not knowing what can’t be done.” We’re talking about mavericks within your

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Organizational Sustainability

Don’t you want to be a part of something that lasts?  Don’t you want to be a part of something that will continue to leave an imprint or impact for years and years? When we talk about things that last,

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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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