One of these things is not like the other

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If ever there were a time to be reminded that all nonprofits are not alike, now is it.  Independence Blue Cross is not the same as a health clinic in a poor neighborhood.  A university is not the same as the local literacy or GED Read more

Teach Your Children

One of the most important lessons of economic downturns gets lost in the panic of the moment, allowing too many to miss the lesson.  I don’t want that happening.  The lesson is quite simple:  prepare now for a healthy financial future.  If we are always preparing for the future, the present will be taken care of as well.  Instead, far too many organizations, and individuals, take care of the present, never thinking about the future. 

While many things go through my mind in thinking about the Read more

Teach Your Children October 24th, 2008 0 Comment