Here’s what I think – in the nonprofit world – there is not a lot of pay compared to for-profit opportunities. If you are looking – follow your vision for yourself, your career and passion ’cause that commitment will get you through living on your nonprofit paycheck.
As I end my vacation I thought I would share some thoughts.
It’s important to take vacation. Take a rest – at home or away. Step away from work and “life” whatever that means to you.
He’s a Pei, he’s a love, he’s a handful and he’s all mine.
I could not have said it better myself! @barapani strikes again!
Originally posted on No Small Change:
Two weeks ago, I hadn’t heard of the Ice Bucket Challenge.
Three days ago, I stared goggle-eyed at the tweets piling up on #icebucketchallenge.
Two days ago, YouTube went crazy with vids of famous people dunking buckets of ice water on themselves.
Yesterday, I watched every single one of them.
Well, almost. Awww, wasn’t Bill Gates the best? Wasn’t Tim Cook’s the most boring IBC (ice bucket challenge for the uninitiated)? WTF was Melinda Gates thinking, wearing that top hat from Toyland? And Satya Nadella, Jeff Bezos, Mark Zuckerberg, Sheryl Sandberg, Conan O’Brien, Sania Mirza… how sporting of them! Not to mention the scores of lonely hopefuls who dunked themselves in their living rooms, shot it on a shaky handycam balanced on the TV, set to the sound of canned applause (they must have had to do the cleaning up afterwards, unlike Nadella, Bezos and the others).
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Huffington Post picked this up from Scott’s Thinking Philanthropy tumblr feed. I am following him and encourage you to do the same. He is sharing some great fundraising thinking.
Rory Green writes, Over the last six months, an internal debate has been raging: should I get a CFRE? Do I need a CFRE? Do I want a CFRE? Read about her thoughts and advice.
Always inspiring – Seth Godin
All the clenching and imagining and playacting and anxiety—our culture has fooled us into thinking that this is a good thing, that it’s a form of preparation.
It’s not. It’s merely experiencing failure in advance, failure that rarely happens.
When you walk around braced for impact, you’re dramatically decreasing your chances.
Read the entire blog post here.