Humility

Humility

Last week I shared how my wife, musician Laura Baron, helped Graham Nash play his hit, Our House, on the guitar. Well, now it’s my turn. Though my story is ...
Full Circle

Full Circle

In 1969 Graham Nash and Joni Mitchell were out and about after breakfast, and as Nash tells the story, “We’re going to get into Joan’s car, and we pass an ...
Wilderness Retreat with Sita

Wilderness Retreat with Sita

Last week Sita and I headed into the High Peaks Wilderness in the Adirondacks for four nights. We camped in the backcountry on the side of a mountain and about ...
Heading to the Woods

Heading to the Woods

I will never forget that hike! I loved being a boy scout when I was young. I didn’t know it when this picture was taken but the next three days ...
Don’t Lose Your Head over the Unexpected

Don’t Lose Your Head over the Unexpected

I was in my early 20s, out late one October evening in rural Indiana with my dog, Chokma, an 80# shepherd mix, and a close friend, Dale. Dale was working ...

Being a Backbone Organization + A Special Offer

Being a Backbone Organization + A Special Offer

Last week I covered ‘collective impact’ and ‘common agenda’, an excellent way to achieve your association’s goals by joining forces ...
Crafting a Common Agenda for Partnerships & A Special Offer

Crafting a Common Agenda for Partnerships & A Special Offer

The country and world are facing many challenges right now. Now is the time for organizations to focus on making ...

Special Offer

 I am offering a significant discount to all Zoom strategy sessions between now and Sept 15. Here are the ...

Increasing Your Organization’s Nimbleness

I continue to an initiative to talk 100 CEOs in 100 Days. One thing is clear; the short term has ...
Working Together for Everyone’s Benefit

Working Together for Everyone’s Benefit

Like the thunder rumbling in the background of this video, there is a storm brewing in our country. The pandemic, ...

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Being a Backbone Organization + A Special Offer

Last week I covered ‘collective impact’ and ‘common agenda’, an excellent way to achieve your association’s goals by joining forces with other organizations and activists ...
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Crafting a Common Agenda for Partnerships & A Special Offer

The country and world are facing many challenges right now. Now is the time for organizations to focus on making a collective impact. Achieve collective ...
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Heading to the Woods

I will never forget that hike! I loved being a boy scout when I was young. I didn’t know it when this picture was taken ...
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Special Offer

 I am offering a significant discount to all Zoom strategy sessions between now and Sept 15. Here are the details: Since the middle of ...
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Don’t Lose Your Head over the Unexpected

I was in my early 20s, out late one October evening in rural Indiana with my dog, Chokma, an 80# shepherd mix, and a close ...
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Increasing Your Organization’s Nimbleness

I continue to an initiative to talk 100 CEOs in 100 Days. One thing is clear; the short term has become more relevant to business ...
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Appreciating Difference

A common reaction when I tell people that we adopted Ruchi when she was eight from India, “Oh, she’s so fortunate.” The truth is we ...
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Working Together for Everyone’s Benefit

Like the thunder rumbling in the background of this video, there is a storm brewing in our country. The pandemic, economic disruption, a hostile political ...
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The Daily Dose

From an early age, I loved both math and dogs. So this cartoon hits me thrice. Once, because I am always trying to learn new ...
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Strategic Foresight in Uncertain Times

I am in the midst of a quest to speak with 100 CEOs in 100 days. More than halfway through, one thing has become clear; ...
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Refuge

My second dog, Bleubelle, came to our home by accident. We found her on our porch, lost, just a puppy. In the first few days ...
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Today’s Stress Creates Tomorrow’s Association

To better serve association executives, I’ve been on a mission to talk to 100 CEOs in 100 days. After three months of discussions, the biggest ...
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Fortunate Misadventures

When I was in college a good friend and I decided to break into the observatory late one night and take a look at the ...
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Invite: How to Take on Structural Racism in Associations

Today our country is facing systemic racism like never before. Associations have a long history of being inclusive, so how do we take this on ...
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Courage

Everyone is getting tired of living in their virtual work worlds, and dealing with the pandemic. And yet, that is exactly what is being called ...
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