There is a hidden cost to doing good, but that should not deter you from sharing your gifts and talents.
Posts Tagged: service
What I didn’t realize I was doing was learning more about our country and how it works than I ever could have from a book. Giving thanks through action–you often get more back than you realize.
If there was ever a universal philosophy that transcends barriers of business, industry and government, it is a page I will borrow from our good friends at Disney. Quite simply, ‘everything speaks.’
First, think on this – “We judge ourselves based on our intentions. We judge each other based on observable behaviors.”
Imagine if everyone followed their dreams and unleashed their creative spirit.
The silo effect is something we have all probably felt within our organizations, but we can also feel it within the communities we work in. Joining a nonprofit board is a strategic and beneficial way to bridge that gap and improve connectivity.
Government can reduce costs, ramp up productivity and meet constituent expectations by leveraging new technology. Start with a focus on solving problems and better serving citizens.
Have you been wondering why your career hasn’t reached amazing heights? Have you ever considered whether you are exhibiting the essential characteristics to be a team player? Here are five characteristics I have identified as necessary to be a team player.
AmeriCorps, one of the national service programs under the Corporation for National and Community Service, is what I (and others) like to call “the domestic Peace Corps.” AmeriCorps is volunteering and making a difference right here in America – in your hometown, in your neighborhood, with the people and organizations in your communities who are… Read more »
The other day, while I was thinking about what to write for this week’s post, I got to thinking about the rise of reality television. I was pretty young when it started…but it has become a pretty big part of popular culture. One of the more peculiar reality shows I remember was one that was… Read more »