I love that song. The topic this morning is glass half full. Some of you might say the glass is half empty, but I’ve always been an optimist. That glass is half full for me. Sometimes I’ll hear bad news. There were times when something awful happened in my career. Maybe I didn’t get the sales […]
Listen to the words of This Is The Moment. They are powerful. It’s one of my favorite songs. This is the moment from Jekyll and Hyde. Turn up the volume real loud when you listen to that one. It talks about taking advantage of a moment, being ready for it. Reach out and go for
Hello, Bruce Nasby here. When you last heard from me I mentioned a new venture I am working on. I’m here today to tell you more about that.
I am always searching for more education, motivation and inspiration. Here’s a list of my favorite books and videos. Please share your favorites in the comments section below this post. Some of my all-time favorite books One Thing by Gary Keller Everybody Matters by Bob Chapman The Five Dysfunctions of a Team by Patrick Lencioni
If you spend any length of time in the nonprofit world, sooner or later you’ll be faced with the need to raise a large sum of money in a short amount of time. How do you pull together a successful fundraising campaign quickly, especially given the pressure you’re under and the stress you’re feeling?
You’re a busy executive with a million things that all have to be done right now. You’re not sure if anybody else really understands. As the Chair of our local Vistage group in Springfield, Missouri, I work with lots of other executives who are in the same boat you’re in. I have also been that
Uncertainty. It’s a word you hear a lot these days. Not knowing what the future holds is a big source of stress for large and small organizations alike — from nonprofits to private firms. Patrick Harker, President and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, has declared uncertainty to be the biggest risk to
…Another year over, and a new one just begun. — John Lennon Once again, we find ourselves taking stock of what has been in 2021 and how to chart a successful course in 2017. Over the next few weeks, we’ll see the familiar litany of New Year’s resolutions — lose weight, make more money, be