The other day, I was asked about my favorite winter activity. My obvious answer was being inside, sipping a warm drink, and binge-watching TV shows. While my response was met with laughter, I was being serious. In addition to Minnesota winters being the worst (and don't act like they're not...), there is just something about losing myself in a high-quality TV series that I find so enjoyable.
Outside of taking a much-needed break from reality every once in a while, I’m convinced that watching these TV shows is actually helping me become a better nonprofit leader. I know that might sound silly or even ridiculous, but hear me out! With the right lens and mindset, there is a lot we can take away from some of TV’s best characters. So, here is a list of some of my favorite characters and what we can learn from them. And don’t worry, this is free of any major spoilers.Read more
Nonprofit master Giacomo Crostini is here to answer all your burning questions about life in the nonprofit sector. Email him at firstname.lastname@example.org for advice and guidance.
Holy moly! I’ve been noticing lately that when people ask me how I’m doing, my answer is almost always…”busy!” I’ve got so much on my plate these days that I’m having a hard time managing it and need some tips and tricks!
Busy & Underwater. Today & Tomorrow Stressed
Applying for grants can seem like a scary clown living under your bed. You don’t entirely understand how you were put in this situation, it can feel like there’s no one there to help you and there’s a lot of mystery to all of the logic involved. I hope to offer you some advice on how to navigate this process if you’re new to applications and if nothing else, hopefully some of this might get rid of Mr. Pennywise who’s below the mattress.Read more