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    THE POWER OF A GRANDER VISION

    Posted by Mike Bussey on Nov. 7, 2016

    Many times, I find myself working with nonprofits who are facing a time of transition. Perhaps their organization is undergoing a change in leadership. Perhaps their community is changing. Perhaps new needs and challenges are calling for a change in programs or ministries.

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    Topics: Leadership, Case For Support, Transition, Vision

    OWN IT

    Posted by Sara Luke on May. 17, 2016

    “The dog ate my homework.”

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    Topics: Leadership, Vision, Accountability, Transparency

    IS YOUR VISION BIG ENOUGH?

    Posted by Danny Maier on Mar. 22, 2016

    As a sufferer of myopia since the 3rd grade, I’ve been wearing glasses a long time. Perhaps it’s my nearsightedness that has me often trying to focus on the trees and missing the forest – the big picture. But, while the details are important, it’s the bigger vision that inspires.

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    Topics: Case For Support, Vision

    RESOLUTION: DREAM BIGGER

    Posted by Thom Peters on Jan. 20, 2016

    I’m not great at resolutions. I have great intentions, just lousy follow through. After all my years I have learned that the higher I set my sights, the less opportunity I have to succeed. So I keep expectations low and generally feel better about how things turn out. I may not be a better or healthier person, but I won’t have failed so often in my goals.

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    Topics: Leadership, Stewardship, Vision, Board Leadership, Planning, Church Stewardship

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