5 Ways to Stay Smart & Engaged

Getting Attention

She got me… The rain was pouring down this morning as our daughter, Charlotte, was getting ready to walk to school, so I caved and drove her. It’s the ONLY way to ensure our marketing and fundraising content is relevant, while fueling our personal satisfaction. Let’s schedule some learning—via conversations, reading, participating—into every day, even if for just five minutes.

Reclaim Back to School: Stay Energized, Relevant and Top of Your Game

Getting Attention

Our daughter, Charlotte, started fourth grade today, and the pumped-up energy at line up this morning got me thinking. Some were thrilled to be starting again (that’s Charlotte, who’s among the few who lust for all-year-round school), others were longing for the pool or camp; but all have this incredible opportunity to be exposed to new content, to digest it in the context of what they know now, and to come out the other side with a way of looking at the world.

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Aunt Frances’ Key to Relationship Building

Getting Attention

Last week, when I called to wish her happy birthday, the conversation was as warm and lively as ever. Like the satisfaction I feel after doing my monthly stint at the local food pantry, or my husband, Sean, and daughter, Charlotte, feel after their weekly shift at the youth garden, where they grow and harvest vegetables for another local food bank. My Great Aunt Frances turned 107 last week and she’s as warm, loving and sharp as ever.

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Reclaim Back to School: How to Stay Energized, Relevant, and at the Top of Your Game

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Our daughter, Charlotte, recently started sixth grade, and the pumped-up energy at school that first morning really got me thinking. It’s the only way to ensure that our marketing and fundraising content is relevant while fueling our personal satisfaction. Let’s schedule some learning—via conversation, reading, participating—into every day, even if for only five minutes.