The sunshine and warmer weather can warm the heart and cheer your spirit… if you let it.

Will you allow the longer days, dinners outside, and summer fun activities to brighten your days?

The sunshine really can help brighten your day and cheer up your spirit.

It can help you see the bright spots in the midst of the challenges.

There will be positive reports about a vaccine, getting back to work, returning to “normal” life, and economic recovery.

There will also continue to be discouraging reports about setbacks with a vaccine, returning to “normal” life, and economic recovery.

There will be lots of “good” news and “bad” news over the weeks and months ahead. Here’s the BEST news: You get to choose which news you focus on.

CHOOSING the bright outlook is also something you can help your team and donors do as well.

As the sun shines bright during these summer months, you get to choose to focus on the bright side of what is happening with the virus, economy, and market.

There is little reason to believe there will not be tough days, weeks, and perhaps even months ahead of “bad” news that can discourage.

Fear not. As bright as the brightest summer day, there are bright days ahead.

Focusing on the bright spots, the opportunities, and “good” reports is important, and we’re here to help you do this so you can help your team and donors do it too.

Due to the overwhelming response, there will be an encore presentation of: Leadership, Communication and Fundraising in Times of Crisis.

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There are far better things ahead than any we leave behind.”

– C.S. Lewis

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