Posts Tagged ‘Randy Hain’

Embracing Simplicity By Randy Hain

Learn How to Embrace Simplicity “There is no greatness where there is not simplicity, goodness, and truth.” – Leo Tolstoy Do you ever feel overwhelmed with all the stress, responsibilities, and challenges in your daily life? If I am honest with myself, the times I feel most anxious or stressed are usually caused by my…

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Let’s Be Real By Randy Hain

Let’s Be Real – Be Yourself! “To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment.”—Ralph Waldo Emerson I have discussed the topic of authenticity with other business professionals for decades. Over the last few years, these conversations have migrated from the importance of allowing others…

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Live Life Gratefully By Randy Hain

Learn to Live Life Gratefully “When it comes to life, the critical thing is whether you take things for granted or take them with gratitude.” —G.K. Chesterton Early Lessons At a very young age, my parents constantly urged me to always say thank you in response to any kindness or friendly words shared in my…

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How to Add Value to a Nonprofit By Randy Hain

Five Proven Ways to Add Value to a Nonprofit Did you know there are other ways to help the nonprofit you are serving besides writing a big check? While individual contributions are helpful, we may not always be in a position to provide significant personal resources. I have helped develop alternative ways to provide value…

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Nonprofit Board Service by Randy Hain

The nonprofit board – to serve or not to serve? “Why should I serve on this nonprofit board?” It’s the fundamental question we should ask ourselves before accepting a board position. Our time is stretched thin and free minutes are precious, so evaluate any extra time commitments with thoughtful discernment. In my first board role…

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