Hijacking the Hospice Movement

Posted January 6th, 2014

Hospices perform a vital service.  They help care for dying patients.  They provide care that family members aren’t capable of performing, for people who don’t want to spend their last days in a hospital. But there are many hospices that are in it for the buck, according to a recent Washington Post article. According to […]


When a Compelling Story Makes for a Bad Donation

Posted January 2nd, 2014

One of the keys to success is to communicate an effective, personal, emotional story that portrays the good the organization does. When does a compelling story makes for a bad donation?


Too Much of a Good Thing is Bad

Posted December 18th, 2013

Why is the American healthcare system the most expensive in the world? A recent article in The Atlantic magazine discussed one reason, the problem of unneeded and unnecessary medical treatment taking up 30% of all healthcare spending.


The Grass is Greener on Our Side of the Fence

Posted November 11th, 2013

We Americans can get very wrapped up in our own problems. The issues with Obamacare, the federal government shut down and, imagine, hazing and bullying in an NFL locker room!