Focus On What You’re Good At

As we prepare to usher in 2008, just a few “tidbits from Dan” to keep in mind while we set the stage to execute our organizations’, and our own, plans for the year. Mark your calendar for the end of December ’08 and come back and check these four little sentences out and see how you performed. If you follow them, you should have a year of success. eJewish Philanthropy will have a great deal to say about all four over the next several months.

  • Focus on what you’re good at.
  • Big will no longer beat small; rather it will be fast beating slow.
  • Some secrets are more valuable when shared.
  • You need to tell stories.