Bucks County Races Offer Fitness and Fun Throughout the Year

Bucks County in Pennsylvania is one of the most beautiful and history-rich places to run, hike, or bike in the country. Luckily, local organizations and communities here host a variety of themed runs and walks throughout the year, ranging from easy flat courses that welcome first-timers, all the way to endurance-challenging triathlons.   Mark your calendarContinue reading “Bucks County Races Offer Fitness and Fun Throughout the Year”

Revealing the Powerful and Revolutionary Promise of the Kotter Change Model 

“No matter how you look at it, the world continues to change—faster.” That’s one of the quotes prominently displayed on the website of Dr. John Kotter’s eponymous consulting firm. His is one of the world’s most prominent companies helping all types of organizations navigate the change that continues to accelerate the pace of our personalContinue reading “Revealing the Powerful and Revolutionary Promise of the Kotter Change Model ”

The Russell W. Peterson Urban Wildlife Refuge – Backdoor to Unexpected Treasure

If you live in Delaware, the southeastern part of Pennsylvania, or southern New Jersey, you have the opportunity to experience one of the most beautiful, relaxing, hikeable and bikeable wildlife refuges in the country—all near a major city center.  Situated along the Riverfront in Wilmington, Delaware, the Russell W. Peterson Urban Wildlife Refuge offers youContinue reading “The Russell W. Peterson Urban Wildlife Refuge – Backdoor to Unexpected Treasure”

Some of the Best Tips for Engaging the Next Generation of Philanthropists

Fully three-quarters of Millennials (those born between about 1981 and 1995) made charitable contributions in 2020, whether these went to traditional nonprofit organizations or to people in their own circles of family and friends hard-hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. Not all of these gifts may be tax deductible, but that likely is not necessarily theContinue reading “Some of the Best Tips for Engaging the Next Generation of Philanthropists”