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Thank you for being part of the Virtual Executive Director / Labyrinth / Relentlessly Human Tour experience. I love and appreciate everyone who has listened, downloaded, reviewed, supported through Patreon, and shared their talent with me on the mic.

Now that the podcast has come to an end, please enjoy listening to the archives. I created a timeless podcast of nonprofit leadership, operations, and fundraising tips, as well as interviews with artists and healers. 

If you would like to get in touch with me, feel free to email becky [at] I'm available for coaching and consulting for purpose-driven leaders, and I'd love to hear from you!

May 27, 2019

If you live in the US, today signals the unofficial start of summer. Kids are getting out of school, pools are opening up, and many businesses go on a summer schedule, whether it's flexible hours for corporate employees or longer hours if you live in a tourism-based area like me with a lot of restaurants and retail. For...

May 21, 2019

Last week I got "glutened" which meant I was out sick for a couple of days, missing board meetings and critical proofing time before our major publication goes to print. Fortunately, I had planned a looser schedule and was able to absorb this unexpected and quite sudden sick time without too much stress. Listen to how...

May 14, 2019

The day will come (or maybe it has already) when you and your team are going to be up against a massive deadline. As you inch closer to that deadline, you may start to feel the effects of what I call the Stress Spiral. This happened to me and my team recently. A Stress Spiral looks like this: looming deadline, pieces...

May 6, 2019

When you write a grant for an arts in education residency, you don't think you'll end up with your face thisclose to the backside of an alpaca in active labor. But that's how life goes sometimes. Listen this week as I talk about how nothing went right for this arts program, but everything still went perfectly.

May 1, 2019

In nonprofit culture there is this insidious expectation that the way you show you care is by feeling as unhappy as the person who is bringing their problem to you. I'm here to debunk that right now.