We all want to do it all. But it’s impossible to do it all well.

One of the biggest mistakes I see in non profits is trying to do too many things at once. The outcome? None of those initiatives are fully staffed, fully formed, fully executed.

It’s like starting a thousand spinning tops with no one there to keep them turning.

Pare it back. Focus on fewer strategic objectives with clearly articulated outcomes. There’s nothing wrong with doing less better.