My Board President, Jami Fawcett, and I attended the Community Foundation’s Annual Professional Advisors Luncheon recently, and were rocked by special guest speaker Kat Taylor. She is the true vision of an individual who does charitable work with a business mindset. She and her husband, Tom Steyer, are Founding Directors of One Pacific Coast Bank and TomKat Ranch Educational Foundation, have been involved in numerous nonprofit organizations, and is very active in social business, public benefit and philanthropic ventures.
During her talk she made a statement that resonated with what Spokes aims to do everyday. She said “you can’t change the tire when you’re driving 65 MPH.” It is so easy for nonprofit and for profit organizations to get caught up in driving full speed toward their goals that they just can’t put the brakes on to analyze and implement the day-to-day operational changes so essential to their ongoing growth and success. While our clients are moving their nonprofit 65 MPH, it’s our job to help put the spokes in place so that they can be more efficient in their actions.
If you want to keep moving at 65 MPH, let Spokes be your pit crew and we’ll work together to get you back up to speed.
What are you pain points? Let us know how we can get in and help you most efficiently.