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"Just because it's not optimal, doesn't mean it's not beneficial."

I’m a big fan of the author James Clear (https://jamesclear.com/) who writes about the formation of habits. I believe (good!) habits are an important element of success (I’ve written about it before.) In a recent blog post, Clear wrote: “Just because it’s not optimal, doesn’t mean it’s not beneficial.” Read another way, this is the old

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How often are you meeting with your AMS vendor?

I’ve written before about how your relationship with your vendor is much like a marriage. Can you imagine if you only talked to your significant other when there is a problem? Yet that’s exactly how most associations treat their relationship with their AMS vendor. The vast majority of associations only talk to their vendor when

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Does your AMS support your mission?

Have you ever consciously considered how your AMS is supporting your organization’s mission? You should, and it should. Part of the mission statement for one of my clients reads “To connect and convene senior executives from across the industry to create meaningful cross-sector relationships…”  In other words, part of their mission is connecting people within their

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