"How people treat you is their karma; how you react is yours."
My family is a hot-mess of cultures (my mix of euro-chinese + my wife's potpourri of Brazilian background has produced two kids of Mexican nationality and we all live in Guatemala). I suppose this cultural confusion is not an accident. I love the challenge of sorting out similarities among people, regardless of context and background.
I struggle with an addiction to multi-tasking. I am also terrible at soccer.
Hi Luuk, Thanks for the feedback and question. Yes, I am working on a framework that would help drive these crucial conversations that are otherwise avoided (because they are awkward). The framework is a series of aspirational statements that both donor and organization make publicly to each other. The idea is that they can then be held accountable to each other. I have been doing some research on the best ways to for each side to make this statement. One idea is that a donor provides the Awareness Accord agreement upon making an investment. Similarly, the organization would provide their own Awareness Accord (alongside the regular documents that donors often request such as financials, impact reports, etc.). The goal is that by putting this forward, both sides can begin to generate these conversations.