If “virtual” was the buzz word of 2020, “hybrid” is the buzz word of 2021.
I’m in discussions with several clients about their summer and fall galas, talking about the best ways (for them) to combine the best of virtual with the best of in-person galas.
In today’s video you’ll hear of three examples I’m currently exploring with nonprofits.
Rick Gallo says
As always, This is a great post but , to me, what makes it particularly special is the mention of your brother in the lead body of your email. Family is everything. and you bragging about your brother speaks volumes as to your character.
Thank you, once again!
Sherry Truhlar says
Ah, thank you, Rick!
(For readers who don’t subscribe to my ezine and might be wondering what Rick’s comment means, here was the introduction of my newsletter earlier today.
I’m proud of my brother, so pardon my brag.
Doctors may have high earning potential, but they aren’t known for being particularly savvy when it comes to money, business, building wealth, and related topics.
So I’m particularly proud of my brother who is not just a great doctor, but also won White Coat Investor’s 2021 award, “Financial Educator of the Year.”
The White Coat Investor (WCI) began when a Utah emergency room doctor (James Dahle) grew tired of getting bad financial advice. He started educating himself on finance matters and sharing with other doctors via a blog. It grew to include a podcast, courses, and is now a full-fledged online business targeting medical professionals.
Dr. Dahle was asked to speak so often about financial planning (and remember — he has a day job at the hospital), he encouraged other doctors to start teaching. An award was launched to recognize those other doctors – the Financial Educator of the Year.
The 2021 award went to my brother, who was nominated by 13 people. You can read nominating letters and more in this announcement.
My brother teaches through his local medical school, but I’m hoping he starts offering it directly as I’d like to take the course, too.