Victim Vs. Accountable (how you tell your story)

Something goes wrong at work. The order wasn’t delivered on time and the customer is irate, IRATE, I tell you!  Someone is getting yelled at on the phone and tensions are high. After minutes of office-wide tension, the issue gets resolved.  Shipments are tracked down and a new schedule has been put in place.  But […]

How To Keep Your Eye On The BIG Picture

Some people are born to be leaders.  They naturally see the big picture and are undeterred by failure.  It’s admirable.  It’s impressive.  For me, and maybe for you too… it takes a lot of work! If you’re naturally a big idea big picture person, filled with optimism and vision that’s AMAZING!  I love nothing more […]

How Can You Measure Your IMPACT

She / He lived a life that was impactful. I think most of us want those words to be spoken in our eulogies.  Actively impacting the world, the community, the people in our lives is a noble and life affirming mission.  But how can we take stock of our impact right now, while we’re in […]

MISSION FED WEIGHS IN ON THE VALUE OF CAUSE CONFERENCE PARTICIPATION

Neville Billimoria, SVP of Membership and Marketing for Mission Federal Credit Union, talks about Mission Fed’s sponsorship of the 2018 Cause Conference, which will be held on October 12 at the Town & Country Hotel and Resort. Billimoria also discusses the credit union’s presenting sponsorship of “Kids Free in October” at the San Diego Zoo […]

IHEART RADIO COMMUNITY CONNECTION SPOTLIGHT ON CAUSE CONFERENCE

iHeart Radio’s Tommy Sablan interviews Cause Conference Co-Chairs Neville Billimoria and Larry Kesslin which aired on: KHTS FM (Channel 933) KIOZ FM (Rock 105) KGB-FM 101.5 KSSX-FM 95.7 (JAM’N) KOGO-AM 600 KMYI-FM (Star 94.1) KLSD–AM 1360 (XTRA Sports) LISTEN TO THE PODCAST

San Diego Business Journal Op-Ed TIME FOR BOOMERS TO JUMP INTO SOCIAL ENTERPRISE

For the past 100 years or so, we have tried to solve our greatest social challenges through the government and/or the nonprofit community. We’ve asked our best and brightest to work in industry or on Wall Street in jobs that they might not love but will produce the greatest financial return. When they start to […]