Flagstaff Fourth of July Parade
so much in the event business, you worry about the what you're doing, how you're going to get it done, what it's going to look like? But the whys are really what gives you the support and especially moving into the future. And I found this in my experiences that a lot of people want to be able to support you and give you the whys and tell others about the whys. But I feel like our job sometimes is to provide that verbiage to tell them what the whys are and then to give them examples. See this did this instead of so much the what. Because I think when I'm talking to board members with limited resources, they're looking at how much time they're going to have to put in and where are we going to get the money and why are we doing this in the first place? So it's not really the what, which we all get hung up on, but I think we need to have this so well thought through and to be able to show them the whys and the impact and that's what they want to support you and they want to help you gain more support, but we need to feed that to them.