there's no romance without finance

Vicars, Dennis
May 2008
Exchange (19460406);May/Jun2008, Issue 181, p34
The article suggests ways on how to achieve any desired goals for a center or school. It is stated that the center or school can attain any goal as long as a well-thought plan is made and adopted to the end. The key is to determine a direction for the year and then evaluate this direction monthly, weekly or even daily to make essential adjustments. Moreover, budgeting and planning is recommended for directing the plan into the future and for distinguishing in detail what looks like 12 months down the road.


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