We think of property corners as calculated and precise. Real world experience demonstrates a variety of ways to establish a boundary. It is a reminder, just because we have interacted with one nonprofit, one board, one team, one program does not mean we have clarity on that organization and all the other causes/boards/staff/programs who occupy a similar space. What differentiates many of them is not the fence lines and boundaries but the work that takes place within their area of focus.
What if we were a little more curious about what is happening within instead of judging the size and scope of the enterprise we encounter?