Sometimes You Just Gotta Say, “No!”

Twice this year I received phone calls from groups interested in using our camp. We scheduled a tour, we walked, we talked and, by the end of the visit, both groups made generous offers to use our facilities. Both were turned down. This is one of the toughest and trickiest things I have to do as camp director — say “no.” And it’s not just any ol’ “no” that makes it difficult. The “no” because we can’t is easy. The …


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2 comments on “Sometimes You Just Gotta Say, “No!”

  1. Josh Kirby on said:

    This article spent more copy on Google than it did discussing the one case, or many cases in general, for a camp director to deny a group’s request and money to use a camp facility. It seems like the CampBusiness editors just shoulda said, “No!”.

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