Well, much talk these days about ARMA.  It just seems to me that most of
the commentary is going unheard...and therefore has little opportunity to
make a difference.

Just perhaps a reminder....the greatest power each of us has to create
change is not in trying to change the behavior of others...but rather our
own...behavior, actions, etc.  You are the one person you have the most
influence over.  Therefore, I suggest...and not meaning this as sarcasm or
the like....simply drop your ARMA membership.  That will do more than a
billion statements of "what's wrong with ARMA leadership" to change the
organization to be more responsive to the members.

I dropped mine.  I simply refuse to spend my, or anybody elses money, for
something that I deem (for me or the organization I work for) worthless.

Spoken fairly direct...but that's just the way I feel about it.

Gus Harris
Records Manager
University of West FL
Pensacola, FL

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