Admit it. You mostly agree with it - or at least have your own board experiences where this Gail Perry quote was true.
Is having fun in the boardroom an unreasonable expectation? Is board work so inherently not fun that we've given up even trying (or know that we can - and should - try)?
In boards where this is not true, what makes the biggest difference?
What does "fun" look like in nonprofit boardooms?
What can we do to add fun - that fuels board member passion and motivation - to board work?
(By the way, the book containing this quote is a must-read for nonprofit boards and CEOs. Gail addresses the title topic without bashing board members - actually acknowledging our legitimate needs to finding meaning and connection to the work we are called to do. Very refreshing, frankly.)