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What Dad wouldn't be proud of kid driven to succeed? You try #busking sometime Donate & help him out http://buff.ly/1KaoOPC #ClassicalMusic
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Proud of my Son Byron who's on his way to Chicago to study #violin. Consider supporting the drive and talent of a #classicalmusic student!
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The bottom line is that the most effective #nonprofits I know, do not hesitate to invest in planning and thinking strategically. Conversely, those nonprofits with an uncertain future choose to focus on the immediate rather than the long view. The future is coming and inaction is not an option. It is up to the leadership of nonprofits to Shape, Adapt, or Reserve. The choice is yours.
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My latest Blog Post.  I am pretty tired of the misperception that #nonprofit leaders are not entrepreneurial. Your thoughts are welcome!
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Smart thinking from Kate Barr.  +The Nonprofit Quarterly has a knack of writing timely, focused and important pieces for #nonprofit  leaders. My firm helps leaders think differently too. 
Many nonprofit managers think about reserves in terms of “how many months should we/do we have,” but nonprofit financial guru Kate Barr suggests there may be more specifics to consider.
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One more on the importance of succession planning from the smart folks at +The Nonprofit Quarterly, There are a bunch of #nonprofit organizations in our region that are transitioning leaders without succession plans. Are you preparing adequately? (note: I help nonprofits do this kind of thing) 
VOICES FROM THE FIELD Not much has been written about the role of the retiring executive in succession planning, but this now-retired longtime nonprofit executive would like to lay out his view of how a departing exec should participate to ensure a more successful transition. We’d love to hear from others who know the experience from that perspective!
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Spot on #Nonprofit  advice as always. from Team Prichard/
 
My newest post on the +Prichard Communications blog: 8 secrets nonprofit communicators use to keep donors, members, and other important groups engaged online. What's your favorite engagement hack? 
Your nonprofit’s online audience may be your organization’s most valuable asset. But once you create that community, how do you keep it engaged? Here are eight secrets we see effective nonprofit co...
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Great ideas for ‪#‎nonprofits‬ too! "Thinking Like a Leader: Three Big Shifts" from +strategy+business  magazine. What shift do you have the hardest time with?
Adopt a leadership mind-set before you try to lead.
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This this seems random here, I end up getting some many questions about starting a consulting practice, I thought I would post. Ps: +Freelancers Union is a great resource.
This is a post from a member of the Freelancers Union community. If you’re interested in sharing your expertise, your story, or some advice you think will help a fellow freelancer out, feel free to send your blog post to us ;here. It would be nice, wouldn’t it? Your name on big publications. Waking up to another email from a potential client asking you to write for them. Controlling where and when you work, and the words that you produce. You wan...
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My latest blog post on succession planning. The more I talk with folks, especially nonprofit board members, the more convinced I am that the lack of succession is one of the biggest governance holes for nonprofits.
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My latest #nonprofit  blog on Strategic Planning.  Chasing the shiny new penny is not the starting place for strategy. Would love your thoughts!
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Principles apply to other ‪#‎nonprofits‬ too! From the The +The Wallace Foundation  comes this primer on arts research and audience cultivation.
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Productive Meetings. Smart Strategies. Lasting Impact. Hollywood District Portland, OR 97213
Productive Meetings. Smart Strategies. Lasting Impact., Hollywood DistrictUSOregonPortland97213
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