Become A Young Professional Who Wins At Work And Life

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Become a Young Professional Who Wins at Work and Life , is a really good book you, and lots of people, should know about. also makes for a good gift from a parent or life/business coach and is perfect for a millennial’s book club. Good books I like to share.

When a blog post takes a life of its own

Judi Sohn

I didn’t buy it, but eventually the symptoms got better and I got back to my life. I didn’t want anyone to think I was attempting to dispense medical advice, and I don’t censor any comments posted as long as they’re not flaming or spam. I’ve taken a kind of “whatever&# attitude about it. In December 1994, on our last night of vacation in Las Vegas, Eric and I had tickets to see Cirque Du Soleil at Treasure Island.

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When a blog post takes a life of its own

Judi Sohn

I didn’t buy it, but eventually the symptoms got better and I got back to my life. I didn’t want anyone to think I was attempting to dispense medical advice, and I don’t censor any comments posted as long as they’re not flaming or spam. I’ve taken a kind of “whatever&# attitude about it. In December 1994, on our last night of vacation in Las Vegas, Eric and I had tickets to see Cirque Du Soleil at Treasure Island.

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Bo Eason Teaches You How To Achieve Your A-Game In Life

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Bo Eason Today, Eason shares the following great advice: Question: How can a person stay focused and not let distractions take her/him off course? Take a nice deep breath, think about your life, and start writing. Now look back at your distractions list: What are those distractions in your life that you have to include? That plan guided my life. This was my LIFE DREAM. Every big result I have seen in life started as a declaration.

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Best New Leadership And Business Book Of 2020

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Become a Young Professional Who Wins at Work and Life , by Nathan Magnuson , published in June this year. also makes for a good gift from a parent or life/business coach and is perfect for a millennial’s book club. She made a comment to me in passing one day that changed my life.

It’s OK to change your career path

Media Cause

I started seeking out more ways I could get closer to design in my personal life, which led me to creating designs for my family and friends. I learned to be flexible with my life plans and open to change. I’m writing this for whoever has been contemplating making a career change.

How To Succeed As A Young Professional

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Become a Young Professional Who Wins at Work and Life , is a really good book you, and lots of people, should know about. also makes for a good gift from a parent or life/business coach and is perfect for a millennial’s book club. Good books I like to share.

How to Prevent Burnout at Your Nonprofit, From the Experts

Classy

She knew the job aligned her life experience, education, and passion to learn more about trauma, grit, grief, and resilience. Expert Advice to Prevent Burnout at Your Nonprofit. Sudden cynical attitude about the job, company, or working conditions .

Flashback To The Best New Leadership Book For 2020

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Become a Young Professional Who Wins at Work and Life , by Nathan Magnuson , published in June this year. also makes for a good gift from a parent or life/business coach and is perfect for a millennial’s book club. She made a comment to me in passing one day that changed my life.

Be The Leader You Want To Be

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Set a barometer for what’s enough and how to have an attitude of gratitude. Amy Jen Su Awhile back, Su shared this additional advice and recommendations: Question : Of the 5 Ps you consider Purpose to be the most essential.

Flashback: Best New Leadership Book Of 2014

Eric Jacobsen Blog

What advice do you have for those struggling with their reinvention? Van Gorder : Reinvention starts with a positive attitude. I like to hire people with positive attitudes as we can train people for almost everything except attitude.

Flashback: Best New Leadership Book Of 2014

Eric Jacobsen Blog

What advice do you have for those struggling with their reinvention? Van Gorder : Reinvention starts with a positive attitude. I like to hire people with positive attitudes as we can train people for almost everything except attitude.

11 Qualities of an Effective Social Media Manager

Nonprofit Tech for Good

The best social media practitioners express their personalities with a dash of attitude and a bit of flair, and are comfortable articulating their opinions online. Just because someone is 19 and came of age using Facebook in his personal life does not mean that he can manage and implement your online communities on social media sites successfully. Is willing to mesh his personal life with his professional life online.

[VIDEO] Raising More Money By Asking (And Answering) Better Questions

Bloomerang

So the general proposition or principle in fundraising, which I learned decades ago, but does bear repeating, is that if you ask for money, you get advice, and if you’re asked for advice, you get money. . It’s her attitude that’s really important.

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Five Essential Principles For Leadership

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Set a barometer for what’s enough and how to have an attitude of gratitude. Amy Jen Su Recently, Su shared this additional advice and recommendations: Question : Of the 5 Ps you consider Purpose to be the most essential.

15+ Things You’ll Take Away From The Digital Fundraising Summit This Year

CauseVox

Why you should attend: You’ll get hands-on advice about how to get the grant and how to use it most effectively for big results. Plus you’ll see some real life examples that help you see it in practice.

How To Be The Leader You Want To Be

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Set a barometer for what’s enough and how to have an attitude of gratitude. Amy Jen Su Earlier this year, Su shared this additional advice and recommendations: Question : Of the 5 Ps you consider Purpose to be the most essential.

Be The Leader You Want To Be

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Set a barometer for what’s enough and how to have an attitude of gratitude. Amy Jen Su Recently, Su shared this additional advice and recommendations: Question : Of the 5 Ps you consider Purpose to be the most essential.

How To Be Your Best Self And Leader Every Day

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Set a barometer for what’s enough and how to have an attitude of gratitude. Amy Jen Su Today, Su shares this additional advice and recommendations: Question : Of the 5 Ps you consider Purpose to be the most essential.

How To Be The Leader You Want To Be

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Set a barometer for what’s enough and how to have an attitude of gratitude. Amy Jen Su Recently, Su shared this additional advice and recommendations: Question : Of the 5 Ps you consider Purpose to be the most essential.

How to Bounce Back When You’re Told No

NonProfit Hub

It stings, but it’s a normal part of life in the nonprofit sector. And while this may feel like the end of the world at first, with the right attitude , you can turn that rejection into a positive learning experience. While it may be a lost cause with this specific person, their advice and constructive criticism could make a difference in your future asks.

Quotes And Leadership Lessons From Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle

Joseph Lalonde

Life and leadership are messy. She calls her out on it and Bethany cops an attitude. As people rise in the ranks of leadership, they can forget what life was like when they didn’t have a position of power. Principle Bently: You get one life… You get to decide how you’re going to spend it. Principle Bently (Marc Evan Jackson) tells his students they have one life. The life they will live, they get to decide how to live it.

Help Your Helpers! Top Tips for Managing Volunteers

Qgiv

Life happens and circumstances are always changing, but the sooner you can identify any potential red flags, the better it is for everyone. Of course, be sure to work with your staff team to get an outside perspective and seek advice from trusted colleagues, mentors, and managers.

Flashback To Best New Leadership Book Of 2014

Eric Jacobsen Blog

What advice do you have for those struggling with their reinvention? Van Gorder : Reinvention starts with a positive attitude. I like to hire people with positive attitudes as we can train people for almost everything except attitude. So it’s a combination of personal attitude, proper preparation and a great employer.

How To Be The Best At What You Do

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Bo Eason Eason shares the following great advice: Question: How can a person stay focused and not let distractions take her/him off course? Take a nice deep breath, think about your life, and start writing. That plan guided my life. This was my LIFE DREAM.

4 Reasons Why Cause Camp Isn’t Your Average Nonprofit Conference

NonProfit Hub

Go ahead, ask them all the burning, organization-specific questions you have—they’ll be ready to form a connection with you and dish out some real advice. Cause Camp is enriched by the community-centered attitude that envelops you the second you walk in the door. Our goal is to host people from all backgrounds, and we hate the thought that a pricey ticket would ever stop someone from experiencing something as life-changing as Cause Camp.

[VIDEO] You’ve Been Let Go From Your Nonprofit Job – Now What?

Bloomerang

You’ll get expert advice and tips from them based on how they’ve gone through certain journeys in their lives. I like that attitude and the way you framed it. What tips or advice or best practices can you share that, you know, to get that process at least started?

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Five Essential Principles For Being The Leader You Want To Be

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Set a barometer for what’s enough and how to have an attitude of gratitude. Amy Jen Su Today, Su shares this additional advice and recommendations: Question : Of the 5 Ps you consider Purpose to be the most essential. It is easy, in the face of heavy workloads and other people’s demands, to feel like you’ve been ejected from the driver’s seat of life. For many professionals, legacy, life purpose, and giving back move to the forefront at this stage.

5 Reasons Why You Should Make Mentoring A Priority

Beth Kanter

Some of the mentors and the mentees shared their experiences and five reasons why you should make mentoring a part of your life follow: You Can Fit Mentoring Into Your Schedule. Mentoring others is an attitude and lifestyle choice. For example, having coffee with a new graduate or even exchanging an email or two can make a difference in a person’s life. Being able to talk, and get advice from Linda, Star, Wade, & Brian was an amazing experience.

How To Be The Best At What You Do

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Bo Eason Recently, Eason shares the following great advice: Question: How can a person stay focused and not let distractions take her/him off course? Take a nice deep breath, think about your life, and start writing. That plan guided my life. This was my LIFE DREAM.

Best New Leadership Book Of 2014

Eric Jacobson

What advice do you have for those struggling with their reinvention? Van Gorder : Reinvention starts with a positive attitude. I like to hire people with positive attitudes as we can train people for almost everything except attitude. So it’s a combination of personal attitude, proper preparation and a great employer.

Coach Bill Courtney Tells Powerful Stories And Shares Insightful Leadership Lessons

Eric Jacobson

In his book (May 13 release date), he shares is convictions on the fundamental tenets of: character commitment service leadership civility Each chapter tells the story of one of these tenets through compelling anecdotes of various characters in Courtney''s life and career. Takeaways from the book include Courtney''s advice: The true measure of a person''s character is how one handles one''s failures, not successes. Storytelling is one of the most powerful ways to communicate.

Rowboats and Magic Feathers: Reflections on 13 Years of Museum 2.0

Museum 2.0

I'm still close with some of the very first people to read the blog--strangers whose comments, encouragement, and advice have guided me for more than a decade. The response to this blog changed my life. As you might imagine, this led me to approach the blog with a different attitude. My attitude was, "readers don't care what's going on with me. Woman reading a book on a beached rowboat, 1925. Image via State Library of Queensland (an institution I love).

Get to Know the Lodestar Center: Pat Lewis

ASU Lodestar Center

I am a strong advocate of volunteerism and have volunteered my entire life, so while I was at AFP I also volunteered at George Mason University to help it develop its nonprofit studies in its graduate program in Public Administration. How do we balance all of that so that we keep that formative attitude that de Tocqueville wrote about when he said what a wonder it is, in the United States, to see a group of people who see a problem and go about taking care of it -- without government!

A Conversation with TechSoup's Susan Tenby on Virtual Nonprofit Communities

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

She is also exploring how nonprofits can use Second Life, a multiplayer community on the Web. TechSoup has set up a virtual office in Second Life and earlier this month hosted a mixed-reality event showcasing a new nonprofit directory. She was introduced to Second Life 18 months ago as a focus group participant for Linden Labs , the developers of Second Life. t able to conceive of Second Life as anything more than a game.

Self Care in the Museum Workplace

Connection Cafe

Elizabeth) I like this advice from Kat Boogard on The Everygirl. Seema) The work-life balance is individual, both in terms of our personalities, but also our types of work. It was work, but something I also see as part of my life. I try to assess when I find work at home detrimental to life at home. If you are in a more rigid situation, then I think you do need to put down more rigid boundaries between work and life.

450 Email Subject Lines From End of Year Fundraising

Connection Cafe

Perhaps nonprofits have listened to my advice over the years to time their email campaigns when the most giving happens. Perfect combination of humor, personalization, and attitude that we’ve come to expect from this holiday campaign. Would you like to change a life in 2016? Your year-end gift helps others find life after cancer. 3 days left to change a life. Still a Little Time for a Life-Saving, Tax-Deductible Gift. You Can Transform A Life.

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Overhead: Time to Pull Our Heads Out of the Sand?

Connection Cafe

In just about any place you look today for advice on fundraising, overhead is being discussed. Research across a wide variety of nonprofits, both to look at attitudes as a whole and specific to organizations, could be undertaken on a cooperative basis, thus providing quantifiable evidence to potentially influence future debate in Congress.

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From Humanities Major to Career NPtechie in Two Easy Steps

NTEN

Having built one HTML page before in my life, my first job out of college was building a 500-page book catalog for the UUA in static HTML, which I was supposed to do in addition to my copywriting job. (Oh, Initially, the shift from "accidental techie" to a career NPtechie is more about a change in your own attitude than anything else. Johanna Bates, Community Partners.

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Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

While organizational adoption of social media tools for external communications strategies is becoming more common, not to mention lots of practical advice such as this recent white paper: The Revolution will be Socialized and the many how-to primers for nonprofits like this one. It appears that corporations believe that desktop applications and office documents should not have a social life.

112 Nonprofit Blog Posts, Articles, and Stories from 2013 You Can’t Miss.

Connection Cafe

Beth Kanter provides simple, yet super helpful advice on how your organization can keep track of aha moments, lessons, ideas, mistakes and experiences during events. In Claire Axelrad’s edition, Halloween Nonprofit Blog Carnival- Major Gifts Tricks and Treats , nonprofits are given advice galore on building relationships with major givers. Baldrick’s Foundation shares expert story-telling advice. For many, it might involve a little attitude adjustment.

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Another social network for activism on the horizon… | Non-Profit Tech Blog

Confessions of a Non-Profit Executive Director

My advice was actually more directed at social networks such as change.org which are finding it difficult to gain traction by attracting the nonprofits themselves. And you can sense some reasons for that disaffection from the NGO attitude that Suzannah describes. The deep background that we all agree on seems to be that nonprofit executives are fairly ill-equipped to deal with this sea change in technology and political attitudes.

Online Video: An Interview Revealing Best Practices and Trends - Online Fundraising, Advocacy, and Social Media - frogloop

Care2

60) Search « Overbrook Foundation Reports Grantees Dont Know Web 2.0 | Main | Second Life: Debunking Myths, Identifying Opportunities » Monday Sep 10 2007 Online Video: An Interview Revealing Best Practices and Trends Monday, September 10, 2007 at 01:29PM | by Hatef Yamini Recently, I had the opportunity to interview Tim Treanor, Chairman and CEO at Online Video Service , a firm that specializes in video content management for nonprofits.