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The Power of Gratitude

Last week, I was the lucky beneficiary of several expressions of gratitude from clients and friends. Their heartfelt thank you notes really helped lift my spirits during an otherwise tough week. Their generosity also […]

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8 Time Saving Tips for Overwhelmed Volunteer Administrators

If you’re like most volunteer program administrators, you “wear many hats.” The constant need to multi-task is a critical issue that needs to be addressed. But, given the current economic climate and budget shortfalls, it’s not likely that help is on the horizon. To succeed in this environment, we may need to work smarter, not harder.

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How to Recruit Volunteers by Speaking to the “Old Brain”

I recently read Neuromarketing: Understanding the Buy Buttons in Your Customer’s Brain by Patrick Renvoisé & Christophe Morin, an engrossing look at how human beings are hard wired to behave in specific ways. The book includes smart info we can use to strengthen our volunteer recruitment efforts.

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Reclaim Valentines Day!

If you haven’t heard, there’s a movement afoot to take back Valentaines Day and transform it into something with a higher purpose — Generosity Day!

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