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Why Fundraising Is Vital to Your Future

You’re a philanthropic community volunteer. You have a sense of mission to help others. Your community is filled with needs – from the homeless to the sick to the aged to the physically challenged. But what do you want to achieve with your community efforts? If you want to increase the depth and breadth of your understanding of your own mission and your contributions to the community, you want to understand and manage your fundraising results.

If you set out to raise money for a community project or solution, thereby solving the enmity of your own community, without the benefit of your own hard-earned treasure, you’ve already got a world of horror ahead of you. When you try to raise funds for your own personal enrichment, the planning process tends to take the back seat in favor of other “more important” things. You’re not overly busy “taking care of” your fundraising so you don’t have time for allowing your personal priorities to take the back seat. This is especially a problem if you are doing fundraising to help another charity.

When you take your donations to an organization that promotes a cause or solution like yours (and it’s probably because they’re so good contextual!) you are not impacted as much by your own product, service or organization as you are if there is a fundraiser involved. When a fundraiser is activated, it takes more time from your schedule than it does to simply initiate a fundraising event. There are far fewer opportunities for volunteer and unpaid caregivers to take on more responsibility for serving as unpaid leaders of fundraising events.

As if it was not difficult enough to rationally raise funds by giving it away to others, a community fundraiser is a major hurdle to overcome for at least the most capable fundraisers. Raising money for one’s own cause is not only a fundamental value; it is a spiritual expression of that value. Many fundraisers describe their value as that of “giving away to every cause possible.” This can only be exercised when you connect your giving behaviour with the cause or causes you support. When you use your money as a way to do so, it has become just anotherExpenditure Annuities!

How do you decide your own community project or solution? And what do you need to do in order to successfully fundraise? There are three major components to any fundraising plan: (1) a plan for effective communication; (2) a plan for efficient efficiency; and (3) the have a plan at all! The plan must be clear and specific in order to reach the right people, promote the right language, and communicate in the right way.

1. First, you must articulate a clear and compelling reason or mission for the fundraising activity. If your fundraiser is to support a church youth group, you need to highlight how it affects the youth that involves your portion of that principles. The thought behind this approach is to inspire and motivate your volunteers and sellers so they will provide the right help-for-being giving back by supporting your group.

2. Then, you need to determine which groups in the community it affects (e.g., neighborhoods, individuals). Understanding the impact of your fundraising mission (e.g., the purpose of your organization and what its desired outcomes will be) will improve how you tailor your communication to those groups. Part of these marketing messages will be the ability to tune your plan/ communication to meet the needs of those that deserve assistance.

3. Create a master plan that consists of all the necessary parts of the plan: (1) the internal structure; (2) the donor acquisition strategy; (3) the development plan; and (4) a sustainability plan. Each of these components is essential to the success and ultimate success of your fundraising activity.

To reach fundraising success you have to follow a thorough plan. Making the effort to include your fundraising volunteers in your plans will encourage a better result and fill your personal pipeline with the right individuals. Make fundraising a new part of your appreciation and reply to your community.

7 Survival Tactics For Your Small Business

In this post we talk about 7 survival tactics to help you as the business owner get through the challenging time during these challenging economic times.

1.Reconnect with your customers: Your customers need and want to hear from you.

This is the perfect time, in these times, to talk to your customers to see how they’re doing, what’s important to them and how they feel about your business. Customer surveys are a great way to ask customers about what they’re looking for, about what they want, and to get feedback about new products or services that might be of benefit to them.

We recommend Survey Monkey (we use it for printing everything from our invoices to our brochures) and Survey Gizmo (we use it to create and print professional-looking survey cards for specified groups using one of their templates).

2.Take care of your existing customers:Think about this from three different perspectives. Does that business currently need the products/services from you? If so, certainly your business is a candidate for continuity programmes, providing that business with continuity and security. But if your business does not currently need these products/services, it is not a good time (for any other reason) to invest in that business. Some restaurants, for example, start a loyalty card scheme. This gives customers a chance to earn discounts, and encourages them to become frequent customers. This is a great way of ‘keeping’ existing customers, but it also helps to bring in new customers.

3.Develop your customer relationships:This may sound counter-intuitive for many people, but it is actually a good time to develop some relationships with your vendors and suppliers. It is certainly a great time to follow up on some of your client relationships. Your salespeople need to be sure that they’re following up on all those accounts, referrals, or billable work, that you may have not followed up on in a while. Your food & beverage team, if you have food and beverage distributors, and your HVAC and plumbing teams, or your service teams, just to name a few will be challenged to be sure they deliver on those contracts. Your food and beverage distributors will be pressed to help you, the manager will be calling in to talk to his vendors, and they’ll need to be sure of their delivery in time for you to deliver on your client promises. If you don’t already have, a project manager will be there to work in real-time with the service manager to ensure positive delivery of your project.

4.Revitalize your team:Involve your team in the process by setting up stages of work to be completed by you, to get you through the rough patches, and to ensure that you have everyone taking responsibility for their specific part of the problem.

5.Get everyone excited about what you are doing.The single, biggest part of your plan for 2009, you will consider as the main reason for your business succeeding, will be that you will find ways to keep everyone involved and excited about what you are doing.

6.Create a plan to generate leads:In these economic times, it is critical that you create a plan to generate enough leads to last through all the tough economic times. Your plan should consider people and their needs.

7.Grow the value of your core-customer base:There are more contacts to convert to customers in these tough economic times than ever before… make sure that you are sure that your core-customer base, including your extremely loyal ones, are going to be the winners and be willing to leverage any opportunity to convert new potential customers.

These tips, nevertheless, will not make up for an economic downturn, and they are by no means the only way to tackle the challenges facing any business in these difficult times. But when all of your competitors are seeking bankruptcy, they will not be too busy in competing with you… and let’s face it, it probably wasn’t your fault for the past year. Remember that the first rule of business is…

“People buy when they are ready to buy, and are available to buy now”

… they will not be waiting until the next great opportunity to buy.

What is YOUR Definition of Work?

A question we all ask ourselves from time to time. In an industry that relies in a big part on the human element we all find it difficult to really know what our role as a human being is. At a minimum, it is necessary to know that we are trading our time, health and energy for money, some of which goes straight into our own pockets. But while that may be all there is to it for us, many of us ask ourselves from time to time:

“What is work again?”

No one has a crystal ball that tells us that the answer to such an important question will be found in that body we ride every day. It could be possible that you may have found yourself asking this question before, perhaps in a previous life – but in a different context.

If you are in a work environment, it is possible you were asked by a previous job, perhaps you were in some employment that challenged your capabilities / limits / ideas, and yourself wanted more. You could consider or consider trying something else. Or you may have been in a situation where your role brought a lot of satisfaction and/ or inspiration.

But before you start reminiscing, maybe you could use your experience to create something to remind you of what it was you did. Perhaps a visualization is your thing. Or a daily journal might be the way to go? Regardless of method(s), there are certain obvious advantages of doing so, and one of them is: to increase your chances of success in finding more work and a greater sense of purpose. Not to mention, the… resilience, sanity and happiness that comes with it.

We always need to make choices, and taking the time to go through the process allows us to take more informed, strategic and informed decisions.

Be your own saviour

One of my favourite affirmations comes from the Master’s Suite in the Calling of the Profound Field, and is titled “Be your own saviour. Understand that to make suggestions is just to refuse to repeat the problem for hours, and this is your job. And this is no mistake. When you possess that, you take responsibility and it never grows old.” That one big thrust from your mind is good for you, and it acts a catalyst for making more and more creative work every day.

Take Lateral Thinking

While you are busy making things happen, take a moment to think – how can I mix my learning with my daily work? How can I use my knowledge for my solution or my path? Can I use the knowledge I have gained from previous work to help me take care of and understand/ solve a different sort of problem, which may not have worked out before?

Doing so will develop your ability to start making innovative decisions. It’s less about straight-forward science and more about seeing a world that is right in front of you, and a certain path to it. In this new path, the prospect of troubleshoot, be sure to have in your mind all the parts that you deliver really well. As you consider the latter one, you may find that you can work on and support more and more partners in that solution.

Get creative

As humans, we need to help ourselves, and as humans, one of the strengths that comes with us is ‘creativity’. If you have read Dan Pink’s recent bestseller, A Whole New Mind, then it should have been obvious that this term is relevant to us. The world is getting more complex, and the sort of brilliance that we need to bring a conclusion to important matters, is being more unusual.

Embodiment is a powerful tool – if you have not already – we need to think like children: imagine yourself in a different situation, and think how you would go about solving a problem. toys, focus groups, surveys to see what is cool and what moves the consumers/ consumers are making.

But there’s another effect of this creative activity, and that is to hone our ability to generate more creative work. To look at what is out there in plain sight is a beneficial activity, encouraging our sight to being thus to come up with something better.

If you’re looking to get more out of what you are doing now, then try adopting a creative mindset. The top-10 list will provide you with some ideas, and I encourage you to employ and adapt them.

4 Resume Writing Tips to Help You Land a Job

4 Resume Writing Tips to Help You Land a Job

Landing a job is not as easy as it used to be two decades back. With the population growing exponentially, for every thousand individuals, only one job opportunity is available. To bag a job is a task that has links to your skills and qualification. But no employer can scan your dedication or ability to work smartly without a proper tool to do it. The bridge to share information can be laid only with a flawless resume. It must have all the relevant details about your education and experience to open up more about you. Tailoring your resume is key to being pertinent to a particular job profile. Several factors need to be considered to set up the perfect resume. Here are a few resume writing tips to help you land a job.

1.      Keywords for the Job Position

The first thing you need to do is go through the various job postings that interest you. Resume writing is a process that has to incorporate the elements required to pertain to that desired job position. So, you need to look for the keywords that fit that particular job profile. All the responsibilities of that position must be learned in order to pick the right keywords for your resume. When you are applying for a job as a coder, you must include words such as “coding” and “software.” Adding more skills and terms that relate to that job description must be a part of your resume.

 

2.      Check Against Resume Examples

Searching online for samples will push plenty of results onto the page. Look for the samples and templates that you can follow to make your resume. Once you are done creating one, review it by checking against the best models. The key points to be noted are that you must make the resume brief. Taking more than 3-4 pages to describe your abilities would surely create the wrong impression since more than half of the content might be redundant. You must also try to make it simple and easy to read. Using numbers is an advantage because the employers will look into the data to assess your previous performance. It is an ideal form of gauging your abilities, a metric that determines your future.

3.      Professional Font is Required

Keeping your font to be easily legible is another important aspect to pay attention to. Since the employer doesn’t have all day to check your resume, try to stick to the basic fonts like Times New Roman or Arial at a size ranging from 10-14. With readable font on your resume, you will look more professional, adding more layers to your attire and attitude.

Professional Font

4.      Arrange the Information According to Relevance

When you are creating a resume, you must add only the relevant information in it. Make sure to avoid all details that seem redundant, meaning if it is too much information for the employer. Create a list of the fields that need to be added in the resume, and arrange them according to the relevance. Your name, skills, education, and achievements must be on the front page. The first impression created from your resume should be solely based on the information disclosed through that sheet.

Why Fundraising Is Vital to Your Future

You’re a philanthropic community volunteer. You have a sense of mission to help others. Your community is filled with needs – from the homeless to the sick to the aged to the physically challenged. But what do you want to achieve with your community efforts? If you want to increase the depth and breadth of your understanding of your own mission and your contributions to the community, you want to understand and manage your fundraising results.

If you set out to raise money for a community project or solution, thereby solving the enmity of your own community, without the benefit of your own hard-earned treasure, you’ve already got a world of horror ahead of you. When you try to raise funds for your own personal enrichment, the planning process tends to take the back seat in favor of other “more important” things. You’re not overly busy “taking care of” your fundraising so you don’t have time for allowing your personal priorities to take the back seat. This is especially a problem if you are doing fundraising to help another charity.

When you take your donations to an organization that promotes a cause or solution like yours (and it’s probably because they’re so good contextual!) you are not impacted as much by your own product, service or organization as you are if there is a fundraiser involved. When a fundraiser is activated, it takes more time from your schedule than it does to simply initiate a fundraising event. There are far fewer opportunities for volunteer and unpaid caregivers to take on more responsibility for serving as unpaid leaders of fundraising events.

As if it was not difficult enough to rationally raise funds by giving it away to others, a community fundraiser is a major hurdle to overcome for at least the most capable fundraisers. Raising money for one’s own cause is not only a fundamental value; it is a spiritual expression of that value. Many fundraisers describe their value as that of “giving away to every cause possible.” This can only be exercised when you connect your giving behaviour with the cause or causes you support. When you use your money as a way to do so, it has become just anotherExpenditure Annuities!

How do you decide your own community project or solution? And what do you need to do in order to successfully fundraise? There are three major components to any fundraising plan: (1) a plan for effective communication; (2) a plan for efficient efficiency; and (3) the have a plan at all! The plan must be clear and specific in order to reach the right people, promote the right language, and communicate in the right way.

1. First, you must articulate a clear and compelling reason or mission for the fundraising activity. If your fundraiser is to support a church youth group, you need to highlight how it affects the youth that involves your portion of that principles. The thought behind this approach is to inspire and motivate your volunteers and sellers so they will provide the right help-for-being giving back by supporting your group.

2. Then, you need to determine which groups in the community it affects (e.g., neighborhoods, individuals). Understanding the impact of your fundraising mission (e.g., the purpose of your organization and what its desired outcomes will be) will improve how you tailor your communication to those groups. Part of these marketing messages will be the ability to tune your plan/ communication to meet the needs of those that deserve assistance.

3. Create a master plan that consists of all the necessary parts of the plan: (1) the internal structure; (2) the donor acquisition strategy; (3) the development plan; and (4) a sustainability plan. Each of these components is essential to the success and ultimate success of your fundraising activity.

To reach fundraising success you have to follow a thorough plan. Making the effort to include your fundraising volunteers in your plans will encourage a better result and fill your personal pipeline with the right individuals. Make fundraising a new part of your appreciation and reply to your community.

7 Survival Tactics For Your Small Business

In this post we talk about 7 survival tactics to help you as the business owner get through the challenging time during these challenging economic times.

1.Reconnect with your customers: Your customers need and want to hear from you.

This is the perfect time, in these times, to talk to your customers to see how they’re doing, what’s important to them and how they feel about your business. Customer surveys are a great way to ask customers about what they’re looking for, about what they want, and to get feedback about new products or services that might be of benefit to them.

We recommend Survey Monkey (we use it for printing everything from our invoices to our brochures) and Survey Gizmo (we use it to create and print professional-looking survey cards for specified groups using one of their templates).

2.Take care of your existing customers:Think about this from three different perspectives. Does that business currently need the products/services from you? If so, certainly your business is a candidate for continuity programmes, providing that business with continuity and security. But if your business does not currently need these products/services, it is not a good time (for any other reason) to invest in that business. Some restaurants, for example, start a loyalty card scheme. This gives customers a chance to earn discounts, and encourages them to become frequent customers. This is a great way of ‘keeping’ existing customers, but it also helps to bring in new customers.

3.Develop your customer relationships:This may sound counter-intuitive for many people, but it is actually a good time to develop some relationships with your vendors and suppliers. It is certainly a great time to follow up on some of your client relationships. Your salespeople need to be sure that they’re following up on all those accounts, referrals, or billable work, that you may have not followed up on in a while. Your food & beverage team, if you have food and beverage distributors, and your HVAC and plumbing teams, or your service teams, just to name a few will be challenged to be sure they deliver on those contracts. Your food and beverage distributors will be pressed to help you, the manager will be calling in to talk to his vendors, and they’ll need to be sure of their delivery in time for you to deliver on your client promises. If you don’t already have, a project manager will be there to work in real-time with the service manager to ensure positive delivery of your project.

4.Revitalize your team:Involve your team in the process by setting up stages of work to be completed by you, to get you through the rough patches, and to ensure that you have everyone taking responsibility for their specific part of the problem.

5.Get everyone excited about what you are doing.The single, biggest part of your plan for 2009, you will consider as the main reason for your business succeeding, will be that you will find ways to keep everyone involved and excited about what you are doing.

6.Create a plan to generate leads:In these economic times, it is critical that you create a plan to generate enough leads to last through all the tough economic times. Your plan should consider people and their needs.

7.Grow the value of your core-customer base:There are more contacts to convert to customers in these tough economic times than ever before… make sure that you are sure that your core-customer base, including your extremely loyal ones, are going to be the winners and be willing to leverage any opportunity to convert new potential customers.

These tips, nevertheless, will not make up for an economic downturn, and they are by no means the only way to tackle the challenges facing any business in these difficult times. But when all of your competitors are seeking bankruptcy, they will not be too busy in competing with you… and let’s face it, it probably wasn’t your fault for the past year. Remember that the first rule of business is…

“People buy when they are ready to buy, and are available to buy now”

… they will not be waiting until the next great opportunity to buy.

What is YOUR Definition of Work?

A question we all ask ourselves from time to time. In an industry that relies in a big part on the human element we all find it difficult to really know what our role as a human being is. At a minimum, it is necessary to know that we are trading our time, health and energy for money, some of which goes straight into our own pockets. But while that may be all there is to it for us, many of us ask ourselves from time to time:

“What is work again?”

No one has a crystal ball that tells us that the answer to such an important question will be found in that body we ride every day. It could be possible that you may have found yourself asking this question before, perhaps in a previous life – but in a different context.

If you are in a work environment, it is possible you were asked by a previous job, perhaps you were in some employment that challenged your capabilities / limits / ideas, and yourself wanted more. You could consider or consider trying something else. Or you may have been in a situation where your role brought a lot of satisfaction and/ or inspiration.

But before you start reminiscing, maybe you could use your experience to create something to remind you of what it was you did. Perhaps a visualization is your thing. Or a daily journal might be the way to go? Regardless of method(s), there are certain obvious advantages of doing so, and one of them is: to increase your chances of success in finding more work and a greater sense of purpose. Not to mention, the… resilience, sanity and happiness that comes with it.

We always need to make choices, and taking the time to go through the process allows us to take more informed, strategic and informed decisions.

Be your own saviour

One of my favourite affirmations comes from the Master’s Suite in the Calling of the Profound Field, and is titled “Be your own saviour. Understand that to make suggestions is just to refuse to repeat the problem for hours, and this is your job. And this is no mistake. When you possess that, you take responsibility and it never grows old.” That one big thrust from your mind is good for you, and it acts a catalyst for making more and more creative work every day.

Take Lateral Thinking

While you are busy making things happen, take a moment to think – how can I mix my learning with my daily work? How can I use my knowledge for my solution or my path? Can I use the knowledge I have gained from previous work to help me take care of and understand/ solve a different sort of problem, which may not have worked out before?

Doing so will develop your ability to start making innovative decisions. It’s less about straight-forward science and more about seeing a world that is right in front of you, and a certain path to it. In this new path, the prospect of troubleshoot, be sure to have in your mind all the parts that you deliver really well. As you consider the latter one, you may find that you can work on and support more and more partners in that solution.

Get creative

As humans, we need to help ourselves, and as humans, one of the strengths that comes with us is ‘creativity’. If you have read Dan Pink’s recent bestseller, A Whole New Mind, then it should have been obvious that this term is relevant to us. The world is getting more complex, and the sort of brilliance that we need to bring a conclusion to important matters, is being more unusual.

Embodiment is a powerful tool – if you have not already – we need to think like children: imagine yourself in a different situation, and think how you would go about solving a problem. toys, focus groups, surveys to see what is cool and what moves the consumers/ consumers are making.

But there’s another effect of this creative activity, and that is to hone our ability to generate more creative work. To look at what is out there in plain sight is a beneficial activity, encouraging our sight to being thus to come up with something better.

If you’re looking to get more out of what you are doing now, then try adopting a creative mindset. The top-10 list will provide you with some ideas, and I encourage you to employ and adapt them.

4 Resume Writing Tips to Help You Land a Job

4 Resume Writing Tips to Help You Land a Job

Landing a job is not as easy as it used to be two decades back. With the population growing exponentially, for every thousand individuals, only one job opportunity is available. To bag a job is a task that has links to your skills and qualification. But no employer can scan your dedication or ability to work smartly without a proper tool to do it. The bridge to share information can be laid only with a flawless resume. It must have all the relevant details about your education and experience to open up more about you. Tailoring your resume is key to being pertinent to a particular job profile. Several factors need to be considered to set up the perfect resume. Here are a few resume writing tips to help you land a job.

1.      Keywords for the Job Position

The first thing you need to do is go through the various job postings that interest you. Resume writing is a process that has to incorporate the elements required to pertain to that desired job position. So, you need to look for the keywords that fit that particular job profile. All the responsibilities of that position must be learned in order to pick the right keywords for your resume. When you are applying for a job as a coder, you must include words such as “coding” and “software.” Adding more skills and terms that relate to that job description must be a part of your resume.

 

2.      Check Against Resume Examples

Searching online for samples will push plenty of results onto the page. Look for the samples and templates that you can follow to make your resume. Once you are done creating one, review it by checking against the best models. The key points to be noted are that you must make the resume brief. Taking more than 3-4 pages to describe your abilities would surely create the wrong impression since more than half of the content might be redundant. You must also try to make it simple and easy to read. Using numbers is an advantage because the employers will look into the data to assess your previous performance. It is an ideal form of gauging your abilities, a metric that determines your future.

3.      Professional Font is Required

Keeping your font to be easily legible is another important aspect to pay attention to. Since the employer doesn’t have all day to check your resume, try to stick to the basic fonts like Times New Roman or Arial at a size ranging from 10-14. With readable font on your resume, you will look more professional, adding more layers to your attire and attitude.

Professional Font

4.      Arrange the Information According to Relevance

When you are creating a resume, you must add only the relevant information in it. Make sure to avoid all details that seem redundant, meaning if it is too much information for the employer. Create a list of the fields that need to be added in the resume, and arrange them according to the relevance. Your name, skills, education, and achievements must be on the front page. The first impression created from your resume should be solely based on the information disclosed through that sheet.

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