Month: January 2017

Inbox Zero or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and “Love” Email

How emptying my email inbox everyday helped me keep track of things better, regain a sense of control, better prioritize what is actionable, and enabled me to leave work at work.

Thanking Donors: Is There Such a Thing as Too Much?

Saying thank-you is a critical part of donor stewardship, but it can be overdone. A carefully crafted donor recognition plan ensures that donors get appreciated consistently and in just the right ways.

Giving Up vs. Letting Go

We give up on things when we stop caring about them. Letting go, however, does not mean one does not care, but rather that one accepts the situation and works to clear the way for something better.

Failure is an Option

No one likes to fail, but stepping outside of our comfort zones and allowing ourselves to screw up is necessary for achieving great success.

3 Things No Social Media Toolkit Should Be Without

Many alumni and friends are ready to help spread the word about your next online giving day, but in order for them to be effective, you must provide them with the right guidance and tools.