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Creating Boundaries at Work

This summer I am all about boundaries - whether it's in my garden or at work.

 

Learn more in my latest blog post How Boundaries Can Motivate You.

 

What boundaries do you set for yourself? Post yours in the comment section of the blog.

 
Kivi
 
 
Join Us This Month for the Photo-A-Day Challenge

The July #NPCommPix Photo Challenge Starts Today!

We're starting our fourth photo-a-day challenge TODAY for nonprofit communications pros like yourself.
 
This time we're joined by special co-hosts, the Young Nonprofit Professionals Network.  
 
Want to play along? Here are the prompts for the rest of this week:
  • July 1: Collaboration
  • July 2: News
  • July 3: Red
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  • July 5: Picnic 
 
Visit the #NPCommPix page to see the rest of July's prompts, how we are organizing the challenge, and our FAQs.   
 
 
 
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Get a Jump Start on Your End of the Year Appeal Letter

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