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Finding Your Summer of CALM

What you need to know about nonprofit communications this week.
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How CALM Will Your Summer Be?

It's finally warming up in North Carolina, and it's got me ready for summer . . . and the Summer of CALM!

I've decided to launch a free online book club and also a brand-new team coaching program in June around the new CALM not BUSY book.

I haven’t worked out all the details yet, but the Coaching Program will likely include:

  • Signed copies of CALM not BUSY for you and your team members
  • A customized plan to improve your CALM Score
  • A private kick-off call with me to go over your plan and another call later in the summer to keep you on track
  • Group coaching calls all summer long with Q & A, success stories, and more
  • A private Facebook Group
  • A bunch more bonuses that I am still working out, including free webinars.

Interested in learning more? Get on the Early Bird List and I'll let you know as soon as I firm up the details.

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5 Things to Know This Week

1. Why you need email.

John Haydon explains with the recent Facebook scandal Why Email Matters NOW More Than Ever.

2. How to do email better.

Find out How to Get Award-Winning Email Engagement as a Nonprofit with Jen Billow of the Park City Education Foundation.

3. Avoid future embarrassment and create a diverse and supportive culture now.

Join us TOMORROW as we wrap up our Inclusive Conversations webinar series with Beyond Policy Into Practice on Thursday, April 19th at 1:00 P.M. Eastern (10:00 A.M. Pacific). Learn more and register.

4. 2017 wasn't a bad year after all.

In a new study, Nonprofit Research Collaborative says that 75% of organizations met fundraising goals and there was a 47% increase in fourth quarter giving by big donors.

5. Inspiration when you want to give up.

Vu Le has some Paradoxical Commandments for the Nonprofit Professional for when you're feeling jaded.

#CALMnotBUSY Tip of the Week

Spend a lot of time in meetings? Of course you do! Here's some advice on the kinds of meetings communications directors actually need.

Each week, we are sharing tips here from my new book, CALM not BUSY: How to Manage Your Nonprofit's Communications for Great Results. (Amazon)

What We Are Exploring

In the evenings, I've been working my way through old cookbooks highlighting recipes I want to try, in search of new baked goods to sell at our local farmer's market this summer. It sounds like another job, but it's actually fun and relaxing in a strange way!

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April 19th. 1:00 p.m. Eastern (10:00 a.m. Pacific)

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Creating Awesome Nonprofit Email Newsletters

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July, 2018 - December, 2018

Different payment options available.

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