The P&G Memo Feedback Loop

ShellyPalmer THINK ABOUT THIS THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2020 Have you ever used the famous “P&G Memo” format to build a business case? If you have, I’d love to hear about it. I want to do a follow-up article with best practices examples, so here’s my ask:¬†Please take this short survey¬†and...

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October 28th Livestream

‚ÄúSmoky¬†classics, bluesy originals, and a handful of offbeat songs all the more welcome for being underexposed‚Ķ Guitarist Ron Affif and bassist Ken Filiano wrap their strings gently around Wolper’s rich voice.‚Ä̬†(Time Out New York) Hello! I hope you’re doing well. This is a quick reminder of my upcoming live-stream trio...

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Watch YouTube and get paid for it?

Dear Friend, Are you passionate about your nonprofit’s mission? Do you love YouTube as much as I do?  We’ve combined the best of both worlds: top notch fundraising advice delivered via YouTube videos. This series of short videos is culled from some of my past speaking engagements, but they prove a fundraising...

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Grant for Artists

The Artist Relief Fund (an emergency initiative consisting of a number of national arts grantmakers), is offering $5,000 grants to practicing artists residing and working in any of the 50 U.S. states or surrounding territories for the past two years that are 18 or older and can demonstrate financial need due...

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Apples, Honey & Norman Lear

News From Your Flobel Community Network Welcome back to school and work… or not. We hope you are staying safe and thriving. Less than 5 weeks until the November 3rd election. We are looking for volunteer poll watchers for Swing States to make sure the election is fair. Please email us if you...

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St. John the Divine, Blessing of the Animals

This Sunday is the day-long St. Francis of Assisi celebration. Usually tickets sell out months in advance for the cathedral service that features a procession of all kinds of animals (Alpacas! Camels! Yaks! Kangaroos!*) And the music is always amazing. Typically, festivities continue throughout the day on the cathedral’s grounds with lots of socializing...

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COVID-19 Weekly Digest from A. Parness CPA

The Latest COVID-19 Business News and Updates With our normal routines turned upside down, people have found as many ways to cope with the pandemic as there are neighborhoods. I love the section of the New York Times showing a series of postcard vignettes of neighbors coming together to connect and help each other,...

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Biden-Harris Virtual Fundraiser with Fashion Designer and Activist Johnny Talbot and John B. Emerson, United States Ambassador to Germany (2013 – 2017)

Fighting Injustice through Fashion and American Issues Abroad Please join Fashion Designer and Activist¬†Johnny Talbot With Special Guest John B. Emerson,¬†United States Ambassador to Germany (2013 ‚Äď 2017) For a Virtual Conversation on Fighting injustice through fashion and American Issues Abroad Thursday, October 8, 2020 7:00 p.m. CET (Berlin) /...

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[updated] Beauty in Our Own Backyards!

Nature¬†here. Getting back to nature doesn’t always mean having to jump into a car or a take a train. Nature is going about its day all around us, if we just step outside and pull our gaze away from our smart phones. Look up. Look down at the ground. Look...

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