5 THINGS TO STOP DOING THIS WEEK
THAT WILL JUMPSTART YOUR MARKETING AND COMMUNICATIONS
Whether you're a nonprofit or for-profit with a social mission, it's a constant juggling act to keep the doors open and the lights on. You've placed a mission over a profit, and while the work is important, it's also never-ending. Fighting for a purpose takes an enormous amount of time, energy, and focus.
And that's just the internal tasks.
Organizations also need sales, donors, and awareness to grow.
Every day you probably also hear about all the things you should be doing. (Does more social media, networking, growing your email list, speaking, podcasting, and blogging sound familiar?)
I know it's overwhelming. And discouraging. Some days you probably just want to give up . . . if you haven't already.
After all, you probably have additional responsibilities on your plate—lots of them. The needs almost always outpace the staff.
But today I want to give you permission to STOP doing five things. If it sounds too good to be true, it's not! You can do less and still make an impact.
Over the next five days, I'll share five areas with you that you can actually say "no" to that will allow for more time, energy, and focus. As a result, your marketing and communications will improve because you'll be in the right headspace and working on the right things. Sounds good, doesn't it?
At the end of this e-course, I want you to feel lighter (mentally, of course!), more determined, and better equipped for your next steps. If you're suffering from #allthethings syndrome, listen up. This is your chance to do something about it.
If I could fill your life with puppies, rainbows, calorie-free chocolate, and some quality time with Jimmy Fallon, I would. But since I can't, I'll gift you with this e-course. I think it's pretty darn good, and I think you will too.
Ready to get started? You deserve this!
I'm Kristi Porter, and I started Signify to help small nonprofits and for-profits with a social mission get noticed and grow through effective marketing and communications. I also teach solopreneurs and small businesses how to incorporate philanthropy and giving strategies. I believe that cause-focused organizations are the future of business. You're proof that companies can both make money and do good. And I'm here to make sure you focus and shine. When you succeed, we all win.