Tag: Research

Want Great Clients? Get Your Sh*t Together.

The two most common questions I get asked when I tell people I am a writer: 1) What do you write? 2) How do you find your clients? The answer to the first question is pretty straightforward: I solve explanation problems for CEOs and founders who don’t have time to

Refer Friends, Get Paid

June 2019 referral program goodies: gift cards, discounts, and RATE LOCK. Do you know someone that could benefit from professional writing services?  Send them my way.  It’s a win win win!  I get to do that thing I love to do, your friend enjoys the benefits of artisan content for

Less Snooze, More Reading

I don’t know about you, but sometimes it can be tempting to hit the snooze button a few times before I get out of bed.  One way I combat this is by starting my day with reading.  I used to have a hard time justifying time for reading, but when

Public Land as an Affordable Housing Resource

As written for Alliance for Housing Solutions 7/26/17 A recent study by Enterprise Community Partners points to public land as an underutilized affordable housing resource, especially in high-cost housing markets. The use of publicly owned land can provide an edge to nonprofit developers to acquire resources that are traditionally cost

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The Complicated Power Balance Between the Executive, Board of Directors & Personnel

Interested in learning more about the balance of power between the executive, the board of directors, and personnel in a nonprofit organization? Check out my post, Topics in Nonprofit Leadership  

Why Use an AD When a Case Study Works Better?

The beauty of using a case study is that it packages your services or products in a way that doesn’t have the traditional sales feel. A case study allows you to tell a story about how your company can solve problems. These work great for all types of organizations especially

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Nonprofit Strategic Planning

Managing a nonprofit organization is a complex series of tasks that involves multiple bottom lines, various sources of revenue, and a multitude of people. Leadership must be able to keep a clear vision of the current underpinnings of the organization with an eye always on the horizon for new problems

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My Veggie Chef, Media Kit

Check out this media kit for My Veggie Chef, an affordable plant-based meal delivery service. MVC Press Kit A media kit is a great way to showcase your business to potential investors or the media.  For help with yours, contact me today! Photo via My Veggie Chef

Press Kit, Edible Education

Chef Ann Butler of Edible Education requested a starter Press Kit for an event last year.  This kit contains information about her business, previously published news items dating back to start-up, and industry news. Edible Education Press Kit 2018 edible-education-pr-list A press kit is an excellent way to provide your

What Does Your Budget Say About Your Organization?

This paper will examine the budget and fiscal policy of the Cape Girardeau County Extension using trends in budget formation and execution between FY 2015 and FY 2016. Recommendations for further action will be provided, based on the information collected in this paper.

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