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6 Simple Ways to Make Your Nonprofit More Efficient

By March 7, 2016 No Comments

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“6 Smart Strategies to Save Time in Your Nonprofit”
Whether it’s keeping track of donors or posting on social media, miscellaneous tasks like these can eat up at your time and make you wear too many hats. Here’s how you can make your nonprofit run more quickly and efficiently.

“Don’t Quit”
Most of us have faced, at one time or another, the overwhelming urge to quit. This motivational poem will give you some fuel to “keep going when the going gets hard.”

“Love the Life You Never Wanted”
He had a promising future and the favor of his father, but ended up as a slave and eventually a prisoner in a dungeon. Here are some valuable lessons on contentment we can learn from the life of Joseph in the Bible.

“The Simple Formula for Following Up”
This easy to remember formula will make sure that you never drop a lead again!

A Florida native and Nashville transplant, Sarah Fechtel brings sunshine and pizazz to the DuoParadigms team. Copywriting, curating content and strategizing ways to bring our clients success are her areas of expertise, and if she is asked how she doesn’t go crazy as a jack-of-all-marketing-trades, she just might reply “Oh, that would make a great headline!”

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