Last week, I did a guest blog post over on NPower NW’s blog. It gives you a specific approach for keeping all your communications channels aligned called the “Hub and Spoke Model.” We tend to think about one channel at … Continue reading
Event season is upon us, and many non-profits are planning events from breakfasts to art auctions in order to get noticed—and get funded. It’s always fun to learn from the best. That’s why we turned to Shanon Doolittle (@sldoolittle) for … Continue reading
Being consistent doesn’t mean being boring. In this short video, you’ll learn the two reasons you should nurture consistency, and hear about an organization that consistently hits the mark (Kaboom!) and one that had a consistency hiccup (Seattle Symphony).
Consistency is key for exercise, parenting and, yes, that’s right, messaging. Yes, consistency is your BFF when it comes to making your messaging stick. Depending on who you listen to, adults have to hear something three to seven times before … Continue reading
Ray Nance is famous for his trumpet solo in the Duke Ellington orchestra hit, ‘Take the A Train’. He played this solo every night the orchestra played from 1941-1963. Although he did variations on it, he always started out by playing … Continue reading