#139: A New Year Story to Inspire You

podcast Dec 30, 2021

Happy 2022!

For the New Year, I’d like to share a story that I hope will inspire you. It’s one that is very familiar to me, because it’s the story of why I began this company and the events that led me to focus on the work on nonprofits. 

This isn’t a vanity podcast. The reason I’m opening up and sharing my story - which I promise you has highs and lows, plot twists and, ultimately, a happy ending - is because I want you to know why this sector, the world of nonprofits, has given me some of the most joyous days of my professional life.  

I think a lot of the things that have moved me will resonate with you. 

Truthfully, I’m also sharing this story because I want you to consider working with me and my team. Letting you know how I got here and why I’m so passionate about nonprofits is an important part of that process. 

So please take a listen, and if you walk away feeling confident that our team could help you generate the awareness and support you need to fulfill your mission, drop me a line. [link to what email address?]

Until then, Happy New Year and best wishes to you, your loved ones, and your nonprofit.

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