Whether I'm talking with a nonprofit staffer, or a fellow nonprofit consultant, the topic of time always comes up. They'd like more time for:
- Designing a strategic plan
- Using social media
- Creative thinking
- Reflection and assessment
- Community building
- Professional development
- A personal life/vacation
- _________________ (fill in the blank)
As nonprofit staffers and nonprofit consultants, we have lots of ideas about how we can serve our causes, and create a sustainable work life, but if we can't figure out how to work with our relationship to time, we can't actualize all of our great ideas.
I'd love to hear your time management tips for nonprofits and nonprofit consultants. How do we get more of what we want to do done, and less of what we don't?
Please share your time management tips by July 26th!
For bloggers: You can enter your submission in one of two ways.
- Fill out the carnival form here
- Email a link to your post to nonprofitcarnival (at) gmail.com
UPDATE: You can see the roundup of submissions in the post, Oodles of Time Managment Tips: July Nonprofit Blog Carnival Round-Up.
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