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LIVE MON 5 PM ET/4 CT/3 MT/2 PT Everywhere you go, everywhere you turn, everyone you talk to, money appears. Either in conversation, in thoughts, in dreams, in stress, in arguments and in planning. Money is the one commodity that everyone can universally agree that they all need. Most people navigate through their lives not really understanding how money works or how to keep more of it. https://www.bookkeepplus.ca/
 
Until There Was Me™, The Podcast. Imagine if your career aspirations and relationship goals could feel magically improved by optimizing one critical element in your life: The relationship you have with yourself. Andrea Javor believes that the key to finding your next-level life fulfillment is through a deliberate focus on YOU, the most challenging, rewarding, and significant relationship you have in this world. Go deep with the one and only bad-ass you to unlock the elusive career, relations ...
 
Creating a more just and equitable world starts with you having the moxy to make some noise. Get loud for what matters with Michelle and Julia. Your new best friends and mentors in creating an intentional balance between business, people, and purpose. Among Lionhearts is leading the way in socially conscious content marketing for charity organizations and do-gooders helping to maximize their marketing resources so they can forge deep connections with their dream supporters and get back to do ...
 
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“You can be somebody who moves the needle in a way that's rewarding for you.” -Sybil Ackerman Munson Being wealthy comes with the privilege of giving back to the community. But what if we don’t have that foundation yet? After their divorce, Sybil Ackerman Munson had to learn how to get back on her feet and manage her finances. How did she turn a se…
 
“Today is a good day to have a good day! Be intentional about having a good day, it makes a world of difference.” -Kimberly Cook The divorce process is an exhausting, distressing, and painful journey. Emotions can get overwhelming and then there comes the logistics part of the process. It’s no surprise then, that families start losing themselves in…
 
Financially Speaking with Kathy Cook Noble Do the holidays stress you out? The most wonderful time of the year is often also the most stressful. The pressure to have a perfect holiday; buy the perfect gift; prepare the perfect meal; have the perfectly decorated home is daunting. This week Kathy chats with founder of the Feel Good Institute, Christi…
 
Coalitions can be really rewarding to work with because when multiple organizations come together to solve an issue that is larger than it could solve on its own, it can really make a difference in moving the needle forward. But as a funder, you can’t just give money to them without formulating any proper structure because it can lead to a whole my…
 
In this week’s episode, I discuss the differences and similarities between a general support grant and a project grant. And I think this is an important topic to talk about because a lot of people in the philanthropy world seem to struggle with this and get the two mixed up which can lead to frustration and miscommunication between you and the nonp…
 
“Optimism plays a big role in being financially resilient. Every step forward where you make a good choice is more emboldening and empowering and helps you gain confidence.” -Barbara Best Financial conflicts belong to the top five reasons for divorce. Sadly this conflict stays even until post-divorce. It’s not that women are incapable of handling m…
 
A strategic plan serves as a roadmap to enable an organization to set priorities and measure progress. It informs the direction of the organization, generates heightened engagement and ownership of the mission. Gary Romano, author and creator of Finding Your North Star Tm, joins Greg to discuss a bold, effective, and evidence-based approach to stra…
 
Financially Speaking with Kathy Cook Noble What is a credit score? Why is it important? What’s the significance of a credit rating? Have you ever asked yourself any of these questions? Or tried explaining credit scores to a young person? This week on Financially Speaking, Kathy and Ashlee break down how a credit score works and discuss the importan…
 
How can you, as a donor, meaningfully support and care for the staff who are out there doing good work? In this podcast, I explore specifically how much nonprofit professionals are getting paid and how you as a donor can take the steps to support fair wages, and what not to do. I’m going to talk about the two important approaches you need to take i…
 
“We need to shift the paradigm, transformation is happening, and it's happening, whether you're going along or not.” - Angela Rapid change of work routine and adapting to a different workplace environment can be stressful but it is still possible to build a healthy and happier workplace. In this episode, Andrea and Angela Howard share how an organi…
 
Grant-making can get really complicated when you’re working with multiple people because everyone has their own interests and passions, and sometimes you all can’t immediately agree on where to give your money to. Collaborative giving such as this is can be so much more different from your personal giving journey. So in this episode, I’m going to d…
 
“Every detour leads to something better.” -Debra Lee May Is this all that a woman amounts to? A woman, from a stereotypic point of view, is supposed to stay at home and take care of the family. But along this process, her self-identity is gradually lost. She begins to forget that she was once this passionate and confident woman who had dreams and g…
 
It starts with a story... As nonprofit leaders, you have many stories to tell. Program accomplishments, a wonderful event, a new offering, a particular challenge you are wrestling with. However, sometimes it can be difficult to get these stories noticed. Jessica Leving Siegel shares tips and strategies for positioning your stories with those likely…
 
Financially Speaking with Kathy Cook Noble Kathy talks philanthropy with Sybil Ackerman-Munson of Ackerman-Munson Strategies and Do Your Own Good podcast. Sybil has over 20 years of experience as a non-profit professional and foundation advisor. Regardless of how busy you are or how much money you have to give, Sybil can show you how to give with p…
 
If you’re a donor, you might be asking yourself: “When should I start getting involved with the nonprofits I talk to? How involved should I be?” Given the pre-established power imbalance between donors and nonprofits, you don’t want to insert yourself too heavily. There is a for you to contribute to the team’s success in moving that needle forward …
 
"Get into your life like a musician gets into the music, and do it on cue." -Diane Allen “I feel empty.” “I feel exhausted.” “I lack motivation.” --These sentiments illustrate how it feels to deviate from flow. Unfortunately, these feelings are common because of the way we were conditioned. Discover what makes you tick and increase the time you spe…
 
Financially Speaking with Kathy Cook Noble In this episode, Ashlee addresses parents, talking about the importance of Financial Literacy for the whole family. Ashlee discusses how your financial success and planning affect your children’s understanding of money. And how that impacts their financial future. She touches on how parents can help their …
 
Marketing doesn’t always mean engagement metrics or how many followers you have on social media. For my guest, it means telling a story. A story that will allow others to connect with you and trust that your cause is worthy and needed. Joining me for this episode is Amanda Bocik of Evergreen Results. With nearly a decade of experience in the market…
 
The departure of a key leader can be a difficult time for any nonprofit organization. One approach to ensure organizational stability and momentum is to hire an interim executive for a defined period of time. Jarrett Ransom joins Greg to discuss the ins and outs of hiring an interim leader.
 
“We are walking adults with big gaping open wounds… It's time to address it.” -Amber Powers Sometimes, healing is more painful than the wound itself. There are things we have to sacrifice, and people we have to let go of. But until we truly heal, our pain will keep sabotaging our relationships and everything we hold dear. Most of these wounds often…
 
When it comes to the fight against climate change, it’s about time we start waking up those who have the power and influence to enact systematic change. Joining me for this week is Tim Miller, and I am so excited for you all to listen to this conversation because of his multifaceted work as someone who helps run a foundation that supports climate c…
 
“You are whole already. It's a process of uncovering that which is clouding your light. You're not broken. There's nothing wrong with you. It's just about uncovering the beautiful light that you already are.” -Carrie Jeroslow Sometimes, we forget that we are already whole. When we enter into a relationship with the expectation that the other person…
 
This week I have the pleasure of interviewing Dana Dornsife, CEO of the Lazarex Cancer Foundation. After certain events in her life caused her to shift her worldview, she went on a divinely inspired mission to give back to others by providing families suffering from cancer the support and resources they need. She offers us her insight on how fundra…
 
When you’re a nonprofit professional, it’s not just about doing the job; everyone on your team is working hard to make an impact. In this environment where budgets are tight and needs seem endless, great software can be the make or break in successfully serving your community. This is precisely why Arreva set out to create and perfect an all-in-one…
 
Join Vicki as she is joined by a very special guest from Australia, Rachael Powell. Rachael tells Vicki about how Xero, a cloud based accounting soft-ware for small and medium businesses, is improving lives around the world by providing small businesses an accessible accounting software. The post Episode 109: Helping Small Business Thrive with a Re…
 
Sybil Ackerman-Munson is the President at Do Your Good LLC. They offer online courses, podcasts, and resources to help donors make a difference with their donations. With over two decades of experience, she knows how to establish best funding practices and help donors make a tangible difference in the world. Sybil has helped give away over $45 mill…
 
“You don't have to be perfect. We're all striving to be our highest self, our best version. So just try and keep on going and take one step every day.” -Melissa Jones Have you ever stood in front of the mirror and asked yourself, “Who are you?” We all have a period in our lives where we feel too disconnected from ourselves. If you’re feeling lost, …
 
Financially Speaking with Kathy Cook Noble The holiday season is fast approaching. Christmas is less than 3months away! Are you feeling the pinch this year? Have you vowed to cut back on your holiday spending, but you know from past years that won’t happen? Kathy takes you through some practical financial tips and planning ideas to make your upcomi…
 
Jim Kelly, Founder of Rejuvenation Hardware, is joining us to discuss his personal giving strategy as well as his journey to giving also through his business. As a self-described anomaly foundation, they take a non-traditional approach to philanthropy where they keep things small and nimble so they can maintain a clear vision and goal, and effectiv…
 
In today’s episode, we interview Sybil Ackerman-Munsonan, an expert philanthropic advisor, grant administrator, and host of the DoYourGood Podcast. Sybil’s organization, Do Your Good, is bridging the gap between donors who want to make the most of their giving strategies and nonprofits who are seeking to connect with them. She’s working to create c…
 
“Nobody's perfect and no one should hold themselves or somebody else to that level. It's impossible. But don't shortchange yourself with the true happiness that you deserve.” -Blanca Cobb Sometimes, we wish we could understand what the other person really thinks or feels. If only we could hear someone’s thoughts, then relationships might be easier.…
 
Nonprofits are never going to be able to force an individual or business to donate. When there is too much focus on chasing that dollar, it can make the dynamic feel more like a transaction rather than an authentic relationship built upon the mutual desire to make a long-lasting positive impact. I have the pleasure of interviewing Patrick Kirby, Fo…
 
NextAfter has been serving the nonprofit sector as a Fundraising Lab, A Consultancy, and A Training Institute since 2012. In this podcast episode, we interview NextAfter's COO Tim Kachuriak and discuss steps charities can take to optimize their digital marketing presence. Tim and his team have spent years researching data and conducting “mystery do…
 
Join Vicki for a very special episode this week, as she sits down with the Authors of “Decarbonization Imperative” Rebecca Duff and Michael Lenox. Vicki talks with Rebecca and Michael about their goals and asperations for decarbonization and how their writing can promote change in the world we live in today! The post Episode 108: Using Writing as a…
 
“Notice what you notice because what you notice is what you create.” -Victoria Rader Did you know? Merely 7% of our mind is accountable for our conscious thoughts. The remaining 93% are feelings based on where we focus that 7%. So, if you have ever asked yourself, “What were you thinking?!", that's where it’s coming from. This week, we will hack in…
 
Healthy fundraising strategies begin by focusing on cultivating deep and lasting relationships with those who believe in and support your mission. As Giving Tuesday approaches, Nejeed Kassam -- Founder of Keela -- joins Greg to discuss 5 donor types to engage this Giving Tuesday in order to enhance your fundraising success. Greg and Nejeed also dis…
 
For this week, I’m happy to be joined by Cristina Jorda Kinney, Director of Institutional Philanthropy at Action for the Climate Emergency. Originally working at the Hewlett Foundation, she has made the recent transition to become a full-time worker in the nonprofit world. As someone who has experience in both worlds, she’ll share with us her uniqu…
 
“We don't get a vision in our hearts that we can't fulfill.” -Christy Primmer Showing up for yourself is non-negotiable. In this episode, Andrea and Self-care Junkie Christy Primmer share their own personal development strategies. Listen in as they talk about how money struggles are often connected to our “father wounds”, what repels our dream life…
 
Do you have trouble giving away all your money? Many donors don’t initially see this as a problem, but you don’t want to leave any money on the table that could have gone to good use. It’s more difficult to give away money than you might think, so I’m going to share three strategies that will attract the nonprofits and organizations that fit your g…
 
A capital campaign represents an organization-wide focused effort to generate resources for a specific project or undertaking. Hal Hedley, CEO of Ronald McDonald House Charities of Kentuckiana, joins Greg to discuss strategies for successful capital campaigns, from critically important planning efforts to managing the highs and lows of a campaign. …
 
Join us this week as Vicki talks with Andy Dix of AD Growth Advisers. Andy and Vicki discuss the challenges of coaching executives and how changing your mindset can make a major impact in the workplace. The post Episode 107: Coaching Executives and Changing the Workplace w/ Andy Dix appeared first on Taking Care in Business.…
 
“Time is a construct that we control. When you set the priority, the time will be there.” Burnout is a human condition. But somehow, this condition has evolved into a ginormous adversary that sucks the joy and motivation out of our lives. Listen in as Andrea interviews Burnout author and founder of Lift Wellness Consulting, Dr. Kate Steiner. The fi…
 
Financially Speaking with Kathy Cook Noble Transforming Entrepreneurs to the Next Level with Josephine Grace Kathy talks with writer, author, life and business coach, elementary educator, TESOL instructor and CEO, Josephine Grace about taking you and your business to the next level. Tune in to Financially Speaking Monday, 5 pm, EST on the Inspired …
 
Is that long list of charities that you support weighing you down? Lighten your load to be even more effective while still honoring the issues and organizations that you care about. You’d be surprised at how often I work with a new client that lists all the nonprofits they fund in alphabetical order. But I want to tell you now that this isn’t an ef…
 
“Be light and be gentle on yourself… one day, one step, and one box at a time.” -Leah Simon Self-care is as overwhelming as it is challenging. Most of us barely have time for ourselves because of constantly juggling between our job and taking care of our family. And it’s not only about getting enough sleep but our overall well-being that is at stak…
 
Financially Speaking with Kathy Cook Noble What are your financial goals? How often have you asked yourself this question? How often have you given yourself an answer? A financial goal is a destination. It is somewhere we want to end up. Our daily financial habits are the steps or directions we take to get to this destination. But how can we expect…
 
If you want your limited funding to reach its true potential and have maximum impact, fund an important organization you have never heard of – the backbone organization! Don’t forget about the invisible “backbone” organizations. I’ll take the time to talk about currently existing backbone organizations and ways you can find the right organization t…
 
Healthy nonprofits carefully nurture and cultivate resources from a variety of sources. One of the most important of these are transformational, or major gifts. Brian Wells, a highly successful development professional, joins Greg to discuss approaches to develop or enhance your nonprofit's ability to attract and secure major gifts.…
 
Join us this week as Vicki chats with Sandeep Aggarwal about starting Droom, India’s first online automobile marketplace, and ShopClues, India’s first-ever managed online marketplace. Sandeep talks about the rises and falls in his life and how that has helped him craft his business and change the workplace in India. The post Episode 106: Building B…
 
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