You’re wrapping up 2019, and your eye is zooming ahead to 2020. Perhaps you already have some big goals in mind.
For just a moment, I want you to imagine your life exactly one year from today.
But the difference?
Next year at this time, you’re deciding all the ways you’ll invest your surplus revenue.
Here are 20 ideas to get you started.
The point is, having a vision for your success and translating outcomes into what they’ll mean tangibly for your organization can be huge motivators.
This list includes many of the key drivers that inspire my best clients to expand their organization’s competencies and revenue results.
What inspires you? Where will you put a stake in the ground, make a commitment to your organization, and turn things around or expand your results?
What is it costing you—in effectiveness, impact, success, productivity, stress—to stay stuck without fulfilling your goals?
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Having a vision becomes a driver for change. How many of these ideas are on your list?
Gail Bower is the founder and president of Bower & Co. Consulting LLC, a revenue strategy firm that helps nonprofits and associations become self-sufficient by developing reliable sources of earned and non-dues revenue. Gail has been working with organizations of all sizes and scope for over 25 years. Her clients have doubled, tripled, and quadrupled earned revenue sources in under a year. And that’s just the first year. To learn more, visit GailBower.com.
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