For many years, long before I worked in a tech company, or before I knew about marketing attribution or what “MarTech” meant, my career was in the nonprofit realm. I held many different positions from the age of 18 to 32, in roles that took me from the suburbs to employee contact list downtown. I have lived in Spain and the UK. Kenya, Chile and Mexico were cool places I got to visit, all serving the greater good. On several occasions throughout my tenure, I have felt a deep sense of satisfaction about my contributions. Other times I was emotionally removed from the lives I was meant to employee contact list impact.
These ups and downs are all part of the job and vary depending on the type of work you do. When it comes to nonprofit work, the employee contact list are ultimately two big “death and taxes” truisms: Nonprofit isn't about the money. Also, nonprofit is all about the money. Hell, if you're in this line of work (I still can't bring myself to call it an "industry"), then you're probably thinking about money every day. Everyday life and the question of time well spent You got into this job because you wanted to employee contact list help people, and that's really cool of you.
But if you're anything like me, you've worked your way through your days with the Grim Reaper of cash flow following you at all times. Here's how it usually goes: God, I really need to raise some money or we'll be in trouble I'm going to employee contact list set aside a whole day in two weeks to employee contact list focus on this! I'm going to write a big, long email and make it look good! [The blocked day for fundraising arrives] Alright! I am ready to do this. I have my cafe and my email campaign editor in place.