No More Resolutions … Make a List of New Year’s “Realizations”
The Savvy Intern
Before you jump in and start making your list for 2013, take the time to make a list of realizations—those foundational reality points that will help you plan for a successful new year.
3 Ways Associations Can Live Dangerously in 2013
KiKi L’Italien’s Acronym Soup
What if 2013 was the year of living dangerously for associations? What kind of changes would we see?
Pricing for Engagement: Recap of the Three-Part Series in MPI’s One+
This blog post summarizes McIlwraith’s three-part series about pricing for member benefits and meetings that appeared in One+ Magazine. She recommends associations use pricing as a gateway for engagement, rather than as a barrier. Key points from each of the articles are summarized.
How Will You Teach Yourself to Fly in 2013?
Mission to Learn
The Wright Brothers didn’t have college degrees or wealth, but their desire to learn and experiment helped them build the first successful flying machine. How can you learn and experiment to help your association “fly” this year?
SMB Toolkit: Six Business Tech Resolutions for 2013
New Year’s resolutions are often for personal goals: lose weight, exercise more, eat better. But what about resolutions for your business technology? Make 2013 the year you make changes or look into new technology trends to help you work smarter and more efficiently. Here’s a checklist of tech resolutions you can make for 2013.
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