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Breaking Old Habits And Building New Mindsets To Make Social Impact

Wisdom for Nonprofits Podcast

Breaking Old Habits And Building New Mindsets To Make Social Impact

Sometimes being an executive director is not easy, you might face a lot of difficulties, learning how to reprioritize and stay focused and help not only your non-profit but also your self-development.

Clark Hodge is the executive director of Chase the music. Chase, the music is a United States-based non-profit that gives children battling critical conditions, hope, strength, love, and joy through the power of music. They bring together the composers, the children, the performers, the venue, the audience and to make a unique event for each child they support.
One of the biggest issues he was facing was getting focused. After participating in the Happiness Journey Program, a lot of things changed. Now, he’s much more productive and will share with you some tips on how to get there too.

During today’s conversation, here’s what we’ll cover:
● How to break old habits
● Building new mindset
● Tips on how to bring self-awareness
● Project Management tools
● Tools to increase the non-profit productivity

 

Betina Meyer Pflug is an entrepreneur, a business and life coach, a marketing and CRM specialist with a passion for supporting nonprofit professionals. She has a degree in hotel management, received her MBA from Rotman School in Canada, and has completed three different coaching certifications, including a specialization in facilitating nonprofits, life coaching, and biopsychology to promote positive mental attitudes for mental and physical wellbeing. If you want to know more about her work, visit the website 

Nonprofits – Wity and schedule a quick call if you are interested in having a mentor. How to contact Betina Pflug? Send us an email at [email protected]

 

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