coaching your success, inc.

211 wilson avenue
westbury, new york 11590

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ACTIVE

NYS Filing Date
JULY 25, 2014

NYS DOS ID#
4612676

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NASSAU

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NEW YORK

Registered Agent
JEANNE MARCHIANO
211 WILSON AVENUE
WESTBURY, NEW YORK, 11590

NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION

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2014 - COACHING YOUR SUCCESS, INC.









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  • 5 Factors that make a communications team great
    Monday Dec 19, 2016

    Nonprofits often begin with the assumption that they (the nonprofit staff) need something that we (the consultants) possess. That special something might be expert help with a particular project, clarity around best practices, or building their skills. But real success in nonprofit marketing and communications comes from more than just great deliverables, advice, or coaching. How your staff does the work is often as important as what that work is.

    But what are the essential factors that successful communications teams need within their own organizations to help them do their best work? Kivi Leroux Miller, intrepid CEO of the ever-fabulous Nonprofit Marketing Guide, and I decided to find out. Together, we uncovered five factors that successful nonprofit communications teams have in-house that help them do their best work.

    Our free ebook details the five factors, how we uncovered them, and outlines actions you can take within your nonprofit to become even more successful in 2017 no matter your size, location, or mission. Consider it our New Year gift to your nonprofit! We hope it’s useful.

    Click here to download the ebook.

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    Don’t take shortcuts. If you get good support to do major gifts work right, you can experience amazing success… it just doesn’t happen overnight.

    The post You’re NOT Going to be Successful Overnight appeared first on Veritus Group.

    Source: Passionate Giving Blog
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    By Belle B. Cooper—RescueTime - Wednesday Jun 21, 2017

    First thing first: kick your snooze-button dependency.

    Some of the most successful people in history have relied on morning routines to help them start their day consistently. From Anna Wintour, editor-in-chief of Vogue, who famously starts her day with an hour of tennis, to author Cal Newport, who heads outside for a walk first thing, morning routines help artists, entrepreneurs, politicians, and CEOs control how they start their days.

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    As a nonprofit leader, when was the last time you recommended another nonprofit? Plenty of room on the island A while back, Seth Godin wrote about there being plenty of room on the island. He observed that authors regularly recommend other authors even though an MBA program would call them "competitors." It's a great reminder

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