nancy s. scherlong lcsw, p.c.

po box 912
carmel, new york 10512

NYS Entity Status
ACTIVE

NYS Filing Date
APRIL 14, 2014

NYS DOS ID#
4561556

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WESTCHESTER

Jurisdiction
NEW YORK

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NONE

NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC PROFESSIONAL CORPORATION

Name History
2014 - NANCY S. SCHERLONG LCSW, P.C.









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    Follow up. It’s vital but so tough to do right. Either we don’t know what to say, fear “bugging” the very folks we want something from, or both. So we don’t follow up enough or well, which undermines engagement and results—no matter how compelling our campaigns may be! Follow up shows we care It also signals […]

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    By nancy@nancyschwartz.com (Nancy Schwartz) - Thursday Jun 1, 2017

    You face an uphill battle to recruit volunteers and retain them at ever higher and more effective levels of engagement. For those of you with small or all-volunteer organizations, there’s absolutely nothing more important. And, as time and budgets get tighter, and reliance on volunteers increases, it’s harder than ever. There’s a proven yet seldom-used method […]

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    Do you bring yourself—with your passions, personal history, and personality—to work, or do you check “the real you” at the front door? Here’s hoping you bring “all of you” to work. It’s the only way to feel fully at ease in your job, to nurture the relationships you need for success and satisfaction (for you and […]

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    There’s a proven way for your organization to start and strengthen vital relationships with the people whose support, loyalty, and actions you want—donors, volunteers, and even staff (too often overlooked here). This approach is easy to learn and execute. And it’s something you do on a personal level all the time: Getting to know and […]

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    By nancy@nancyschwartz.com (Nancy Schwartz) - Thursday Apr 6, 2017

    The hands-down, most hated and most frequently-avoided marketing task is budgeting. Believe me, I hear it constantly. Now’s the time to get past this bias and digest the coming series on on budgeting how-tos. You’ll learn the value a budget brings to your work as it translates the actions outlined in your marketing plan into expense. […]

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    Remember when you were a teen and your mom told you to clean up your room, call your grandmother, and set the table all within the same five minutes. Remember how frustrating that was. How even if you wanted to do what your mom wished—not every teen’s desire, for sure—you couldn’t do three things at […]

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  • 1 Week into 2017: Where are You Headed?
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    This practical, doable marketing plan template takes you from goals to benchmarks, work plan, action, and impact!  Eeesh! Those New Year’s resolutions—including the ones we set for marketing and fundraising work—are so hard to keep. That’s because most resolutions are action items, rather than goals (the real “what we want to get to”). When things […]

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    Whether you’re all in on year-end fundraising or working in some 2017 prep, I bet you have some pretty ambitious goals to meet. You wouldn’t be reading this otherwise. Here’s a proven but frequently overlooked method to help you get there: consistent communications. Consistency enables your people and prospects to recognize your organization’s communications in a […]

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