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How much do you want it?

kerrygrace-2014 A life that matters to you, Abundance thinking, Inspiring your community, Leadership, Our Blog, Thinking business

I’ve been feeling a bit overwhelmed lately.  There’s a lot going on, and like most humans I have a list.   Lately it feels like the list just keeps getting longer and I’ve got to admit my motivation (and therefore productivity) has certainly been dropping as the list lengthens. At first I thought it was just a glut of stuff …

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How about a free month?

kerrygrace-2014 Blog, Inspiring your community, Leadership, Stories from your pond

So, you are passionate about creating change in your community. But you keep getting stuck in red tape. The red tape might look like funding proposals that aren’t getting up, compliance documents that need filling in, an audience that refuses to be engaged, or perhaps your own energy levels are just running on empty. When I was managing a not for …

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I rest on the weekend, unless I’m selling coffee

kerrygrace-2014 A life that matters to you, Abundance thinking, Blog, Inspiring your community, Our Blog, Regional communities

Originally published on www.kerrygrace.com.au Nancy Sposato is a regional Australian, a performer, creative industries business owner and mum of two. Join us for a conversation about juggling being a mum in business whilst maintaining your own wellbeing, adapting diverse skills to earn an income in a smaller pond, and gaining and maintaining connection with clients and community. Nancy is a performer in dance …

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Is the community sector a toxic environment?

kerrygrace-2014 Blog, Inspiring your community, Leadership

If you work in the community (read not for profit) sector, particularly in a community development, coordination or management role I’d say you wouldn’t be surprised to hear the sector described as somewhat ‘tricky’ sometimes (not all the time) even tipping into dysfunctional. I wonder sometimes if the rise in recent years of ‘corporate refugees’ (i.e. people escaping their corporate jobs …