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Marco Campana

Awesome and helpful as always, but I can't help but ROTFLMAO at the level of information overload contained just within this article! Nicely done, let the reading begin! :-)

Pam McAllister

+1 to Marco's comment! Still love the post and the idea.

I've been keeping a "not to do" list myself ... things I've chosen to stop doing, at least for now. Has been a good way to simplify.

One piece of that is a news diet, which mostly is to reduce the inflow of "doom and gloom" that seems to be everywhere. Sometimes it's not so much the quantity of information but the quality.

Fortunately, there are some things worth reading, like this blog. Thanks, Beth.

Joe Mueller

Great post! I'm a big fan of David Allen's "Getting Things Done" method. It's extremely helpful with managing time, filtering and simplifying. Social media is only going to grow in importance in the nonprofit world, so marketers and communicators need to start making some decisions on future priorities. Thanks for sharing these resources. They're most helpful.

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