About this episode:
Non-profits operate just like businesses, except with much smaller operating budgets and they need operations support. If you run (or support) a non-profit business, it’s even more vital to Clockwork the business to efficiently utilize the limited resources to maximize impact.
This week on the Run Like Clockwork Podcast, Clockwork superstar, Steve Lucin, shares about his experience Clockworking his non-profit. Steve Lucin is a creative entrepreneur at SteveLucin.com and stakeholder of several businesses, including the non-profit, Support Creativity. Plus, stay tuned until the end for a special update from Steve on huge changes that have happened in his business + life since this interview aired in 2020!
In this episode, you’ll discover:
How to be creative with resources when running a non-profit organization
Balancing + prioritizing multiple businesses along with a non-profit
March 2020: the beginning and ending of so much in business + life
How to leverage a love/hate relationship with time-tracking
Steve shares so much valuable experience and perspective on what it’s like to Clockwork a non-profit as well as support non-profits through other business services. What a great example of generosity!
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