I hope you have the opportunity to take a few days off over this holiday season to spend time with friends and family, with your mind cleared of work ideas and to-dos. That kind of downtime is vital, at least for me, for recharging my energy, creativity and perspective. Grab it if you can!
Regardless of how 2009 played out for you, and your nonprofit communications work, the coming new year brings with it new opportunities, challenges and adventures.
We’ll talk about those coming opportunities and adventures another time.
Right now, I want to wish you and your family all the best for a wonderful 2010.
But, most of all, I want to thank you for reading, for sharing your experiences and suggestions, and for asking your questions on nonprofit communications. Your engagement is what makes the Getting Attention community so vibrant and useful, and I appreciate it!
Next year promises to be an exciting time for the Getting Attention community, as we prepare to launch a host of exciting initiatives. I can’t wait to tell you about them all.
See you in 2010!