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When I started fundraising for my nonprofit, I spoke with fundraisers and development directors and they would all say the same thing to me: No one is going to just give you money. You have to go out and ask. That advice is true for any part of our career.
What comes to mind when you think of self-care? Maybe you think of taking a bubble bath or getting a massage or taking a much-needed vacation. And although these things fall into the self-care category, narrowing self-care to these types of actions can be problematic. Why? Because they’re what we
I have a confession to make. The past few weeks, our whole team has been rallying around the idea of productivity. In our iCadenza Community, we’ve shared tips on overcoming procrastination, staying inspired when you feel burnt out, and how to get your most important tasks done. But here’s the
Tell me if this sounds familiar. The new year is here and everywhere you turn you are bombarded with messages of reflection and gratitude. Your social media feed becomes a highlights reel of everyone else’s accomplishments, accolades, and achievements. And every sparkling photo and #blessed you see hits you hard
Are you looking for ways to give back to your community? Many musicians understand the importance of volunteering but as busy professionals, it can be challenging to find the time to give back. So how can you find an opportunity that supports a cause you care about, fits into your
Three months ago, I had a rude awakening which led to a deep appreciation for the power of community. My grandfather, who is like a father to me and walked me down the aisle at my wedding, slipped and fell, hit his head, developed a brain bleed, and wound up