As a small to medium-sized business, it’s difficult to stand out in a sea of similar businesses.
Luckily, there is now a way that you can differentiate yourself from the competition while standing up for a cause you believe in at the same time. In Do Good to Do Better: The Small Business Guide to Growing Your Business by Helping Nonprofits, you will learn:
• The benefits of incorporating giving into your business
• How to select the perfect nonprofit partner
• The different types of campaigns you can implement
• How to evaluate the success of your collaboration.
If you are ready to improve your business while making a real difference in the community, learn to embrace the power of Cause Marketing with Do Good to Do Better: The Small Business Guide to Growing Your Business by Helping Nonprofits. Working with a nonprofit may be the best business (and karma) decision you ever make.
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Sheryl Green is a storytelling expert, author, speaker, and writing coach. She has brought her penchant for storytelling to fiction, non-fiction, and content writing for businesses.
After years of living in “comfort zone quicksand” and a devastating divorce, Sheryl found herself in a deep depression. She hit rock bottom months later, having to be lifted up off the bathroom floor, and embarked on a journey of self-discovery. Almost drowning in a sea of self-help books and seminars, Sheryl found peace in the service of others. Volunteerism, writing and a variety of other tools allowed her to overcome her depression and find her true calling.
She now helps businesses craft and share their stories to improve their visibility, favorability, and profitability.
Sheryl is a passionate animal advocate and serves as the Director of Communications and Cuddling for Hearts Alive Village, an animal rescue in Las Vegas. She is also the co-founder of the Cause Marketing Chamber of Commerce, teaching businesses how to support a cause and work with a non-profit while improving their bottom line.
With more than 15 years in Customer Service, 6 years in Mental Health and Education, and 5 years in the nonprofit world, Sheryl brings a unique blend of experience and insight to her clients.
Sheryl earned her Bachelor’s in Psychology and Anthropology from Adelphi University in Garden City, New York, and her Master’s Degree in Forensic Psychology from John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York City. After too many years of brushing snow off her car, Sheryl now lives in Las Vegas, Nevada with her beagle/lab mix Akasha. In her spare time she likes to read, travel, hike with Akasha and do yoga (also sometimes involving Akasha).
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