We recently promoted one of our Campaign Directors into a new position here at CampaignHQ … and as a result, we’re looking for a new Campaign Director!
The 2020 election cycle has already started for CampaignHQ. We’re pitching big name US Senate and Governor’s races, and a few Congressional races too. We’re up on the phones 6 days a week, including patch through calls, fundraising, texting and telephone townhalls.
Being a CHQ Campaign Director is a unique challenge. One day you might be writing scripts for patch through calls, the next day you’re working on financial projections, and the next you’re explaining to a campaign manager how to launch a text message fundraising program. You’ll have consultants and clients from all over the country depending on you to deliver on the CHQ promise.
We’re looking for someone who is a great communicator, has strong Excel skills, and wants to be on a winning team. You need to be both detail / process oriented, and also enjoy building strong relationships with our clients. Oh – and you need to enjoy learning new things. Some people think phones are a “stuffy old business.” We’re pioneering new and better ways to communicate, and that requires a willingness to learn, change, and improve.
Like the old saying goes, “If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.”
Take a look at the following job description. If you think it’s calling out your name … and you’re the next great CHQ Campaign Director … send me an email or give me a call. Or if you know someone who would love this job – feel free to forward.
Contact me if you have any questions. Or if you’d rather ask Marlys Popma, our Senior Campaign Director, her email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
It’s an exciting time to be a part of our team and we’d love to welcome you!
Well, after the giant dumpster fire that was my 2018 reading list, I’m setting the bar at 55 books this year. For a book to be “counted” that means reading the first page, the last page, and every page in between. No skimming, no summaries, no cheating.
While I’ve been known to finish the year with a quick re-read of Seth Godin (short) masterpiece “The Dip” … I ordinarily do not let the length of the book or the time it will take to finish influence my selections.
For your Fun Friday this week, I’m sharing some happy news from Brooklyn. Campaign Headquarters was recently named as a Reed Award Finalist for Best Use of SMS (Republican), Best Live Phone Call, and Best Use of a Telephone Townhall.
The real reward is helping elect great conservative candidates to office.
Thank you to all the clients who have chosen us for your important work,
You may have heard me talk about Bullet Journaling, especially if you’ve been following along over on my Medium page, where I’m documenting my current reading material.
I’m not sure why it took Ryder Carroll so long to write this book, but I’m glad he did.
Essentially, Ryder Carroll wants you to use colored pens, recopy things when you migrate from one notebook to the next, take time to decorate and set up your notebook so that your mind can truly soak in and process all of the information.
The Bullet Journal method encourages you to just put everything in one place and keep it there.
From my experience, over the years, taking the time to gather and put those ideas in a special place I can reference again and again is priceless.
Now, I take issue with his belief that you must use a fixed notebook, in which you do not add or remove pages. I carry detailed, permanent reference materials and logs in my notebook that would take hours to recopy (at no real value).
I’d encourage you to give it a try, or at the very least, give Ryder Carroll’s book a read.
Now that we’re getting settled into 2019, I thought I’d give you the perfect way to start your year off right – with 5 good books for you to try.
If you’re new here, you should know I’m a book lover and I am constantly looking for good recommendations and enjoy sharing a few thoughts of my own. In fact, I started a Medium page solely dedicated to book reviews. Be sure to follow it here https://medium.com/@nicoleschlinger
Anyway, here are my Top 5 reads from last year – you should pick these up today.
Conspiracy and Bad Blood were full of action and adventure. Conspiracy was the story behind Peter Thiel’s decade-long quest for revenge against Nick and Gawker. Bad Blood was the larger than life, almost unbelievable tale of the rise and fall of Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes.
Sales Differentiation delivers much more than its fishy title implies. It’s a real, how-to guide for giving your customers extraordinary value.
Principles by Ray Dalio is an instant classic. It delivers on its promise as an operating system for life and work. (And even suggests that we should not try separating the two.)
And last by not least … Hetty. You probably didn’t learn about Hetty Green in public school. She was caricatured and ridiculed in life and death. So much of what’s said about her is an exaggeration, and never … ever flattering. This is the true story of the first female tycoon in America. It’s not pretty. But I challenge you to come away from this book without respect and admiration for this American pioneer.
Now that the legislative session in Iowa is underway and several statehouses across the country, agendas are being set and bills filed. Very soon, these pieces of legislation will begin moving through the process.
Do you need to educate voters on your issue? Do you need to influence legislators on a bill? We can help. Patch Through calls are incredibly impactful and WILL make a difference in your efforts. Learn more here:
I know we closed the books on 2018 a few weeks ago now, but I thought I’d take a quick look back on the year in terms of books.
Coming in at 38, this is the fewest books I’ve read in a year since I began tracking in 2013.
Like Ryan Holiday says, “I promised myself a long time ago that if I saw a book that interested me, I’d never let time or money or anything else prevent me from having it … Enjoy these books, treat your education like the job that it is, and let me know if you ever need anything.”
I’m setting might sights on 2019 to for more exciting books to come (which I’ll preview in another post). But here is my complete book list for 2018, if you’re interested.