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Results of 2014 Survey

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Remember when I asked executive directors if 2014 was an awesome or challenging year for them? Well, over 200 responded. Here are the results of this survey.

  • 46% agreed that 2014 was an exceptionally challenging year and “I look forward to seeing it in the rear view mirror of my life.”
  • 53% agreed that 2014 was an awesome year filled with enriching experiences and “I will look back on this time with a smile on my face.”

 

2014 Survey

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Would you please help me by filling out a short survey? I want to know 1) how you feel about saying good-by to 2014, 2) what area of your life was under spiritual attack the most and 3) what you learned this year?

TAKE SURVEY – CLICK HERE

Beth Chase

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A Short Never Give Up Story

I love “never give up” stories. Here is one that a friend sent me today about Sylvester Stallone and I decided that I just had to pass it on to you. Enjoy…

– Begin –

Sylvester Stallone grew up in and out of foster homes.

As a young adult he had to sell his dog for $25.00 to help turn on his electricity.

Two weeks after selling his dog Stallone wrote the Rocky script in nearly 20 hours straight.

He peddled the script relentlessly.

Finally, after being rejected over 1500 times, Stallone was given a nod by United Artists for $125,000.

BUT – only if Stallone would NOT star in it. Stallone refused.

He was subsequently offered $250,000 and $325,000!  But he would not accept unless he starred in it.

Finally they compromised.

stalloneThey would allow him to play the role of Rocky, but would only pay him $35,000 and a percentage of profits as a concession. He accepted.

Incidentally, Stallone’s first purchase with his $35,000 windfall was buying his dog back for a whopping $15,000!

Rocky cost $1,000,000 to make. It grossed over $200,000,000!! His sequels grossed over a billion dollars!!

Never Quit!

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Accreditation Webinar

Is National AAAHC Accreditation Right For Your PMC?
Free Info Webinar
Thurs., 12/18
1pm PT / 4pm ET
Register Here

Sometimes, the best place to go to hear about a product or service is to those who have used it. Here are comments from three leaders of pregnancy medical clinics that have become accredited with the Accreditation Association For Ambulatory Health Care.

Renee Wooten, President/CEO
Options 360

Battleground, WA

“I recently attended a webinar on AAAHC Accreditation encouraging self-accrediting.  Having been through the multitude of hurdles to become accredited with AAAHC, I can’t stress the complexity of it enough.  I hired an AAAHC accreditation professional to facilitate the process.  It was still a daunting amount of work, even with the specialist providing all the required policies, log books, training, credentialing, and guidance.  As a PMC leader, I highly recommend every PMC to thoroughly research the do-it-yourself model verses hiring a AAAHC accreditation professional who specializes in PMC’s.”

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Robin Fuller, Executive Director
Pregnancy Care Center of Grants Pass
Grants Pass, Oregon

“The Pregnancy Care Center of Grants Pass made the decision to become accredited because we believe it is our God-given responsibility to operate with excellence. If we claim we really care about people, then we need to be above-reproach in how we serve them. Operating as a medical clinic, we need to really BE a medical clinic ­ not simply claim to be one yet not abide by the basic expected standards of care within the medical industry.

Becoming accredited will help ensure we will operate well into the future, offering those we serve hope and healing, with excellence and love.”

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Tammy DeArmas, CEO
Alternatives Women’s Center
Escondido, CA

“As a crisis pregnancy medical center, we want to provide the very best care to the women that come through our doors.  As a 501c3 we believe we owe it to our gracious donors and community that we are providing the care we say.  Becoming accredited with AAAHC provides us with both. Becoming accredited will give us  measurable controls in which to set our high standards and work from.  While it has been challenging it has been rewarding.  We are a faith based organization and fully believe that “iron sharpens iron.’  Becoming accredited provides us with this benchmark.

Hiring a consultant is the ONLY way could do this.  We know we are the best at what we do, and we needed to find someone who is the best at
walking a facility like ours through the process. Lorraine Mazurek , of YOUR SOLUTIONS NOW  is now a ancillary memberof our team, and a trusted confidant who shares our vision. We know it is our call to be excellent with the resources that have been provided and becoming
accredited will enable us to do just this and save lives.”

Samaritan Ministries

Chase Advancement is collaborating with Samaritan Ministries, a faith-based group that offers Christians a Biblical non-insurance approach to health care where families and ministries/organizations help one another with medical needs.

Samaritan MinistriesFor the past 20 years, Samaritan Ministries has provided a Biblical alternative for health care.

Over 39,000 households currently pray for one another, send cards and notes of encouragement, and share over 11 million dollars per month.

Members of Samaritan Ministries do not pay for abortions and other unbiblical practices and are exempt from the individual mandate in the Affordable Care Act.

Join us for a 30 minute  FREE webinar with Samaritan Ministries, James Houck, next Tuesday at 10am PT / 11am MT / 12pm CT / 1pm ET.

Learn about how this Biblical alternative could help your organization.

Register Here for the webinar.

“I Want To Quit”

Last week, I talked to a number of executive directors who told me that they were seriously thinking about quitting.

When I asked them why, here is what they said.

“My board doesn’t know what they are doing.”

“My board expects too much of me. I just can’t give any more.”

“Managing staff is exhausting me.”

“I don’t trust my board and I don’t see anything changing.”

“The board takes me for granted. They don’t really know what I do. They never thank me for what I do.”

“I feel like I am drowning.”

“A board member went behind my back and talked with one of my staff.”

“I’ve been having problems with several staff.  Now the board is going to meet with them and they do not want me there.”

“It’s not fun anymore. I’ve lost my joy.”

Do you notice a common theme?

If this is you…ever…call me.