Even if you’re a good volunteer, you still stand a chance of being a little too normal.
When it comes to that certain something in volunteers, we’re looking for something a little more extraordinary, something a step above. Something not normal. In Not Normal: Seven Quirks of Incredible Volunteers, Sue Miller and Adam Duckworth talk about ways you can make the most of your volunteering:
- Why not normal volunteers are more like owners than renters
- Why not normal volunteers are more about “we” than “me”
- Why not normal volunteers are always looking for a way out
Are you tired of working so hard to be just like everyone else? Find your own volunteering voice, and be not normal in your own unique way.
Authors Sue Miller and Adam Duckworth are definitely not normal. Ask anyone who knows them (and a lot of people who don’t). But they’re still willing to give you some ideas about being the best possible volunteer in your church and your community.
Not Normal: Seven Quirks of Incredible Volunteers is the companion volume to Leading Not Normal Volunteers, written especially for leaders. See more resources like these at OrangeBooks.com and ThinkOrange.com.