As you decide whether or not you’ll meet your fundraising goals this year, or whether or not to make that major gift ask, or why to shift your communication to be more engaging, or focus on creating a culture of philanthropy remember change takes focus and work. But it doesn’t have to be so hard.
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If you begin your day with the statement “I’ve got way too much to do” and you state that over and over again is there any opportunity for your thoughts of overwhelm to dissipate?
If you start your day with the statement “We have the best donors, volunteers or staff,” it’s surprising what you notice all day long.
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I talk to A LOT of people in the social or nonprofit sector every week. Board members, Executive Directors, Development Directors, data entry staff. . . you name the position and I have probably spoken with them this week. Most bring me their concerns about reaching their fundraising goals. Some whine a bit about the […]
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