One of the best ways to get work done for your nonprofit is with extra hands. Think about it: You’re one person. You can only do so much. There’s a limit to the amount of work you can do during the day. And I’m really sure you have more to do than30
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There’s only so much you can do on your own. Every great athlete has a coach. Every great business owner I know has a coach or mentor. Success usually comes with help. The nonprofit sector is a strong and vibrant community full of people willing to help each other out. And now more than ever,30
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Each January 1, millions of people set New Years resolutions. Things they resolve to do differently. Or to accomplish. Or achieve. Yet by the end of January, millions of resolutions – the vast majority of the goals set – are abandoned. It doesn’t have to be that way. The 7 Habits of Highly Ineffective People
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Each January 1, millions of people set New Years resolutions. Things they resolve to do differently. Or to accomplish. Or achieve. Yet by the end of January, millions of resolutions – the vast majority of the goals set – are … Continue reading →
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Learning to say “no” isn’t easy. Most of us take on more than we can manage. I seem to have some subconscious desire to be Wonder Woman – I’m always biting off more than I can chew. I remember as a Development Director, I would take on a LOT of projects, and30
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Or how to answer the question “What do you do with your time?” In the last couple weeks, I’ve found myself sharing a tool with each of my private coaching clients. So I thought I’d share it with you too! As a fundraiser, I know that I’m raising money most effectively when I’m not at […]
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We’ve been inspired to launch a nonprofit leadership survey. Last month’s post on fundraising problems being leadership problems really hit a nerve. And it’s no wonder. Charities are getting hit hard from outside pressures but based on my experience with the coaching and training I’m doing, I think what we’re experiencing now is just the […]
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A couple weeks ago, I shared a story with nonprofit executive directors who get my Fundraising Kick coaching emails. It’s important enough that I want to share it with you too. In September, I was privileged to keynote for the Utah Nonprofits Association. My talk was for a mixed audience of nonprofit leaders but I […]
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Happy New (fiscal) Year! For many FundraisingCoach.com readers, today – July 1st – is the start of a brand new fiscal year. The amount raised starts at zero but the goals are set higher. As fundraisers, we rarely get thanked, and that’s fine. The nature of our work puts the emphasis on the donors and […]
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