Fundraising for Introverts: How Introverts Can Stretch to Raise More Money

I was so honored to speak at Planet Philanthropy recently about Fundraising for Introverts. I’m an introvert. No, really, I am. There are a fair number of us working in development who aren’t all that outgoing, and the nuggets I shared seemed to really strike a chord, so I thought I’d share some of my30

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Don’t Let Your Money Experience Derail Your Fundraising

Fundraisers work in The Great Money Contradiction. Most of us grow up hearing that it’s not polite to talk about money. Yet that’s our job. No wonder so many people find a way around face-to-face asks! You know what I’m talking about – you’re nervous about meeting a donor in person to ask for money,30

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Your Personal Fundraising Success Plan

One thing I’ve noticed over the years is that there are two sides of fundraising.  There’s the outside part where all the “how to” stuff lives. Do this, don’t do that, love your donors, etc.   Then there’s the inside part where it’s all about how you think and what you feel. Really, it’s mindset.30

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Your Personal Fundraising Success Plan

One thing I’ve noticed over the years is that there are two sides of fundraising. There’s the outside part where all the “how to” stuff lives. Do this, don’t do that, love your donors, etc. Then there’s the inside part where it’s all about how you think and what you feel. Really, it’s mindset. And30

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