7 time leaks that are zapping your productivity

  Your most precious resource is time.   If you had more time, you could get more done. Right? More time to get organized.   More time to plan.   More time to respond to email and voice mail.   More time to THINK and not rush through everything (can I get an amen?).  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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How to predict what you’ll raise this year

Wouldn’t you love a crystal ball that you could gaze into and see just what the future holds?   You’d know how to make the best choices. Which paths to take. What to say “no” to.   But, isn’t the unknown the fun of life?   My inner perfectionist says “NO!” She wants to know30

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The Introvert’s Guide to Fundraising

Good fundraising is based on relationships. We all know that.   And what does it take to build relationships?   It takes energy, effort, and often, face time. You know – that ‘meeting-in-the-flesh,’ ‘I-see-you,’ ‘I-can-read-your-body-language’ kind of time.   It looks easy for a lot of people.   But not so much for us introverts.30

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Learn to Make Fast Nonprofit Decisions

The “To Do” list never ends.   The Inbox is never empty.   There’s ALWAYS more to do than you can get done.   These are facts of life in our fast-paced world.   And even though there doesn’t seem to be a way to change it, what we CAN change is how we manage30

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7 Ideas to Maximize Your Nonprofit Conference Experience

Going to conferences is fun.   You get away from the chaos of the office for a while. You get to meet cool new people. You hear fresh ideas and new ways of doing things. Maybe you even get some free goodies in the exhibit hall.   Then the conference ends and you head home.30

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7 Ideas to Maximize Your Nonprofit Conference Experience

Going to conferences is fun.   You get away from the chaos of the office for a while. You get to meet cool new people. You hear fresh ideas and new ways of doing things. Maybe you even get some free goodies in the exhibit hall.   Then the conference ends and you head home.30

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The Myth of the Shoestring Budget

There’s a common misconception among nonprofits and it goes something like this: “Every last penny we can get our hands on should go directly to programs. And we’ll pinch that penny until it screams.” I agree that programs should be funded. In fact, they should be so well funded that you have all the supplies30

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The Myth of the Shoestring Budget

There’s a common misconception among nonprofits and it goes something like this: “Every last penny we can get our hands on should go directly to programs. And we’ll pinch that penny until it screams.” I agree that programs should be funded. In fact, they should be so well funded that you have all the supplies30

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