November 7, 2013
Need a Simple Fundraising Idea?

It’s was midweek at the Chautauqua Institution. Before the 10:45 morning lecture in the amphitheater, the BIG event of the day, in each seat thousands[…]

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October 25, 2013
Donors Are Waiting For You to Ask

Sometime in your relationship with your donor, the time will come to ask for money. It’s a critical moment to seize. You’re in midst of[…]

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October 23, 2013
How Not to Be a Best-Kept Secret

If your nonprofit is a best-kept secret, here is some practical advice on how to change that starting now: Never repeat those words.  Instead, provide[…]

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October 21, 2013
Can an App Help You Build a Relationship?

It’s opening night. You step into the hall and onto the podium, and the audience erupts with applause.  After your third bow, their thunderous cacophony[…]

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October 16, 2013
Are You Asking the Right, Big Gift Fundraising Question?

It’s a question asked at nonprofits across the county every day. Boards raise it. Staffs discuss it. Volunteers confer about it over coffee. The question?[…]

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October 1, 2013
Why Do Your Donors Give You Money?

Find out why your donors give to you and use this knowledge to grow your income.

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September 24, 2013
Why You Want Your Decision Process to be Messy

Good decision-making is messy–sometimes.  This illustration show you how good decision-making moves from neat to messy back to order. In a quality decision process, you[…]

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September 10, 2013
How to Overcome Income Procrastination

A New Way to Tweak Your To-Do List–that Will Leave You Seeing More Bank Deposits. The last thing Rose wanted to do was procrastinate about[…]

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September 5, 2013
Do You Have These 6 Essential Policies?

BoardSource, a national organization focused exclusively on good governance practices, has four e-books with policy samples in 48 topic areas. You could, if motivated, keep[…]

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August 21, 2013
How to Obtain Resources and Income By Working With Your Chamber

You know, at least theoretically, that attending your chamber or other civic meetings is a good idea. You will meet other leaders, potential board members,[…]

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