Monthly Archives: January 2012
Buy a sandwich from the deli, or a hot dog from the guy on the street, and the rules of the game are clear. You’re told a price, you pay cash, done. Reroll the tape, but this time you pay … Continue reading
(subtitle: this is why I can’t for the life of me understand how “fundraiser” became synonymous with “not totally integrated with the core work of the organization”) What are your top three priorities right now? Where will the organization be … Continue reading
There’s lots of stuff out there about how to make really great powerpoint (and about terrible PowerPoint). What I’ve observed is that people read these great suggestions and think “I could never do that” (which isn’t true) and use that … Continue reading
We’re just three weeks away from Generosity Day, and we have a lot of fun things in the works! You’ve probably already seen the great Generosity Day t-shirts by our friends at Selfless Tee, so we wanted to remind you … Continue reading
I’ve been asked this question a lot, and was asked it again the other day by the CEO of a growing, successful nonprofit, so here are some thoughts. First, let’s clarify who’s asking the question and what this means about … Continue reading
“I hustled.” “Yeah, but what else?” She already answered your question.