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Tag Archives: Goal-setting
If I had a dollar for every time some development director told me that this or that activity was extraordinary, a wonderful experience, a game-changer, I would have many thousands of dollars. If I had to pay back a dollar … Continue reading
Those who know me today are always surprised to learn that, really, I am a very shy person—who has overcompensated. I dislike walking into parties or events where I don’t know anyone and I hate making phone calls that are … Continue reading
Some days, it just feels hard. There is too much to do, and not enough time to get it all done. There are too many tasks, and not enough you. You’re too busy and you can’t fathom how you could … Continue reading
Intermittently, I’ve been writing about developing a fundraising plan (see http://toobusytofundraise.com/2013/07/29/that-fundraising-plan/, http://toobusytofundraise.com/2013/08/19/studying-your-capacity/ and http://toobusytofundraise.com/2013/08/26/the-lay-of-the-fundraising-land/). The center of this plan is the discussion about the revenues streams that fit your organization and your capacity. There are many, many ways to present … Continue reading