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Most mornings I go to the gym. I work out with weights, do cardio. Some days I get lost inmy workout—it’s wonderful. Somedays it is just hard. Some days I don’t really want to be there. But I am because … Continue reading
“Online Giving Up Over Previous Years” the headline read. As if that means anything. Thirty years ago, when I started my fundraising career, headlines could have read “Credit Card Giving Up Over Previous Years” and it would have had the … Continue reading
In 2009, after my first full year of consulting, I wrote on this blog about David Allen’s book, Getting Things Done. A friend had just given it to me, and I found it full of useful information. Information that still—9 … Continue reading
I spend a lot of time thinking about the difference between annual and major gifts. You know—annual are those gifts you get year after year after year. Except you don’t, of course. Attrition rates, at least for small nonprofits, are … Continue reading