Tag Archives: business practices

Letting Go

It’s been an uncommonly busy two months.  Add to that the miserable cold that doesn’t want to leave.  Mix together and you end up (well, I ended up) with overload.  That, in turn, caused stress, which made me feel even … Continue reading

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Do it NOW

When I first went to work in the nonprofit sector, I was surprised at how the word immediately, as in “I need this immediately,” was translated. Coming from the for profit world, immediately meant NOW. But that, I found and … Continue reading

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Getting It Done!

Every October the organization sends out its end of the year appeal. Except when it doesn’t. And when it does, it’s always a last minute scramble. Ditto for the appeal that goes out (or doesn’t!) in May. And the gala … Continue reading

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Activity Breeds Support

Where, a friend asked me, do you get your clients?  She’s new to the consulting game and frustrated that clients didn’t swarm to her door when she hung out her shingle. Ah, the fantasies we all have. So many people … Continue reading

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End The Nonprofit Poverty Mentality

   As someone who has spent the last 25 years in the nonprofit sector and the 15 before that toiling in various and sundry for profit endeavors, I would be the first to say there is a definite difference between … Continue reading

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