Here we are! Three years of Wild Woman Fundraising and over 500 posts! It is time to tell you what this is all about. […]
that my blog posts have gotten a little more. . . political in the last year.
Why is this, do you think?
Today’s blog post is all about the NON-NONPROFIT. The Non-Nonprofit is written by Steve Rothschild, a titan of industry. The yogurt industry. Yoplait. That’s […]
“Everyone is a Media Company” -Tom Foremski circa 2010 “Okay, brilliant. Tom you are a genius.” -Mazarine Treyz “Everyone is a Media […]
Let’s say that you are writing a grant. But on the grant requirements page, you see that they want statistics on a whole range […]
Don’t speak, POINT. Instead of speaking on behalf of people, amplify what they are saying. Allow that person to speak.
Tell the story of the crisis by empowering people to tell their story, and that way the issues get transmitted.” -Mark Horvath, InvisiblePeople.tv
I’m learning a lot in this presentation. I used to think December was the place to concentrate your online fundraising attention. But not true […]
What system do you want to create?
What is your dream?
Would you like a 4 day work week or a 3 day work week at home, in your own nonprofit, on your own time?
How can you develop multiple streams of income for your nonprofit or for yourself?
Why would you want to articulate your core values? What ARE values, anyway? Last week I met with Angela Robertson, who told me all […]
Or do you live within your truth? Chris Hedges recently wrote an article for TruthDig called Occupy Draws Strength from the Powerless. In it, […]
Today I was sitting in the car with my friend Steve, doing errands. We passed a giant dinosaur wearing a giant pink bra. He […]
Integrated Marketing – Overman View more presentations from Eric Overman From Eric Overman’s NTEN 2010 presentation I really liked the stats showing how online […]
Let me tell you a story. My great aunt lives in a retirement community and remembers everyones’ birthdays, and always has a kind […]
People talk to each other – it’s how we’ve interacted with each other for millions of years, and, no matter how popular Facebook gets, spoken word will always be the most personal way to communicate.
You know what I hate?
Sales pitches disguised as workshops. It’s sneaky. It’s slimy. You’ve paid good money to be at an event, and now you’re getting a sales pitch instead of information you can use.