This week you might be looking forward to trick-or-treaters. Maybe you’re even going to get dressed up and go out to a party yourself. I love Halloween. It’s my favorite holiday. But on a serious note, I also want to warn you about an epidemic I see in the devoted, hardworking fundraising professionals that I know.
Today you might have read this 5 star review of my new book from Joanne Fritz at Nonprofit.About.com. Here is a small piece of […]
I just had to share this sweet email that I got: Since I first stumbled across your “Wild Woman Fundraising,” I have wanted to […]
Why Nonprofit Fundraising Staff are Shafted, and What to Do About It
Fundraising professional, have you ever been fired from a fundraising job?
If you’re a nonprofit leader, have you had some turnover in your fundraising staff lately?
Are you trying to hire a new fundraising person now?
What if… the real common denominator in fundraising staff turnover was not bad hiring practices, but conditions beyond the fundraiser’s control?
Today’s post is all about fantastic Asian Female Nonprofit Leaders!
Including Kiran Bedi, who was the subject of a documentary entitled “Yes Madam Sir”
Wow, hello hate mail! Because of my posts about being a nonprofit wage slave, and being unable to make rent on a nonprofit “salary”, […]
Yesterday I had this conversation with my friend, let’s call her Donna.
Usually I write these super upbeat and newsy emails to my friends and family and yesterday I just thought, “Okay, screw it, I’m going to share my good news with everyone who reads my blog, too!”
Last week, which already feels a lifetime away, I was away in Portland and NYC, having a couple of photoshoots.
What were those photoshoots for?
So thought-terminating clichés, what are they? Coined in a book called “Thought Reform and the Psychology of Totalism,” a book written in 1956 about […]