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Want big money? Inspire confidence

Over the holidays, I got around to reading Vu Le’s blog entitled “Hey, you want nonprofits to act more like businesses? Then treat us like businesses” in which he points out that while funders demand nonprofits act more like for-profit businesses, … Continue reading

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3 misunderstandings about nonprofits that prevent them from succeeding

It’s been six years since “The Nonprofit Starvation Cycle” was published and two years since Dan Pallotta gave his famous TED talk about the financial burdens facing nonprofit organizations. Despite these widespread, articulate, and compelling calls to arms – and … Continue reading

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