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Are you exhausted? Overwhelmed? Overworked? Anxious? Yup. I get it. All of my clients are feeling this way right now, and I’ve been having episodes of it too. It feels a little bit like the end of the world (or the beginning), but either way a completely
When I was an Executive Director, if you had asked me why I wasn’t raising more money, I would have said it was because I didn’t have enough time. I would have said… I can’t meet with enough people. I don’t have enough staff support. How can I prioritize fundraising when I am always putting out fires? While of course it was true that I was extremely busy. (And you might be thinking… ‘she has NO idea, now with COVID I have absolutely NO extra time’. It is definitely any easy story to hide with.) It was even more true that I was nervous to
This morning as I was getting ready, I started to think about the folks I spoke to this week on my Fearless Fundraising Crash Course for Board Members. I was empathizing with how some of them must feel. Overwhelmed. Uncomfortable. Defeated. I remembered back to when I started fundraising. I felt many of the same things when I was asked to send letters out to friends and family to ask for money. And I remember that I was SURE the discomfort meant I was bad at fundraising. I was SURE it meant I was doing something wrong. It must, right? Because some people are great
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