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Coaching and consulting are nothing alike. You might be pretty surprised by the statement because often people say that they are a coach AND consultant. I am one of those people. But when I’m coaching and when I’m consulting it looks and sounds fundamentally different.

Are You Seeking More Visibility? — tips from a visibility expert Part 2

In my last article, I started sharing this amazing conversation I had with my coach and visibility expert, Michelle Vos. I shared the concept of visibility and how that reflects in your life to your business and in fundraising, although it creates fear. At its core, visibility is the truth of you made known to the public. It’s something we all want, it can lead to more success, money, promotions, and the outward validations, but because it’s something that permeates your entire being and shines a light on the whole embodiment of yourself, many of us have a deeper fear around showing up. So let’s

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Are You Seeking More Visibility? — tips from a visibility expert Part 1

Have you ever realized that fundraising in itself actually involves all the components of who we are as people? And yet we look at it through a tiny lens focused on the work itself.. What I’ve found in my past roles as a fundraiser and now as a fundraising consultant, is that it’s when we weave in all the components of being the best version of ourselves in all things, we become the fundraisers that we were meant to be. But how do we find that most authentic version of ourselves and amplify it into the world? I recently interviewed my amazing coach, Michelle Vos,

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Coaching and consulting are nothing alike. You might be pretty surprised by the statement because often people say that they are a coach AND consultant. I am one of those people. But when I’m coaching and when I’m consulting it looks and sounds fundamentally different. This is why it’s so important that if you are …

They are everywhere.  With millennials, who are currently ages 25-40, making up over 50% of the workforce – they are our coworkers, donors, and volunteers.  The Pew Research Center says that there are 75 million millennials on the planet. These millennials are tech-savvy do-gooders and the largest generation of potential donors.  Recent data also shows, …

Have you ever asked your donors to donate their stocks directly to your nonprofit? I know I never did when I was fundraising.  I never even considered having donors donate their stock directly to me.  Of course I know that many donors sell their stocks at year end to make donations that they use for …

Do you ever come across a solution to a problem you didn’t even know you had?  This happened to me recently.  I came across StockDonator.com – a company designed to help nonprofits accept donations of publicly traded stock.  Then I posted on my instagram asking if accepting stock donations is something that my clients are …

In my last article, I started sharing this amazing conversation I had with my coach and visibility expert, Michelle Vos. I shared the concept of visibility and how that reflects in your life to your business and in fundraising, although it creates fear. At its core, visibility is the truth of you made known to …

Have you ever realized that fundraising in itself actually involves all the components of who we are as people? And yet we look at it through a tiny lens focused on the work itself.. What I’ve found in my past roles as a fundraiser and now as a fundraising consultant, is that it’s when we …

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