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238: Is It Time to Redesign Your Nonprofit's Website? (David Pisarek)SUMMARYIs your website as effective as it needs to be for your nonprofit? In episode #238 of Your Path to Nonprofit Leadership, digital marketing expert David Pisarek shares how you can dramatically improve your website and digital marketing efforts and why you should invest in that effort right now. Learn what a redesign process looks like, the typical costs, and how to find a great agency with which to work. David's experience within the philanthropic sector allows him to address how website analytics can lead to increased donations and the benefits of SEO for nonprofits. ABOUT DAVIDDavid has been smashing the non-profit sector for 30 years, and now he's living out his dream: to design and build websites, lead design and branding projects, and be a general technology guru for non-profits in Canada. He's a design and programming expert who has taught at the college level and found his passion for sharing knowledge at his clients' businesses. Over the past five years, he and his team have completed over 240 projects, so if you need some help, David and his team are the experts. Breaking apart processes and tearing down department silos, he uses his background to effectively bridge the gaps between IT, Marketing, Communications, and Fundraising departments to align processes, streamline operations, and ultimately help his clients achieve digital success.EPISODE TOPICS & RESOURCESHooked On You: The Genius Way to Make Anybody Read Anything by Ian HarrisLearn more about David hereReady for a Mastermind? Learn more here!Have you gotten Patton's book Your Path to Nonprofit Leadership: Seven Keys to Advancing Your Career in the Philanthropic SectorWatch for the companion workbook and the audio version of Patton's best seller, Your Path to Nonprofit Leadership, coming soon!
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Didn't plan in time, and missed out on Giving Tuesday? Don't panic, we've got you! With our top tips to optimize Giving Season fundraising, there's still time to make a big impact on your year-end goals.With 31 days to go, Giving Season is packed with goodwill and seasonal generosity (accounting for about 20% of annual donations), and we have tips to make the most of every fundraising opportunity.Cara and Jena tackle 6 tactics, tools, and strategies to get you started. Beginning with a donation page audit checklist, digging into the ‘reach' advantages of Crowdfunding and Peer-to-Peer campaigns, before setting out the timing and touchpoints that underpin all successful fundraising campaigns. We have a great big bag of seasonal resources to support you through December, and into 2024, starting with our recommended past-podcast episodes:
Bryan sits down with special guest Kevin Ernst, who is part of The Journey Movie Team. Kevin is Development Producer for Journey Feature Films, helping us hire a screenwriter and make preparations for Fundraising, Hiring a Production Company and helping produce Journey training materials to prepare for the anticipated flood of new Journey Guides after the movie. Enjoy getting to know Kevin and his story and his perspective on this project as a newcomer to Influencers. Also, you'll get an exciting movie update.
It's a safe bet that when nonprofiteers talk about their work, the word “passion” will come up pretty quickly. But does passion alone drive impact? Julie Ordoñez says character matters more than passion when it comes to fundraising.From directing philanthropy and being a Major Gift Officer at organizations like New Story, Lift, and United Way of Greater Los Angeles to coaching leaders in raising game-changing gifts, Julie has a unique perspective for growing any organization's impact—and that perspective hinges on courage.Julie even leads an intimate program called Courage Lab designed to help fundraisers make bold asks of individual donors. So get ready, because listeners, today you're going to get the best of the best advice on how to infuse your asks with character and courage for results that go far beyond the ordinary.
Former federal prosecutor and National Review Contributing Editor Andy McCarthy is in while Jim Geraghty is under the weather. Today, Greg and Andy discuss new sanctions from the U.S. Treasury Department against individuals and entities helping for finance Iran's military and IRGC. But Andy explains why this step is hardly bold considering Iran's recent actions against the U.S. Andy also breaks down the legal and constitutional impact of Special Counsel Jack Smith not only demanding many different details about President Trump's Twitter account but also Smith demanding the information of anyone who like, retweeted, or otherwise engaged with Trump in the months leading up to January 6th.Finally, they test out Andy's postulate that Democrats only prosecute other Democrats to protect Democrats. Is the FBI publicly digging into allegations of illegal fundraising in Adams' orbit and possibly his ties to Turkey because that's where the evidence leads or because Adams is now a thorn in the side of the Biden administration?Please visit our great sponsors:4Patriothttps://4Patriots.com/martiniCatch the deal of the day before it is gone! HumanNhttps://americalovesbeets.comVisit https://americalovesbeets.com for your free 30-day supply of Superbeets Heart Chews and a free full size bag of Turmeric Chews. Omaha Steakshttps://omahasteaks.comSave big with 50% off sitewide plus use Promo Code MARTINI at checkout to get an extra $30 off.
Legacy admissions, particularly at elite colleges and universities, were thrust into the spotlight this summer when the U.S. Supreme Court effectively ended affirmative action in admissions. The ruling raised many questions, and fortunately, Harvard Kennedy School professor David Deming and Harvard Economics Professor Raj Chetty were there with some important answers—having just wrapped up a 6-year study of the impact of legacy admissions at so-called “Ivy-plus” schools. Students spend years preparing to face judgment by colleges and universities as a worthy potential applicant. They strive for report cards filled with A's in advanced placement courses. They volunteer for service projects and participate in extracurricular activities. They cram furiously high-stakes standardized tests. They do all that only to find a big question many top colleges have is effectively: “Who's your daddy? And who's your mother? Did they go to school here?” Using data from more than 400 colleges and universities and about three and a half million undergraduate students per year, the two economists found that legacy and other elite school admissions practices significantly favor students from wealthy families and serve a gate-keeping function to positions of power and prestige in society. Read Chetty and Deming's paper (co-authored by John Friedman): Diversifying Society's Leaders? The Determinants and Causal Effects of College Admissions David Deming's Policy Recommendations:Build a robust system of collecting and measuring the distribution of income for admitted students at colleges across the country.Make standardized data in student income distribution transparent and widely available to facilitate better educational policy decisionmaking.Raj Chetty's Policy Recommendations:Rework legacy admissions and other practices at elite colleges to reduce bias in favor of students from high-income familiesImprove access for low- and middle-income students to a broader array of private, public, and community colleges as a means to promote economic mobilityRaj Chetty is the William A. Ackman Professor of Public Economics at Harvard University. He is also the director of Opportunity Insights, which uses “big data” to understand how we can give children from disadvantaged backgrounds better chances of succeeding. Chetty's research combines empirical evidence and economic theory to help design more effective government policies. His work on topics ranging from tax policy and unemployment insurance to education and affordable housing has been widely cited in academia, media outlets, and Congressional testimony. Chetty received his Ph.D. from Harvard University in 2003 and is one of the youngest tenured professors in Harvard's history. Before joining the faculty at Harvard, he was a professor at UC-Berkeley and Stanford University. Chetty has received numerous awards for his research, including a MacArthur "Genius" Fellowship and the John Bates Clark medal, given to the economist under 40 whose work is judged to have made the most significant contribution to the field.David Deming is the Isabelle and Scott Black Professor of Political Economy and the academic dean of the Harvard Kennedy School. He is also the faculty dean of Kirkland House at Harvard College and a research associate at NBER. His research focuses on higher education, economic inequality, skills, technology, and the future of the labor market. He is a principal investigator (along with Raj Chetty and John Friedman) at the CLIMB Initiative, an organization that seeks to study and improve the role of higher education in social mobility. He is also a faculty lead of the Project on Workforce, a cross-Harvard initiative that focuses on building better pathways to economic mobility through the school-to-work transition. He recently co-founded (with Ben Weidmann) the Skills Lab, which creates performance-based measures of “soft” skills such as teamwork and decision-making. In 2022 he won the Sherwin Rosen Prize for outstanding contributions to Labor Economics. In 2018 he was awarded the David N. Kershaw Prize for distinguished contributions to the field of public policy and management under the age of 40. He served as a Coeditor of the AEJ: Applied from 2018 to 2021. He also writes occasional columns for the New York Times Economic View, which you can find linked on his personal website. Ralph Ranalli of the HKS Office of Communications and Public Affairs is the host, producer, and editor of HKS PolicyCast. A former journalist, public television producer, and entrepreneur, he holds an AB in Political Science from UCLA and an MS in Journalism from Columbia University.
In this episode of the Fundraising Masterminds Podcast, we're going to be talking about the one mistake that will ruin your fundraising event. Get ready to have your preconceptions shattered and your feathers ruffled! Join us as we share personal experiences and insights on crafting successful fundraising events. We'll cover a variety of topics, including how to create the perfect atmosphere for your event and refine the clarity of your donation tiers. Don't miss out on these essential tips for improving your nonprofit fundraising events! Discover the one mistake you should never make at your fundraising event, and learn how to avoid it every time. Reveal the mindset you need to be a blessings broker who is confident in presenting opportunities to give to your cause. And learn how to create a successful event that will support your message and motivate your partners to give more every time! If you're involved in nonprofit fundraising or event planning, this episode is for you! And remember, in the end, it's all about relationships - being honest, up-front, specific, and personal. That's what produces long-term results. Don't forget to subscribe to our channel for more helpful nonprofit development advice! ASK US A QUESTION: https://www.speakpipe.com/fundraisingmasterminds STOP FUNDRAISING. Get back to basics with....DEVELOPMENT BASICS The Biblical Basis for Development for Nonprofit Leaders https://www.fundraisingmasterminds.net/development-basics NEED HELP WITH YOUR NONPROFIT? Most nonprofits are under-funded. Even if you think your nonprofit is doing well, we've found you could be doing much better. However, most nonprofits don't have a clear development strategy that keeps them grounded. As a result, they "get creative" and "try new things" based on what is popular or trending, or they get comfortable with where they are at and don't realize the dangers they will be facing in just a few short years. The Perfect Vision Dinner Course is a 20-week "live video" course that addresses this problem head on. The course was developed by Jim Dempsey after 38+ years as a Senior Development Director at Cru. After Jim had personally done over 2,500 vision dinners in his lifetime and raised over $1 billion worldwide, Jim and Jason have partnered together to bring you Fundraising Masterminds. Our first course, The Perfect Vision Dinner is a time-tested proven formula that will introduce our development system and grow your nonprofit to its maximum potential. The course includes 20-hours of personalized development coaching from Jim Dempsey and Jason Galicinski and also includes a real-time community group where you have access to everyone attending the course and also our Masterminds throughout the course. The goal for this course is to fully equip you with a Biblical basis for Development so that you can Win, Keep and Lift new partners to higher levels of involvement with your nonprofit. → https://FundraisingMasterminds.net FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA: → Instagram: https://instagram.com/fundraising.masterminds → Facebook: https://facebook.com/fundraising.masterminds Episode Keywords: Community, Perfect Vision Dinner Strategy, fundraising dinners, personalized atmosphere, personal relationships, nonprofit leaders, ineffective fundraising events, fundraising goals, vague presentation, passive fundraising, effective fundraising strategies, ruin your fundraising event, the one mistake that will ruin your fundraising event, jim dempsey, jason galicinski, fundraising event, crafting successful fundraising events, creating successful fundraising events, successful fundraising events, how to create the perfect atmosphere for your event, presenting opportunities to give, how to create a successful event, successful event, create a successful event, motivate your partners, nonprofit fundraising, event planning. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/fundraising-masterminds/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/fundraising-masterminds/support
Do you yearn for a life of purpose and fulfillment? Are you tired of feeling like you're just going through the motions? Look no further because I have the solution you've been searching for. Join me as I reveal the path to unlocking your unique journey, where authenticity and self-discovery pave the way to a profoundly meaningful existence. Say goodbye to a life of mediocrity and embrace the result you've always craved - a life filled with purpose and fulfillment. In this episode, you will be able to: Embracing your unique journey can lead to a more purposeful and fulfilling life. Discover how to balance your responsibilities as a husband, father, and professional for a more harmonious lifestyle. Overcome physical and mental obstacles through obstacle course races and personal fitness for a stronger mindset. Find motivation and pursue an active lifestyle to unlock your full potential. Learn the importance of finding and nurturing your passion to experience greater satisfaction in life. My special guest is David McCarter David McCarter (aka Common Man OCR) is an incredible individual who has fearlessly embraced his unique journey in life. With a passion for obstacle course races (OCRs), including Spartan races, Rugged Maniac, and Tough Mudder, David is a true inspiration when it comes to taking control of one's health and pushing boundaries. But his adventurous spirit doesn't stop there. David is also an avid motorcycle enthusiast, embarking on epic trips and creating meaningful experiences along the way. Through his latest venture, Narrowway Motoventures, David honors his late father by raising funds for the local YMCA through his motorcycle adventures. With his dynamic personality and diverse interests, David is a beacon of motivation and fulfillment for men seeking personal growth and a life lived to the fullest. Get ready to be inspired by David's incredible journey and his unwavering commitment to embracing who he truly is. The key moments in this episode are: 00:00:00 - Finding Your Motivation 00:00:51 - Introduction to the Fallible Man Podcast 00:01:17 - Guest Introduction: Dave McCarter 00:03:35 - Getting to Know Dave 00:07:05 - Impactful Purchase: Whoop Band 00:14:14 - Planning for Tough Mudder Races 00:15:42 - Reflecting on a Challenging Obstacle Course Race 00:16:20 - Memorable Race Experience at Fenway Park 00:17:26 - Inviting Others to Join OCR Races 00:17:29 - Narrowway Motoventures and Fundraising 00:29:47 - Taking Care of Yourself 00:30:23 - Supportive Friends 00:31:12 - Finding Your Thing 00:32:16 - Embracing Your Uniqueness 00:32:46 - Nurturing Your Passion 00:43:53 - Being Set in Our Ways 00:44:11 - The Fear of Doing New Things 00:44:49 - Struggling with Personal Development 00:48:35 - A Personal Example 00:50:43 - Tapping into Your Passion 00:59:41 - The Beginnings of the Podcast 01:00:30 - The Power of Finding Your Thing 01:01:23 - Advice on Discovering Your Thing 01:02:59 - Future Plans and Expansion 01:05:54 - The Importance of Trying Guest Links: https://www.commonmanocr.org http://www.narrowwaymoto.com/ https://www.instagram.com/commonmanocr/ https://www.facebook.com/commonmanocr https://twitter.com/CommonManOCR The video version of this show is available on YouTube after 3 PM the day it is released https://www.youtube.com/@thefalliblemanpodcast and Rumble! https://rumble.com/c/c-2176422 Join our Exclusive Private Community – Fallible Nation https://bit.ly/FallibleNation Sponsors: Grow YOUR Show: The Easy Button for Podcasters Have you thought about starting a podcast to grow your business or even as a hobby? Then you need to go talk to my friend Adam Adams. I trust him and so you should you! https://growyourshow.com/ Ghost Bed Actually get a GOOD night's sleep! Go see my friends at https://www.ghostbed.com/pages/fallible and use the code “fallible” for 30% off your order! It's what I sleep on and what I count on!
From the Ingles Studio this is your news minute on the Cherokee Tribune Ledger Podcast presented by Darby Funeral Home. Today is Wednesday, November 29th, and I'm Keith Ippolito. Service League Announces Record-Breaking Riverfest Fundraising The Service League of Cherokee County achieved record-breaking fundraising results at its 39th Annual Riverfest Arts and Crafts Festival in September. Held at Etowah River Park in Canton, the event boasted an unprecedented turnout and the highest number of vendors to date. The Service League, comprising 100 women volunteers who contributed over 10,000 hours, raised over $155,000. These funds will directly benefit youth and families in need across Cherokee County, providing essential services like food, clothing, dental care, eyeglasses, medical assistance, rent, utilities, scholarships, and more. President Marcey Stein emphasized the community's unwavering commitment to supporting this vital cause. Visit www.serviceleague.net for more information. For more news about our community, visit tribuneledgernews.com. For the Tribune Ledger Podcast, I'm Keith Ippolito. www.bgpodcastnetwork.com www.ingles-markets.com www.henssler.com www.darbyfuneralhome.com www.esogrepair.com #NewsPodcast #CurrentEvents #TopHeadlines #BreakingNews #PodcastDiscussion #PodcastNews #InDepthAnalysis #NewsAnalysis #PodcastTrending #WorldNews #LocalNews #GlobalNews #PodcastInsights #NewsBrief #PodcastUpdate #NewsRoundup #WeeklyNews #DailyNews #PodcastInterviews #HotTopics #PodcastOpinions #InvestigativeJournalism #BehindTheHeadlines #PodcastMedia #NewsStories #PodcastReports #JournalismMatters #PodcastPerspectives #NewsCommentary #PodcastListeners #NewsPodcastCommunity #NewsSource #PodcastCuration #WorldAffairs #PodcastUpdates #AudioNews #PodcastJournalism #EmergingStories #NewsFlash #PodcastConversations #podcast #podcasts #podcaster #podcastlife #podcastshow #podcasting #podcasters #podcastersofinstagram #itunes #applepodcasts #spotifypodcast #soundcloud #youtube #radio #radioshow #comedy #music #hiphop #art #entrepreneur #covid #motivation #interview #repost #loveSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Is your nonprofit facing challenges with staff leaving, keeping donors happy, or having competent leaders? This episode of The Small Nonprofit talks about these big issues in the charity world and how they affect your fundraising. We also look at possible ways to fix these problems.Our guest is Frank Mumford, a seasoned fundraiser with 14 years in the charity sector. Frank started as a student fundraiser and now works at Gravyty, where he helps charities with new software solutions. He's been a CFRE since 2019 and is active in several nonprofit boards. Frank will share his views on the challenges that charities and fundraisers face today.Don't forget to become a supporter of our show!Key Highlights:Focus on Relationship Building Over Asking for Donations: Frank and I stress the importance of authentic relationships with donors, shifting from transactional interactions to genuine connections.Addressing Staff Turnover: We discuss how staff changes affect donor relationships and explore the benefits of considering candidates from diverse backgrounds for fundraising roles.Leveraging AI in Fundraising: While AI can enhance donor engagement and streamline tasks, it's not a complete solution. The human touch remains essential.Promoting Diversity in Leadership: We observe the lack of diversity in philanthropic leadership and advocate for more inclusive representation to better serve diverse communities.Balancing Work-Life for Fundraisers: Acknowledging the issue of burnout, we discuss the importance of creating a sustainable work environment in nonprofits.This episode is a must-listen for insights on evolving fundraising strategies, maintaining meaningful donor relationships, and leveraging technology in the nonprofit sector.Links and Resources: Connect with Frank on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/frank-mumford/Email Frank: email@example.comConnect with Maria on LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/mariario/Support the show: https://www.buzzsprout.com/208666/supporters/newSupport the show
Get unfiltered insights on entrepreneurship and startup fundraising from 6x founder Shay Houser. In this raw interview, Shay shares lessons learned from his extreme highs and lows over 20+ years building tech startups.He explains why many founders are underprepared for institutional VC money and how it can be a "curse" if taken too early. Shay stresses the importance of founder-investor fit, realistic capital planning, and building an empowering startup culture.Other topics include:- Shay's winding journey from military college to VC- Why you shouldn't blindly pursue brands like YC or a16z- How to clearly communicate your startup's vision and needs to investors- Shocking data on low unicorn success rates - even for top accelerators- The redemptive story of Shay's addiction, recovery, and finding purposeThis unfiltered founder interview is a must-listen for anyone in the startup world. Shay Houser offers hard-earned lessons for fundraising, leadership, culture, and maintaining perspective.✨
In this heartwarming episode of "What the Fundraising," Mallory invites her four-year-old daughter, Emmie Erickson, to share a special moment with the audience on GivingTuesday. Embracing the idea that cuteness releases feel-good chemicals, Mallory and Emmie present a delightful conversation filled with wisdom and positivity. They discuss the challenges fundraisers face on this crucial day, offering endearing advice and affirmations from a children's book titled "It's Okay to Make Mistakes" by Todd Parr. Emmie's innocent perspective provides a refreshing break for impact leaders and changemakers, reminding them to embrace bravery, give love, and find joy. This unique and heartening episode aims to boost spirits and spread smiles on a day when fundraisers could use some extra encouragement. So, tune in, let Emmie's charm brighten your day, and receive a dose of inspiration and motivation to continue making a positive impact in the world. Happy Giving Tuesday! Get all the resources from today's episode here. Connect with me: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/whatthefundraising_ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/whatthefundraising YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@malloryerickson7946 LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/mallory-erickson-bressler/ Website: malloryerickson.com/podcast Loved this episode? Leave us a review and rating here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/what-the-fundraising/id1575421652 If you haven't already, please visit our new What the Fundraising community forum. Check it out and join the conversation at this link. If you're looking to raise more from the right funders, then you'll want to check out my Power Partners Formula, a step-by-step approach to identifying the optimal partners for your organization. This free masterclass offers a great starting point
Kimberley Gordon launched Selkie, a dreamy, size-inclusive fashion brand after mourning the loss of her first company- Wildfox. She shares valuable lessons and essentials for launching any fashion label.
Get ready to be inspired by the journey of Sharekh Shaikh, the innovative mind behind CleverX. From his roots in India to his global business travels and the successful launch of his startup, Sharekh's story is not just captivating but also educational. As he shares his experiences working in multiple countries and discusses the unique challenges of conducting primary research, we learn about the significance of understanding cultural nuances and the unmatched value of being multilingual in the global market.We take a deep dive into the future of work, exploring the rise of side hustles and the immense importance of individual insights in market research. And guess what? There's more in store for you! Get enlightened on the potential of startups in market research and the pivotal role of focus for a startup's success. Don't miss out on the opportunity to learn about finding the right product-market fit and the art of learning from mistakes.Lastly, the episode unwraps the complexities of the marketplace, elucidating on the "chicken and egg" problem of supply and demand. Sharekh lends his wealth of knowledge about the startup world, discussing the challenges faced by marketplaces and the importance of a clear-cut market focus. Tune in as we explore the intricacies of supply and demand dynamics and how to navigate them successfully. This episode is an absolute must-listen for everyone involved in startups, market research, or anyone fascinated by turning their side hustle into their main hustle. It's time to transform your entrepreneurial journey with the insights from this illuminating conversation!Next Steps:As you're inspired to embark on your side hustle journey after listening to this episode, you might wonder where to start or how to make your vision a reality. That's where our trusted partner, Reversed Out Creative comes in.With a team of experienced professionals and a track record of helping clients achieve their dreams, they are ready to assist you in reaching your goals. To find out more, visit www.reversedout.com. We also recently launched our YouTube Channel, Marketing Pro Trends, which summarizes all of our blog posts.Smells Like HumansLike listening to funny friends discuss curious human behavior.Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the showSubscribe to Side Hustle City and join our Community on Facebook
Delve into the world of entrepreneurial success with Edrizio De La Cruz, the acclaimed Mastercard-Acquired Founder and Y Combinator Visiting Partner. Join us as we uncover the invaluable insights and strategies from the Underdog Founder's playbook, paving the way for triumph in the startup landscape! Chapter Stamps: Introduction [00:01:00] Introduction to Edrizio's book [00:01:45] Edrizio's background [00:02:59] Being pivot ready [00:08:45] Fundraising [00:12:02] Lesson learned for going global [00:14:48] Sustainability [00:17:13] Pullout Quotes: "Pity is a city you can visit, but you can't live in it. Move on, start." - Edrizio De La Cruz "Most founders go global prematurely. Focus on nailing one thing at a time before expanding." - Edrizio De La Cruz “Success is great for inspiration, but failure is best for education." - Edrizio De La Cruz "Being pivot-ready is vital. It's not about avoiding mistakes, but learning from them." - Edrizio De La Cruz "Focus on where you want to be, acknowledge where you are, and pave your path forward." - Edrizio De La Cruz Socials: Website: edriziodelacruz.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/EdrizioCruz Disclaimer: Please be aware that the opinions and perspectives conveyed in this podcast are solely those of our guests and do not necessarily represent the views, ideologies, or principles of Super Entrepreneurs Podcast, its associated entities, or any organizations they represent or are affiliated with. We provide a platform for discussion and exploration, and the content of each episode is understood to be independent expressions from our guests, rather than a reflection of the beliefs held by the podcast or its hosts. Notice to the Super Entrepreneurs community: Before we part, remember to join our Private Facebook group, 'Mindset for Business Success' Here we share mindset wisdom to elevate your life and business LIVE every Tuesday morning(EST), ready for a transformative journey? This group is your key to unlocking potential and achieving business growth. Don't miss out on this incredible free resource. Join us in 'Mindset for Business Success' Today! https://www.facebook.com/groups/mindsetforbusinesssuccess/ The only limits in our life are those we impose on ourselves. Bob Proctor ▬▬▬ Free Clarity Call with Shahid▬▬▬ https://calendly.com/shahiddurrani/free-clarity-call-with-shahid-durrani ___________________________________________________________________________ OFFERS: https://zez.am/officialshahiddurrani ▬▬▬ Get my Free Webinar▬▬▬ How to super scale your business to the next level without chasing strategies and feeling stuck https://shahiddurrani.com/registration/ ▬▬▬ Business Funding▬▬▬ https://www.7figurescredit.com/superfunding ▬▬▬ Fund Your Clients▬▬▬ https://join.7figurespartners.com/?a_aid=superfunding ▬▬ Get Magic in Your Mind Course▬▬▬ https://mf271.isrefer.com/go/miymsales/a2949 ▬▬▬ Get Six Minutes to Success Course▬▬▬ https://mf271.isrefer.com/go/6msales/a2949 ▬▬▬ Get Working with the Law Course▬▬▬ https://mf271.isrefer.com/go/wwtlsales/a2949 ▬▬▬ Get Path to Agreement Professional Selling Course▬▬▬ https://mf271.isrefer.com/go/ptapgcsales/a2949 ▬▬▬ Get Principles of Prosperity Course▬▬▬ https://mf271.isrefer.com/go/legacy/a2949 ▬▬▬ Get The New Lead the Field Coaching Program▬▬▬ https://mf271.isrefer.com/go/tnltfsales/a2949 ▬▬▬ The TEDx Talk Program▬▬▬ https://info.shahiddurrani.com/tedx ▬▬▬ Get Free 14 day trial-Viral Marketing▬▬▬ https://paykstrt.com/35579/115054 ▬▬▬ How to make $3,493 commissions without doing any selling▬▬▬ https://hop.clickbank.net/?affiliate=superentre&vendor=ambsador ▬▬▬ Professional Investment Ideas Delivered to your Inbox▬▬▬ https://capexinsider.com/insider-newsletter/?orid=90906&opid=94 ▬▬▬ FREE DOWNLOAD Reveals Recession Proof Business▬▬▬ https://www.b2bfundingpartner.com/b2bfree100?a_aid=superfunding&a_bid=1f1eb0a5 ▬▬▬ Real Estate Investing on Terms! No Credit | No Down payment▬▬▬ https://smartrealestatecoach.com/?sld=super ▬▬▬ Stock/Options Trading Academy That Works▬▬▬ https://lddy.no/1gqxb ▬▬▬ START-UP INVESTOR READY TO HELP▬▬▬ https://info.shahiddurrani.com/ideas ▬▬▬ Private Jet Charter▬▬▬ https://www.villiersjets.com/?id=4082 ▬▬▬The Land Geek▬▬▬ https://landgeek.samcart.com/referral/NchAZLOd/G9dXgFfeJnxc8pnw Affiliate Disclaimer: If you buy through one of the links provided, I may receive a commission (without any additional charge to you).
In this episode of the First Day Podcast, host Bill Stanczykiewicz, Ed.D. is joined by Dr. Dwight Burlingame, Professor Emeritus of Philanthropic Studies and Glenn Family Chair in Philanthropy at Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy. Dr. Burlingame, recognized as a pioneer in this field, co-authored Chapter 39 of "Achieving Excellence in Fundraising," which covers the nuances and strategies of business sector fundraising. This episode provided a comprehensive overview, illuminating the historical context, theoretical frameworks, and practical applications of corporate giving to nonprofit organizations. Historically, corporate giving has evolved significantly, influenced by various models that Dr. Burlingame and his peers have identified through extensive research since 1996. Four primary models were highlighted: corporate responsibility, ethical and altruistic, political, and stakeholder. The corporate responsibility model underscores a company's societal obligations, linking its community contributions to its core mission of profitability. The ethical and altruistic model debates the true nature of altruism in corporate giving, focusing on community well-being. The political model explores corporate giving as a means to gain political advantage, either internally within the company or externally. Lastly, the stakeholder model, which has gained popularity over the last three decades, emphasizes the importance of considering all stakeholders of a company, including customers, vendors, and employees, and how these relationships intertwine with the company's overall business strategy. The discussion also ventured into the practical realm, addressing how nonprofits can effectively approach and engage with the business sector for fundraising. Emphasizing the alignment of nonprofit missions with corporate philanthropic values, the podcast underlined the importance of developing a strategic fundraising plan that caters specifically to the business sector. This involves understanding the historical and current philanthropic activities of companies and identifying common points of contact, such as shared vendors or board members. The episode concluded with the notion that understanding and aligning with the various philanthropic motivations of businesses can greatly enhance the effectiveness of fundraising efforts in the nonprofit sector.
Margo Watson and Ann Takasaki are joined by Kathie Horman, LaReita Berky, and Dennis Lifferth to discuss the Model of Powerful Impact and the power of charitable giving. “Charity, being charitable, is critical to our well being, our soul, who we are as people, and being part of the human race.” - Margo Watson “I have MS, and I struggle with it, but I'm doing great. And I thought I can give what I can while I still can. And so it's been a real joy to me… I just love doing it, is what it boils down to.” - Kathie Horman “When you meet these people who come in with different objectives, some are providing for others and some are picking them (computers) up, and you see the spark of hope and happiness in their lives, it just makes you want to do it again. … And so I'm grateful for this idea, that within each person is this spark of divinity. And if we can see that and help them feel better when they leave, with a little more confidence, it makes this effort well worthwhile.” - Dennis Lifferth “I know we have a duty. That's true. We all have a duty to help one another. But there's more to it than just a duty. There's the feeling that comes when we're of service to somebody else.” - Dennis Lifferth “It takes a lot of people to make a system work, and they all make a very important contribution.” - Dennis Lifferth “This is an actual part of our family mode. This is what we do. We help. We help where we can help, when we can help, with what we can help with.” - LaReita Berky “Some people are able to give large donations. Some give small, some just give monthly, and some just give frequent flier miles. I mean, there's all kinds of ways to donate.” - Margo Watson “I've given a lot of time. And when I developed MS, I could no longer play my violin … so I donated it to a student who didn't have one. And she's been so thrilled. … There are definitely ways you can help. Sometimes it's just a pat on the back or a hug.” - Kathie Horman “The main body of human beings on this earth are so grateful to be tied to each other through family.” - Ann Takasaki “When people think, “donation,” the immediate thought is cash, right? Card, cash, check. But there's so many other types of donations. There's the in-kind donations, which is what Dennis is doing with the laptops. There's, for our organization, we receive book donations because our focus is literacy, because we believe that when a woman is empowered and knows how to read, then that changes her life and her family's trajectory, of what's going to become of them. You know, reading opens up a world of possibilities.” - LaReita Berky “Receiving donations for what an organization is needing, not just cash, cash is always appreciated, but for what specifically an organization needs, not just what you think they need, but ask, “What do you need?” That's one of the greatest things.” - LaReita Berky “Other ways that people can donate besides the money … is time. Is there something that you can do to help the organization with donating an hour or two a week or more if you are able?” - LaReita Berky “I think one of the fears people have in donating their time is they don't feel like they're qualified, when in fact, the one on one is very simple, just to listen, just to help. Most people are grateful for any attention they may receive. … To volunteer doesn't take money, doesn't take thing, but sometimes it's just your time and your interest in that person.” - Dennis Lifferth “It combats depression when you see that you can help somebody else. It combats self absorption. It just makes you a better person when you can help somebody else realize their dreams.” - Margo Watson Margo Watson is the Director of Outreach Marketing and Fundraising for Big Ocean Women. Her background is quite diverse. She has a Masters of Fine Arts Degree in Theatre and a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Communications and Music. Her dynamic talents led her first to critically acclaimed performances in countless Theater and Concert stages around the country as a soprano soloist and lead actress which included musicals, opera, operetta, orchestral works, comedies, movies, commercials and on-camera TV host. These experiences helped prepare her later as a young widow to work in the fields of in-house public relations and marketing for high tech, retail, medical industries and promotion for celebrities, so she could support her young family. Margo has had extensive experience as an on-camera talent, marketing, advertising, public relations-internal and external, public speaking, production, diverse writing for magazines, commercials, press releases, infomercials, books, press kits, speeches and such. She hopes her skills will be useful to help Big Ocean Women spread their mission of empowering women worldwide, through education, training and support, to recognize their divine worth, abilities and capabilities to change their homes, their communities and the world. Margo has six adult children and 9 grandchildren which are the most precious gifts to her. She also loves her dear husband Jay D Blades, her dog Toby and two horses, Noche and Goldie. Ann Takasaki and her husband, Roman are Japanese Americans with three adopted children, also Japanese Americans. This Japanese heritage is not the most important piece of Ann's identity, but it is valued and preserved. Ann also values faith, immediate and extended family relationships, and friendships. Big Ocean Women provides meaningful and important experiences for all of these. Ann strives to give her time to God's work, and sees Big Ocean Women as an important vehicle to do that work. Dennis Lifferth is a Co-founder of Applied Technology Foundation a non-profit doing business as TechCharities. He is the Former Managing Director of LDS Welfare and Humanitarian Services of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, President of LDS Charities, and a former secretary to the LDS Presiding Bishopric. He has a PhD in Economics from Iowa State University and is an Assistant Professor at Cornell University. He is married to Margaret R. Lifferth. They are parents of 7 children and 34 grandchildren. LaReita Berky, Vice President of Operations for Families Mentoring Families, is a wife of an entrepreneur, and mother of 6 sons. She graduated 22 years ago from San Francisco Conservatory of Music with a Bachelors of Music in Cello Performance. She had a private studio, performed as principal cellist with the Utah Valley Symphony, Utah Baroque Ensemble, and was the chair for the Utah Valley String Festival for 17 years. All of that changed when in 2016 she started talking with Becky Rogers about Africa and humanitarian work. LaReita has been to Ghana 9 times (as of 2023), each time taking some family members with her. She recently sustained an irreversible ear injury which altered her life course. LaReita now has a Masters of Social Work. She is credentialed as a CSW and works in a clinical setting as a counselor/therapist to help clients embrace their strengths. Then utilizing various research-based methods, including EMDR, LaReita assists clients in moving through their trauma or other difficult life experiences. Her social work education, training, and hands-on experience bring a unique perspective to Families Mentoring Families to achieve their goals. Kathie K. Horman was raised in St. Louis, Missouri and is married to Charles H. Horman. They have four children and thirteen grandchildren. Kathie Graduated from University of Utah with a B.A. in Music with an emphasis in Piano Performance, she earned her teaching certificate in elementary education from the University of Utah and is a member of Chi Omega Sorority. Her life has been filled with public service as a president, chairman, board member, leader, or contributing member to over 40 organizations. She is a dedicated supporter of the arts and has performed in various capacities. Beyond the performing arts, she enjoys creating beauty in many mediums, experiencing life through travel and adventure, and reading. She has been honored by many organizations and received many awards including the Hands and Heart Award twice, Certificate of Recognition for Service and Volunteerism from the State of Utah, and the George Washington Medal of Honor from the Freedoms Foundation.
There are just five weeks left in the year, and there are five fundraising tasks I want you to implement before December 31. If you don't already have an end-of-year campaign, make this your year-end strategy. And, if you do have an end-of-year campaign that is currently rolling out, consider strengthening your strategy by incorporating these tasks. Each can be planned and launched in just eight hours – making them the perfect way to boost your fundraising before December 31.
Is direct mail fundraising all that and a bag of chips? Dive into this Bonus Call from inside the SproutED membership featuring Steven Screen, a fundraising guru with over 30 years of experience! Steven shares a treasure trove of tips on leveraging direct mail for donor engagement. He unpacks the nuances of creating impactful appeals and explains why direct mail remains a powerful tool in your fundraising arsenal, especially amidst the trend of decreasing online giving. Get ready to transform your fundraising strategy from transactional to relational with Steven's expert guidance.
This week, Raoni talks about PrEP. The concepts of U=U and PrEP prescriptions being lost on the overall general population of people are discussed, Raoni asks all of you Hot Jock Tops, & Bossy Power Bottoms out there whether you're on PrEP or not and to explain why or why not, & Raoni gives his opinion on how it should actually be in regards to HIV/AIDS education in today's gay society and still wonders why some gays don't actually know what PrEP is. Raoni Washburn is proud to participate in and endorse AIDS/LifeCycle every year, and if you would like any more information on this important cause or even get involved with the journey yourself, check out aidslifecycle.org for more details or call the official My Gay Exposé Podcast hotline at 415-501-0401 and ask any questions you might have! Fundraising for Raoni's 2024 AIDS/LifeCycle Journey is now open and ready for your donation! Please help Raoni support this life-changing cause! Check out Bossy Power Bottom Wear, the latest line of gay festival & lifestyle clothing inspired by My Gay Expose Podcast & Raoni Washburn. Follow the show on Instagram, TikTok, Threads, & Positive +1 @exposingmygay. And don't forget about the My Gay Exposé Podcast website at mygayexposepodcast.com. And lastly, for all things, Raoni Washburn and his work, go to raoniwashburn.com & the new Bossy Power Bottom production company at bossypowerbottom.com. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/mygayexpose/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/mygayexpose/support
In the final hour of the Marc Cox Morning Show: Some Dems think there will be no more elections if Trump is elected Jared Halpern, FOX News Radio, Joins the Marc Cox Morning Show to discuss House Speaker Johnson meets with Trump after giving his 2024 endorsement. CNN shocked that Mike Johnson reacts the way he does against abortion Someone has been arrested in the case of the Shooting of Andy Banker Thanks for listening!! HAVE A HAPPY THANKSGIVING FROM ALL OF US AT THE MARC COX MORNING SHOW!!!!
During the Thanksgiving and Christmas season, you will compelling, even heartbreaking, appeals for funds. One of them came to me from Prison Fellowship Ministries. It began: “Bibles are desperately needed in America's prisons. Every gift you give will put Bibles and Christian content into the hands of a waiting prisoner.” But is that true? We tried to find out, and our search highlights the fact that donors to Christian ministries need to give generously, but also wisely. In this episode of the MinistryWatch podcast, we highlight some of the questions we ask, and suggest that you should be asking them too. FINAL WORDS: The producers for today's program are Rich Roszel and Jeff McIntosh. We get database, technical, and other support from Casey Sudduth, Stephen DuBarry, Christina Darnell, and Kim Roberts, Until next time, Happy Thanksgiving, and may God bless you.
This week, we dive into the world of wealth-building strategies and uncover some hidden gems that can help you elevate your income without any extra costs. Ever wondered what a salary sacrifice is and how it can potentially boost your income or pension? We break it down for you, along with demystifying national insurance contributions and how reclaiming them can give a nice boost to your take-home pay. Kevin and Christian emphasise the value of salary sacrifice for all employees looking to amass wealth. Understanding the terminology and advantages is key to fully tapping into this wealth-building strategy. In the episode, we shine a spotlight on the magic of compound interest and its pivotal role in wealth building. We explore the intricacies of the compounding cycle, interest rates, consistency, and the associated risks. Tune in for an enlightening episode filled with practical financial wisdom that could be your stepping stone to a brighter financial future. Resources In This Episode:>> Birmingham Networking Meetup>> WT218: How Safe Is Your Pension? Next Steps On Your Wealth Building Journey:>> Join the WealthBuilders Community>> Join the WealthBuilders Academy>> REGISTER HERE FOR ACCESS TO FREE RESOURCES If you have been enjoying listening to WealthTalk - Please Leave Us A Review!
“Globally, a third of all the food we produce each year gets thrown away. Meanwhile, 800 million people go to bed hungry, who could be fed with a quarter of the food we waste in the Western world.” Did you know that roughly one third of the world's food is wasted?Meanwhile, 1 in 9 people on our planet are either starving or malnourished...This is something today's 40 Minute Mentor is on a mission to change. In today's replay episode, we're joined by Tessa Clarke, the Co-Founder and CEO of the popular sharing app Olio. Tessa's career has taken her down many paths, including consulting and publishing to MD of eCommerce at Dyson. We first shared this episode three years ago, and the message is as important as ever, if not more so. Tune in to explore:➡️ Pivoting from consulting to Startup Founder [02:30]➡️ Creating your path in consulting [05:06]➡️ Transitioning from consulting to industry [06:40]➡️ The excitement of feeling the fear in new roles [08:15]➡️ Taking Dyson on a digital journey [09:14]➡️ Leadership lessons from James Dyson [12:53]➡️ The importance of surrounding yourself with people who will challenge you [14:06]➡️ Building a mission-driven career plan, Tessa's journey to entrepreneurship [15:20]➡️ The lightbulb moment that started Olio's journey [17:08]➡️ Tackling the food waste pandemic [18:19]➡️ Ambassadors helping you scale your mission-driven business [19:45]➡️ We are ‘theoretically more connected' but more lonely - a focus on community [23:21]➡️ Championing diversity and prioritising at the board level [24:34]➡️ Advice for diverse Founders tackling biassed questions in fundraising [27:28]➡️ Recruiting from your community to tackle the hiring challenge [30:05]➡️ Top tips: How we can all contribute to combat the global food waste problem [32:54]➡️ Finding mentorship organically and learning from your peers [35:55] ⛳ Helpful links:➡️ Connect with Tessa Clarke: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tecook/➡️ Find out more about Olio: https://olioapp.com/en/➡️ Check out Tessa's ‘Where Are They Now' episode: https://jbmc.co.uk/insights/40-minute-mentor/tessa-clarke-scaling-olio/ ⭐Enjoyed this episode?⭐️Keep up to date with all our latest episodes, by hitting the subscribe button on your favourite podcast platform. And for any feedback on what you enjoy the most and ideas on what we can do to make 40 Minute Mentor even better, please leave us a review on https://ratethispodcast.com/40mm
This episode is presented by Evertrue.Today is the 100th episode of the Missions to Movements Podcast! And I'm celebrating with a kaleidoscope of eye-opening conversations that will leave you inspired and invigorated.I asked 10 nonprofit professionals this one important question: what has been a highlight moment from their career? We are often so quiet and hold back from telling our own stories. But that's how we connect with our colleagues, donors, board members, volunteers, and our friends, right? It's always around our stories.Trust me, you don't want to miss the chance to bask in these shared triumphs of our guests (including many stories that have never before been shared!) and understand the pivotal role of storytelling in connecting us all. So, come aboard, share this episode on Instagram, and don't forget to review us - your feedback keeps this journey going!Resources & LinksAfter GivingTuesday winds down, how can you set yourself up for higher retention rates all year long? Join my free webinar with Evertrue on January 16th to learn how to creatively use video campaigns, email, and direct mail to reengage your supporters! RSVP and start the New Year with me at positiveequation.com/thanks.Evertrue offers free, on-demand documentaries, series, and over 250 podcast episodes tailored for fundraisers. Start binging at evertrue.com/studios.Applications are now open to join my Monthly Giving Mastermind program! Ready to build a dedicated community of recurring donors to generate consistent revenue? Learn more and apply here.Let's Connect! Send a DM on Instagram or LinkedIn and let us know what you think of the show! Head to YouTube for helpful digital marketing how-to videos and podcast teasers Want to book Dana as a speaker for your event? Click here!
Embark on a journey into the world of fundraising, where seasoned professionals share their experiences, challenges, and triumphs in the ever-evolving landscape of non-profit work. In this podcast, we delve into the heart of the matter—balancing the demands of parenthood with the intricacies of fundraising careers. Our guest today, Lacey Kempinski, is a dynamic force dedicated to transforming the landscape of the non-profit sector. With an illustrious 15-year career in the non-profit realm, Lacey has honed her expertise in donor communications, major gifts, annual fund management, strategic planning, and leadership. However, her most profound revelation came from the heart—realizing the inherent challenge of balancing a thriving career with the demands of motherhood within the traditional 'in-house' fundraising model. Passionate about addressing the struggles faced by working parents, especially in the mission-driven non-profit sector, Lacey embarked on a mission to redefine the narrative. Recognizing the toll on organizational well-being due to burnout and turnover, she envisioned a solution—thoughtful, well-supported parental leave. Lacey firmly believes that the non-profit sector can nurture stronger, more present, and more productive professionals by championing working parents. In doing so, she aspires to inspire the next generation of changemakers—our children. In this episode, you will be able to: Discover more about the intentional onboarding process. Discover a comprehensive approach to parental leave planning in the non-profit sector. Understand the emotional terrain of returning to work. Explore about building a supportive village. Learn how to bridge the gap between parenthood and professional success. Get all the resources from today's episode here. Many thanks to our sponsor, Overflow, for making this episode possible. This all-in-one platform features some of the lowest cash processing fees in the industry. Check out Overflow to help make your donations go further this holiday season. Learn more and get started at overflow.co/mallory Connect with me: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/whatthefundraising_ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/whatthefundraising YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@malloryerickson7946 LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/mallory-erickson-bressler/ Website: malloryerickson.com/podcast Loved this episode? Leave us a review and rating here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/what-the-fundraising/id1575421652 If you haven't already, please visit our new What the Fundraising community forum. Check it out and join the conversation at this link. If you're looking to raise more from the right funders, then you'll want to check out my Power Partners Formula, a step-by-step approach to identifying the optimal partners for your organization. This free masterclass offers a great starting point
به نام زن، زندگی، آزادی. بخش سوم از فصل سه. هدایت و رهبری استارتاپها - برند و استراتژی. چگونه به ذهن مشتری نفوذ کنیم؟چگونه یک برند آبجوساز مکزیکی توانست در کنار بهترینهای دنیا قرار بگیرد؟بررسی ابزارهای کلیدی در ایجاد رابطه و تسخیر ذهن مشتری---------------------در بیست و هشتمین اپیزود از فصل سه به همراه دکتر بهروز لطفیان به بررسی ابزارهای مهم درخلق جایگاه و نفوذ به ذهن مشتری پرداختهایم.در این اپیزود به چگونگی موفقیت برند آبجوسازی مکزیکی کرونا میپردازیم. --------------------- این برنامه به هیچ سازمان، موسسه و یا نهاد دولتی، سیاسی، مذهبی، مالی و یا خیره وابسته نمیباشد و مستقلا به سفارش شرکت زیر تهیه و تولید شده. BlueBirds Group----------------------شما میتوانید از طریق آدرس زیر با امیرعباس صدقی زاده، تهیه کننده و مجری برنامه درارتباط باشید. amir@Thenextstepshow.com----------------------درصورت تمایل وبدور از اجبار چنانچه مایل باشی میتوانید از تولید این برنامه حمایت کنید. لینک حمایت برنامه از طریق پیپالSupport the showاز شما دعوت میکنیم به جمع ما در صفحه اینستاگرام ملحق شوید. NSS Podcast Instagram Accountکانال یوتیوب برنامه:NSS YouTube Channel
Shiv Mehta, Limited Partner at MHC Digital Finance Web3 Fund and an advisor at Graviton Web3 Accelerator, shares his talk, “Fundraising for the Web3 Founder.” He shares his journey into venture capital, the importance of knowing your competition, and the resources for funding your Web3 startups. Episode: https://www.womenwhocode.com/blog/career-nav-72-fundraising-for-the-web3-founder/ Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9lmpmShQBFo
Barry Nickelsberg Talks about the Carter Foundation, President Jimmy Carter and his love for Rosalynn. This was recorded 5 days before Rosalynn's death. is the Chief Development Officer for Estate & Gift Planning at The Carter Center. Barry has worked in development for colleges and universities throughout the world for the past four decades. He has written three books on fundraising for notfor-profits, hosted a three-part series on Fundraising in America for PBS and twice chaired the World Congress on Philanthropy. Working alongside government officials, Barry designed and organized a “nonprofit experiment” for the People's Republic of China which opened that country to foreign adoption. Barry is a graduate of Ithaca College, received a Certificate from the Harvard Business School and completed his graduate work in Administration at Yale University. Barry organized and managed the first private sector campaign for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees ($400 million raised) ITESM (the MIT of Latin America-$254 million raised) and for the World Health Organization ($60 million raised). He is credited with helping not-for-profit organizations raise in excess of $1 billion.. Barry has worked at The Carter Center since 2009. The organization was founded in 1982 by President Jimmy Carter to help build democracies around the world and eradicate five tropical diseases. Most notably, The Carter Center is responsible for reducing the number of cases of Guinea worm throughout the world from 3.5 million in 1986 to less than 30 today. In addition, The Carter Center has monitored 106 elections worldwide and has brokered peace treaties through its Center for Conflict Resolution. www.cartercenter.org
Every week TWIG brings you a variety show full of segments ranging from news, reviews, interviews, and everything in-between to satisfy your geeky appetite!This week in geek:- Introductions- Scott Pilgrim Takes Off (Netflix Streaming Review)https://www.netflix.com/ca/title/81153115- Geek News-Blacklyte Athena (Gaming Computer Chair Review)https://goblacklyte.com/products/blacklyte-athena-black- Weird News- Ninja CREAMi (Kitchen Tech Appliance Review)https://www.ninjakitchen.com/products/ninja-creami-7-in-1-ice-cream-maker-zidNC301- What's Next?Show Notes:https://renegadegamestudios.com/game-type/role-playing-game/essence-20/Your Geekmasters:Mike "The Birdman" - https://twitter.com/BirdmanDoddAlex "The Producer" - https://twitter.com/DeThPhaseTWIGFeedback for the show?:Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgTwitter: https://twitter.com/thisweekingeekSubscribe to our feed: https://www.spreaker.com/show/3571037/episodes/feediTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/this-week-in-geek/id215643675Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3Lit2bzebJXMTIv7j7fkqqGoogle Podcasts: https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuc3ByZWFrZXIuY29tL3Nob3cvMzU3MTAzNy9lcGlzb2Rlcy9mZWVkWebsite: http://www.thisweekingeek.netNovember 19, 2023This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/3571037/advertisement
The director of engagement at CapitalCampaignPro.com talks about capital campaigns in the nonprofit sector and shares insights from their recent national research on the impact of campaigns on nonprofits. The fast-paced conversation with Steven Shattuck, elaborates on the value of data-driven research and strategic planning in successful capital campaigns, debunks some myths, and explains why nonprofits should strongly consider the benefits of feasibility studies in their fundraising efforts. The discussion touches on the success of capital campaigns despite challenges such as the COVID-19 pandemic and economic uncertainty. Steven emphasizes that bold and visionary leadership played a significant role in the success of these campaigns during challenging times. Steven says "When it comes to capital campaigns, it's worth remembering that bold leadership and vision can overcome external challenges. People needed help, and if you had a clear case for support with a sense of urgency, those are the people who won in the last three years." - They address the myth of capital campaign cannibalization, where organizations fear that launching a capital campaign will negatively impact their annual fund. The research showed that this fear is largely unfounded, with most organizations reporting that their annual funds either increased or remained stable during capital campaigns. You'll learn the importance of feasibility studies in capital campaigns. Steven shares how these studies not only help organizations determine their campaign's viability but also strengthen donor relationships, with organizations that conducted feasibility studies reporting stronger major donor relationships. Watch on video: https://bit.ly/3MRSiGGFollow us on the Twitter: @Nonprofit_ShowSend us your ideas for Show Guests or Topics: HelpDesk@AmericanNonprofitAcademy.comVisit us on the web:The Nonprofit Show
Daniel Martinez, a self-made entrepreneur, shares his journey on the "It Isn't For Everyone Podcast." Starting as a truck driver, Martinez transitioned to real estate and co-founded a SaaS company. He discusses the importance of perseverance and continuous learning in building a business from scratch. Martinez delves into real estate niches, particularly land investing, and shares insights into various sub-niches like financing, commercial, and triple net leases. He emphasizes the significance of mindset and adaptability in negotiating deals and achieving success in real estate. The podcast covers Martinez's experience with cash flowing land deals, lead generation strategies, and scaling a business. He highlights the role of community and education, showcasing his success with the "Hive Mind" community. Additionally, Martinez discusses real estate success stories among his students and emphasizes the importance of documenting life for future reference. Creative finance strategies for real estate deals, including seller financing, are explored. Martinez provides examples of negotiating a million-dollar house deal and leveraging other people's money for business growth. He shares insights on starting a real estate fund and using creative financing to acquire businesses. Martinez touches on entrepreneurship, mindset, and growth, emphasizing the role of OPM (Other People's Money) in achieving success. The podcast concludes with discussions on AI in business growth, the value of podcasting, and Martinez's expertise in finding deals and achieving success in real estate investing. • Building a business from scratch to billionaire status. 0:03 • Real estate niches and opportunities. 3:02 • Real estate investing and land profits. 5:19 • Cash flowing land deals and finding buyers. 10:41 • Lead generation strategies in real estate. 15:18 • Sales strategies and scaling a business. 19:53 • Building a successful real estate business through digital products and community building. 22:36 • Real estate success stories and student growth. 27:54 • Documenting life, content creation, and creative finance. 30:32 • Creative negotiation strategies for buying a million-dollar house. 36:13 • Creative financing for real estate deals. 38:51 • Creative finance strategies for real estate investing. 43:44 • Fundraising and starting a real estate fund. 48:37 • Buying businesses with seller financing and implementing a hive mind strategy. 52:29 • Using other people's money (OPM) in real estate investing. 54:17 • Entrepreneurship, mindset, and growth. 1:00:01 • Real estate investing and entrepreneurship with Daniel Martinez. 1:05:27 • Entrepreneurship, motivation, and personal growth. 1:09:15 • Entrepreneurship, business growth, and impact. 1:13:51 • Business growth strategies, ads, and consistency. 1:19:01 • AI, business growth, and podcasting. 1:25:29 Text
Ellen DaSilva is the visionary founder and CEO of Summer Health, a telehealth service that focuses on connecting parents to pediatricians and answering their questions via text within 15 minutes. At Summer Health, Ellen and her team are on a mission to radically simplify healthcare while addressing how we approach being and staying well. In this episode of Entreprenista, we sit down with Ellen as she delves into how telemedicine is playing a critical role in reshaping healthcare businesses today. She offers a unique perspective with data-driven insights and personal parenting stories that have inspired her work while also unpacking the challenges of today's fundraising scene. With 25+ investments under her belt, she gives a candid look at what investors really seek and why it's so important to build genuine relationships long before you ever ask for that check. For Ellen, this will always be more than just a business, so fostering a culture of passion and authenticity within her organization is a must. Discover how she curates her top-notch team and her secret interview questions that have made all the difference in her hiring process. You won't want to miss out on this power-packed episode, where you can get a glimpse into the future of telemedicine, continue to learn the art of raising capital, and so much more! We talked about: Ellen's time working at Twitter and the learning lessons from it The advantages of Telemedicine B2B vs Direct-to-consumer focus Summer Health's defining launch moment Passion pursuits and knowing when to switch gears Incentivizing word-of-mouth referrals Summer Health's price structure and business model Ambassador/Affiliate programs and how they function in the healthcare sector Fundraising and hiring strategies for startups Attracting high-caliber talent Effectively harnessing feedback Staying true to your vision and core values Adaptability, resilience, and staying scrappy Why having an eye towards scale is important for growth The future of healthcare and getting it on your own terms Members of our Entreprenista League get access to live Office Hours with top founders that have been on our show! Join the Entreprenista League today at entreprenista.com/join. We can't wait to welcome you, support you, and be part of your business journey! Connect with Ellen DaSilva: Summer Health USE CODE: ENTREPRENISTA & Get the first month free! Twitter Are you ready to make meaningful business connections that lead to real business results? Join our Entreprenista League community of women founders! You'll have access to a private community of like-minded Entreprenistas who are making an impact in business every day, special discounts on business products and solutions, exclusive content, private events, the opportunity to have your story featured on our website and social channels, and MORE! Whether you're looking to scale your existing business and want to make the right connections, or you're thinking about finally taking the leap to launch your business, we're here to give you access to a community of women who will celebrate and support you every step of the way. Join the Entreprenista League today at entreprenista.com/join. We can't wait to welcome you, support you, and be part of your business journey! Become An Entreprenista! Thanks for tuning into this week's episode of The Entreprenista Podcast - the most fun business meeting for women founders and leaders. . If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to the show and leave a review wherever you get your podcasts. Apple Podcasts | TuneIn | Spotify | Stitcher | iHeart Radio | GooglePlay Be sure to share your favorite episodes across social media to help us reach more amazing female founders, like you. Don't forget to follow us on Instagram, and LinkedIn and for more exclusive content, tips, and insight, join our community of founders right here.
On today's episode, we are joined by the incredible Tasha Whitener, founder of Waymark Foster, as she shares the inside scoop on the remarkable growth and success achieved in her most recent fundraising event.More about Waymark ForsterFollow us on social media!YouTubeInstagramLinkedInHGAFundraising.comIf you enjoyed this episode, please leave us a rating! Reach out to bailey@hgafundraising for guest speaker inquiries.
In this episode, we speak with Brian Saber, author, President of Asking Matters, and a veteran fundraiser with nearly four decades in the field. In his recently released fourth book, Fundraising for Introverts, Brian challenges the myth that it takes an extrovert to generate revenue for a good cause. We talk about his journey, the significance of close friendships, humor, parallel play, and vulnerability.
This episode of the National Link Trust Podcast features a recording from the 2023 Symposium on Municipal Golf. Bill Potter, Vice President of Communications and Engagement at First Tee - Greater Richmond, moderates a discussion on Fundraising and Marketing. Joining Bill are Marty Elgison, Co-founder and President of the Bobby Jones Golf Course Foundation (GA), Tim Andersen, Founder of Barrier Free Golf, and David Wagner, Board Member of the Highland Park Golf Foundation (OH). These panelists have relevant experience in planning and executing municipal golf renovation projects across the country, making for an interesting and valuable discussion. To support National Links Trust, join our Capital Club program or grab some NLT gear at ShopNLT.com.
Every year Q4 tends to be one of the busiest times of the year. As businesses prepare for the next year, the true to-dos originate from the holiday season. Thanksgiving kicks everything off with a giving mindset. From here, consumers move towards Black Friday shopping and Cyber Monday sales, to eventually be rounded out with Giving Tuesday. The end-of-the-year season is exceptionally time-consuming, but Thanksgiving Thursday through Giving Tuesday is even busier. This is especially true for Michelle Boggs, the Executive Nonprofit Industry Advisor at Classy. Tosha and Michelle's conversation will certainly provide some keen insights into strategies and tactics businesses can use around the giving season.
In this week's episode, I have Sean & Erin Behen on to talk about their son, Thomas, who passed away 6 years ago and the Thomas Behen Fund they set up in his name. They're doing a lot of great things to support the local community and someday soon, hope to open a Day Camp for children on some land they purchased in Sebago. Thomas LOVED fishing and the outdoors, they hope to keep his memory alive thru this camp.If you are at all in the position to, please consider donating to the Thomas Behen Fund, for more information check out their website below.EPISODE LINKSWebsite: www.thomasbehen.comInstagram: @tsbfundPODCAST LINKS
Originally published on Tuesday, November 15th, 2022Today, in the Hot Notes; Donald wanted his political enemies to be audited by the IRS; the Supreme Court says the 1/6 Committee can get Kelli Ward's phone records with two notable dissents; an oversight report reveals Donald violated the Emoluments Clause of the Constitution; Trump tries to claim that stealing documents makes them personal records; a suspect is in custody in the UVA shooting; plus Allison delivers your Good News.Steve Piersonhttps://twitter.com/BluesBoySteveSteve Pierson for California Assemblyhttps://www.piersonforca.com/How We Win (currently on hiatus)https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/how-we-win/id1477279890Follow AG and Dana on Twitter:Dr. Allison Gill Follow Mueller, She Wrote on Posthttps://twitter.com/MuellerSheWrotehttps://twitter.com/dailybeanspodhttps://www.tiktok.com/@muellershewrotehttps://instagram.com/muellershewroteDana Goldberghttps://twitter.com/DGComedyhttps://www.instagram.com/dgcomedyhttps://www.facebook.com/dgcomedyhttps://shop.dailybeanspod.com/products/crimes-t-shirtHave some good news, a confession, a correction, or a case for Beans Court?https://www.dailybeanspod.com/confessional/Listener Survey:http://survey.podtrac.com/start-survey.aspx?pubid=BffJOlI7qQcF&ver=short