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Entries in Change (12)

Monday
Jul152019

How expensive is that pro bono service?

It sounds like a dream to find someone to do something your organization needs but that you don’t want to pay for. I’m sure there are plenty of success stories. But there’s a flip side.

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Thursday
Jan172019

Why you should create some fake news 

Today was one of the first mornings in a long time that I read the news and smiled. I actually couldn’t wait until my partner woke up so I could share this fleeting moment of amusement with him. Amid the daily pummel of catastrophes was an article about real fake news.

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Monday
Nov262018

The magic of commitment: keep yourself moving forward

The year is coming to a close, and if you need some last minute encouragement, to propel your commitment to a new venture or building revenue for a current one, read on.

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Tuesday
Jun192018

Which end of the telescope do you use?

Today’s entrepreneurial nonprofit leader, the subject of an upcoming event with the same name, is operating way above the day-to-day. In fact along with their telescopes aimed out far, they’re supplementing with drone camera imagery, filling in the details of the landscape to make bold—and sometimes uncomfortable decisions—for the organization.

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Monday
Mar262018

Create stronger systems through collaboration

Collaboration is an increasingly important activity in our modern world. The best collaborations begin with getting the right people together.

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