Here are seven ways how I have helped get myself ‘in the zone’.
The clues to the future, and most importantly what you need to do now, can be found if you understand how we got here. And that understanding will spur you on to get cracking immediately.
You need to take time to understand why fundraising has to change – it will help you get the how right.
At SolarAid we have rolled out the garage our latest creation. It’s called the Speed of Light.
Your donors… really are gold dust as it’s not what they give it’s who they share with…the time of the emotional fundraiser has come.
Its probably the one word we all love to hear and read. Our name.
This is my 25th year as a fundraiser! Over that time there I’ve gathered some working habits that you might find useful. Here are my top 10 tips.
I had a piece in The Guardian last week about failure and how it has been a spring board to success for the charity/non-profit I fundraise for, SolarAid. I had some great feedback. The jist being “what a great story”. You can read it here. Which got me thinking. Take any Spielberg film, or any Hollywood…
We tend to to reasonably think what we can do with the resources we’ve got – but with a BHAG you have to think much bigger.
So if we want to build relationships we need to listen more.