“Friendly competition.” Is there such a thing?
You see football players greet each other after a well fought game. We hear (but see less and less) of politicians getting to know each other on friendlier terms when they’re not in front of the cameras. Maybe you and someone you know have a friendly competition over something like cooking (hey, we’re all winners in that one!) Continue reading Friendly competition. Does it work?
If you’ve been in nonprofit consulting for more than 20 minutes, you’ve certainly heard the words “We don’t have a lot of money. You think you could just [insert your service here] to help us out?” If they don’t directly say it, they certainly imply that they want you to give your service to them for free. After all, they’re a nonprofit (they remind you). Continue reading Thank you for volunteering your services?
Your criteria for selecting clients? Yeah, something more than a pulse and a wallet?!
Not that being alive and being able to pay the bills is bad. They’re essential.
Continue reading Your criteria for selecting clients?