The Verities

The Verities(Page 3)
You Are Hard to Please

You are not easily satisfied. Only the very best will do. (more…)

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It Must Benefit the Donor

Donors give to what they want to give to. It may not be what you want. (more…)

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You Pull up the Roots to See If the Flowers Are Still Growing

In fundraising, patience is not necessarily a virtue. You are seldom satisfied with the progress. (more…)

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The Successful Fundraisers Have Focus

To them, the definition of focus is knowing exactly what they want to be today, tomorrow, and the end of the fiscal year. And the…

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Embrace Mistakes

As successful as they are, the great fundraisers seek men and women to pattern their life and work after. They search for role models. (more…)

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Common Sense Is a Prime Requisite

There is a major difference between the non-achiever and the peak performer. It’s common sense. (more…)

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The Elusive Characteristic

It’s almost impossible to define. My fundraisers were tall and short. Thin and not so thin. Of all ages. (more…)

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It Takes Hard Work

The difference between winning and losing, and being the best and being the near-best, is hard work. It is important to dream. But it is…

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Your Creed Is to Grow or Go

Peak performers live with high uncertainty and constant change. On a high wire without a safety net. They somehow seem to take it all in…

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