Mastering the Quick No

The difference between successful people and really successful people is that really successful people say no to almost everything. Warren Buffett CHICAGO – Saying no is probably the most useful skill that you can develop if you want to be productive and successful in business and in life. The skill of saying no is not a weakness. It is a valuable tool of the professional who respects herself, her time and the time of others. Saying no means intentionally turning down tasks, activities and demands from others that stop you from focusing on and completing your own goals. Real productivity is more than just an accumulation of completed activities that you can check off your to-do list. It’s a

Good Ethics Equal Increased Donor Trust for Nonprofits

CHICAGO - The number one reason donors don’t give is because they don’t trust the nonprofit sector and/or the specific organization. Choosing the right ethical path for your organization could help change that perception and boost your donations. Knowing the most common ethical challenges that a nonprofit faces is the first step in establishing trust and credibility with your donors. Leaders, staff and volunteers should all operate under the same set of ethical guidelines when representing the organization. Let's review the top five ethical issues facing nonprofits: External Conflicts of Interest Be aware of donors who are contributing to further their own mission, rather than yours. Learn





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