I launched a Reader Questions series on the blog a little less than a year ago, but I have to admit I have been lazy about soliciting questions for it. The one time I asked for reader questions I got great ones and did a couple of blog posts responding to those questions here and here. But then I got busy and stopped soliciting questions.
So I want to reinvigorate the Reader Questions series now. I’d love to more consistently answer questions from readers and turn it into a much more regular series.
And I need your help. I’d love to hear about what issues are really tripping you up, what hurdles you encounter, what you’d like to learn more about.
So send me your questions about:
- Getting your board moving
- Being up front with donors
- Empowering your staff
- Raising capacity capital
- Developing a financing plan
- Finding new donors
- Creating a strategic plan
- Articulating your message
- Growing a nonprofit
- And anything else…
Whatever you struggle with and want to learn more about. Because the beauty of it is, if you are struggling with something, there are probably 100 other people who are as well, and they’d love to learn from your experience.
So if you start sending me your questions, I promise to be more consistent about the series. You can submit your questions on the Reader Questions blog page, in the comments of this blog post, on the Social Velocity Facebook page, or by sending an email to email@example.com. And don’t worry, if your question is a sensitive one, you can ask to remain anonymous.
I can’t wait to hear your great questions. Thanks!
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