What do you spend more time on? Asking or thanking?
I’d appreciate it if you’d take this quick 3-question survey and let me know. I’m taking the pulse of the community, and I will report back to you.
Go ahead. Take the quick quiz now. Then come back and read the rest of this article.
I’m guessing you picked “asking.” That’s what the lion’s share of nonprofits do (I think – but tell me your truth in the survey). If you did pick “asking,” it’s a BIG mistake.
Don’t get me wrong. I’m not here to shame or blame you. Of course you have to ask. The number one reason people don’t give is they aren’t asked.
But… research shows most asks are being squandered.
Because most nonprofits have their priorities backwards.
If this is you, it may be time for a make-over.
First, ask yourself this important question:Details