How to Raise Funds for Non-profit

5 startup mistakes that nonprofit founders make [Video]

5 startup mistakes that nonprofit founders make

When you’re starting a nonprofit, the excitement immediately kicks in because you’re starting something new. As a nonprofit founder, you have a dream and a vision and you dive right in, but there are common mistakes I see nonprofit founders make when they want to start a nonprofit organization. I’m sharing 5 mistakes in this video. Here’s the breakdown:

00:00 Introduction
01:11 Not having clear boundaries with money and time
04:24 Not accepting early enough that you’re a leader
07:14 Being afraid to speak up
10:57 Not being audacious enough
14:41 Not investing enough time in people

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