Category Archives: Fearless & Funded

Show Me The Money

Okay, if you have been following me for a while, you may get the impression that I compare starting and sustaining a nonprofit to being in a relationship (and sometimes not a very good one). Well, the truth is that … Continue reading

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A For-Profit State of Mind

  In addition to coaching and consulting for nonprofits, I am founder of the Wellness Revealed Project.  The Wellness Revealed Project like Perfecting Wellness, LLC: Nonprofit  Coaching & Consulting is under the umbrella of Ty Boone Enterprises.  An important concept … Continue reading

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The Good Foot

  Obtaining a 501c3 status is really a “big deal” and should be taken seriously. Establishing your organization on the “good foot” (starting it the right way), can put you in the position for start-up success. Earlier this week, I … Continue reading

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The Thrill Is Gone

Most people who start a nonprofit do so as the result of being genuinely passionate about a specific cause or population.  The early stages of deciding to form a nonprofit resemble that of falling in love… or at least being … Continue reading

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A Board that “Brings It”

Most states require only 3 board members on the board of directors in order to incorporate a nonprofit. Depending on the situation, it has been my experience that many new nonprofits are started by a small group of friends, colleagues, … Continue reading

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Got Money?

It is usually the case that new and under-experienced nonprofit organizations experience a huge problem when they attempt to raise funding. What is this problem? The problem is that they are not receiving any money, or at at least not … Continue reading

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