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2021 Nonprofit Book Roundup with Teresa Huff, Grant Writing Simplified Podcast

Success Leaves Clues: 2021 Nonprofit Book Roundup [Episode 71]

Learning is important, but we can't stay there.
We also need to step up and take ACTION.

Always Be Learning

“Success leaves clues.” The first time I heard that statement was from Dr. Johnathan Kraus in Episode 27.
 
 
I thought I’d better sit up and pay attention.
 

Learning Is Vital, But We Can’t Stay There

We can’t get stuck in learning mode alone. We also need to take ACTION. This is a big part of the Fast Track to Grant Writer VIP Program. Sure, we have plenty of supportive community and accountability, but the lessons are strategically designed for those who are ready to take serious action.
 
After going through the first few modules, the Fast Track to Grant Writer students are taking action – having conversations with prospective clients, setting up meetings, and figuring out their services. They already have a solid understanding of what types of services they can offer nonprofits – plus a group to support them and share ideas.
 
They’ve learned the importance of both learning AND action.
 

2021 Nonprofit Book Roundup 

I enjoy learning from others too; that’s why I always ask my guests to share a resource that’s been especially helpful to them.  
 
Here we go – the latest book roundup for 2021:
 
  1. Asking: A 59-Minute Guide to Everything Board Members, Volunteers, and Staff Must Know to Secure the Gift – Jerold Panas  Dr. Jonathan Kraus (Ep 27)
  2. When Helping Hurts: How to Alleviate Poverty Without Hurting the Poor . . . and Yourself – Steve Corbett and Brian Fikkert  Rodney Olsen (Ep 48)
  3. The Ambassador’s Journey: A Parable about Nonprofit Board Leadership – by Brian Brandt and Ashley Kutach  Brian Brandt (Ep 57)
  4. The Go-Giver – by John David Mann & Bob Burg  Alesha Mathis (Ep 67)
  5. I HAVE MY 501(C)3! NOW WHAT?!?: Your Blueprint to Starting Your Nonprofit Without Being the Sole Funder by Alesha Mathis  
  6. The Givers – by David Callahan  Shannon McCracken (Ep 70)
  7. Willpower Doesn’t Work – by Benjamin Hardy
  8. Master of One: Find and Focus on the Work You Were Created to Do – by Jordan Raynor
  9. A Million Little Ways: Uncover the Art You Were Made to Live – by Emily P. Freeman

If you’re ready to step up your nonprofit game in 2022, join me on the Fast Track to Grant Writer. The world needs you.

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