Mentor the Kid and the CEO with Ty Vanatta

December 5, 2017

It's the little things in life that can make a huge impact.  Ty Vanatta knows that first hand.  After a rough childhood, being actively against reading, getting in trouble, and nearly landing in jail, he turned his life around with the help of a mentor.  

Today, Ty is sharing the wisdom of his mentor, Tom Pace, author of Mentor the Kid and the CEO-A Simple Story of Overcoming Challenges and Achieving Significance. From the little things you can do everyday to make your life better to the list of books to make you a better person in business and life, together Ty and Tom are making the world better one mentor at a time. 

Marjorie and Natalie loved this book and know you will too. Go get it today... or get one for everyone you know!

 

Contact Ty at 405-752-0940 or on Facebook or on Twitter

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A Life in Development with Scott Lange of Jerold Panas, Linzy & Partners Live from AFP St. Louis

September 26, 2017

Scott R. Lange has done it all... university and hospital major gifts, capital campaigns, consulting, creating a CRM, and now as CEO and Executive Partner of Jerold Panas, Linzy, and Partners charged with maintain the legacy of the granddaddy of professional fundraising, Jerold Panas.

Marjorie sat down with him at AFP St. Louis's Annual Conference to for a talk as wide ranging as his 30 year career. You'll hear his two biggest fundraising lessons, what AFP means to him, the future of fundraising and his advice to those just coming into the sector.  And Marjorie trips him up with the toughest question of all for consultants. 

You can contact Scott at scottlange@panaslinzy.com. And while you're at it, grab one of the many, many, many genius books for fundraisers produced by Jerold Panas, Linzy, and Partners at http://www.panaslinzy.com/index.php/resources-jpl/bookstore

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Make Your Nonprofit Happy and Healthy with Beth Kanter On Location from AFP St. Louis

September 12, 2017

This week, 501Crossroads is on location at the AFP St. Louis Conference on Philanthrophy.  Beth Kanter, Master Trainer, Author, Blogger, Speaker Extrodinaire sat down with Marjorie to talk about everything in the nonprofit and tech world, mindfulness, the best conferences out there, and how to plan the best meetings. 

You can get Beth's latest book (and Marjorie's bible) Happy Healthy Nonprofit on Amazon or any great book seller. 

Check out the Emerging Leaders Playbook at http://www.emergingleader.co/

And connect with Beth on her website, on Twitter, on Facebook. Plus on her website, you'll find more ways to connect and her fantastic blog on all things nonprofit, tech, and balanced living. 

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7 Steps to Fundraising FREEDOM with Mary Valloni

December 27, 2016

Have you ever wanted to run a fundraising event?  Maybe one that raises $500k in it's first year in a small town?  It's not magic, but it does take work and following the 7 Steps. 

Mary Valloni comes back to the show (our first return guest!) to share her secrets and tell us all about her upcoming book, Fundraising Freedom!

Follow Mary on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/maryvalloniconsulting and check out her website at http://www.maryvalloni.com/ to keep up and get more tips and ideas about how to make your next fundraiser or campaign success. And of course, the book launches on January 17, but you can pre-order it right now on Amazon or any other fine retailer of books! 

 

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Magical Nonprofit Unicorn Vu Le

October 25, 2016

They say never meet your heroes, but we did and we're even more impressed! 

Vu Le is the writer behind Nonprofit with Balls, a nonprofit humor blog taking the sector by storm.  He fights nonprofit inferiority complexes each and everyday as the founder of the Nonprofit Happy Hour and ED Happy Hour Facebook groups. He speaks to and inspires groups nationwide about fakequity, cooperation, and the importance of remembering nonprofits have the most attractive professionals across all sectors.  In his spare time, he runs the organization that he founded, Rainier Valley Corps, which trains emerging leaders of color in the Seattle area.
We sat down with Vu behind the scenes of the Network for Strong Communities' Momentum Conference where we talked about the blog, life in nonprofits, and made Vu pick a side between the Walking Dead and Game of Thrones.  
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