Inspired by Tim Ferriss’ Challenge to support teachers in the classroom by spreading the word about DonorsChoose.org, aka “Kickstarter for the Classroom”. See: http://wp.me/psT6P-2tm
Start Building Your Social Capital Now, Before You Need It
Whether or not you recall that Rolling Stones song entitled: “You Can’t Always Get What You Want”, the lyrics in the following stanza…
Fundraising with Diversity of Preferences in Mind
Does it even matter as long as the job gets done in the end?
Having all the knowledge in the world is meaningless, if you do nothing with that knowledge.
When a traffic-officer directs traffic,drivers move their vehicles in the direction that the officer indicates that they should go.
We’ve all heard those clever AT&T “It’s Not Complicated” commercials.
“That won’t work.”
“Why don’t they just do this or that?”
As you may already know, the way that Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs works is that until our most basic-level needs are met, we don’t usually…
Why hold a school fundraiser at the end of the school year?
Asking for assistance is a humbling experience and not everyone is comfortable doing it.
Regardless of whether or not you already are someone who supports some sort of charitable organization in any variety of ways,no matter if…
For example, consider the recent Oklahoma Tornado Tragedy.
I was rather surprised to see some of the more critical comments that were coming in on Tim Ferriss’ fourhourworkweek.com
[Note: Regardless of whether or not the contest that I’m about to mention next is relevant to you or not, I ask you to continue reading…
How do you put a timeframe around a project that has many variables and many unknowns?
Getting right to the point, the most motivating line in the recent announcement for the 4-Hour Chef Giveback Campaign which features the…
In browsing through the many open projects that classroom teachers across the country in the U.S.
I am not a teacher by profession. Nor do I have any children of my own, which, by the way, is something that I am totally fine with, and…
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