The Non-Profit Narrative is designed to help nonprofits apply storytelling principles to their day-to-day operations and communications for maximum impact. Applying the idea that all organizations have great stories to tell, Dan Portnoy encourages nonprofits to interpret fundraising and engagement through the perspective of storytelling. This proven process has helped nonprofits raise millions of dollars, attract donors, and make a profound impact for their cause.
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I had to switch books while driving because this one was lulling me to sleep. Let me spare you the read: run your online campaigns creatively. But for a story about stories, there are shockingly few illustrations of the ideas, and few examples of success in following his main point- which is run everything like it us a story. Plus there is little time given to showing that his thesis is even valid. And the narrator's reading style is lilting and predictable, making for a great bedtime storyyyyzzzz. So buy and listen and see if you agree!
This was unexpectedly useful information. The author demonstrates, utilizes his own teaching in the telling of his story. Enthusiasm is incomplete description, but it comes through in his voice. He Understands the nature of the problem; have something meaningful to say, be honest about it, know who you are speaking too and how to use media to be heard. This book is a reference now. Much thanks for writing.
The entire book was to the point and very helpful. I will listen to it more in the future,and reference it when I need more inspiration and ideas forsure
This book is a must read for those either running a non profit or in management at all levels of a non profit. The author supplies useful tips that can be immediately employed.
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