A sailboat without a sail might float. For a long time, in fact. But without a sail, it can’t go anywhere, can’t fulfill its function. Floating is insufficient. – Seth Godin For you to ask and answer Is your nonprofit floating, or sailing? Are your development efforts floating, or sailing? Are your marketing communications efforts…
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- Is Your Nonprofit Floating or Sailing?
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Monday Jun 19, 2017
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