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  • Rouseau: A purely voluntary deed is certainly something I like doing. But when the recipient uses it as a claim on further favor and rewards me with hate if I refuse, when he insists on my being his perpetual benefactor just because I initially took pleasure in helping him, then charity becomes burdensome and pleasure vanishes. There is a kind of contract, indeed the most sacred of contracts, between the benefactor and the recipient. These are not explicit conditions but they are the natural consequence of the relationship.
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    • 1. A Paradigm Shift: Next Practices Lynne M. Wester @donorguru April 25, 2012
    • 2. Involvement vs. Commitment
    • 3. We innovate not for the sake of being different but because itchallenges us to move forward and shed the old guards of the past while challenging conventional wisdom.
    • 4. Too Much Looks Like Everything Else
    • 5. Creativity + Implementation = Innovation “The Bad Clip Art Slide”
    • 6. Why Not?
    • 7. TAKE A RISK
    • 8. FAILURE• For every failure we had we had spreadsheets that looked awesome.• “ If anything goes bad then I did it. If anything goes semi-good then we did it. If anything goes real good then you did it.” – Bear Bryant
    • 9. Who Are You?
    • 10. Decision Time
    • 11. WE NEED:• More imaginative and courageous communications• All we need to do is to write brilliantly, package it superbly, and to present it in a way that will captivate, thrill and inspire
    • 12. WE MUST NOT:
    • 13. INSTEAD:
    • 14. Social Media and Planned Giving• Two Years Ago:• The #1 growing demographic on Facebook was women age 55 +• NOW:• The 74-plus demographic is the fastest growing demographic among social networks**Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project
    • 15. Changing the Face of Communication
    • 16. • Powerful• Emotional• Phenomenal
    • 17. THANK YOU!• Lynne M. Wester• @donorguru• Friend Me!• Connect with me!• www.donorrelationsguru.com• wester@yu.edu