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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.
  • A drunken stranger who comes up to you in the street and rambles on at you, you just want him to get out of the way as soon as possible.
  • a source of instant connection for adults who live increasingly isolated lives in assisted living facilities and away from their families, often struggling with depression as a result.
  • Pgnjkeynote

    1. 1. A Paradigm Shift: Next Practices Lynne M. Wester @donorguru April 25, 2012
    2. 2. Involvement vs. Commitment
    3. 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. 4. Too Much Looks Like Everything Else
    5. 5. Creativity + Implementation = Innovation “The Bad Clip Art Slide”
    6. 6. Why Not?
    7. 7. TAKE A RISK
    8. 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. 9. Who Are You?
    10. 10. Decision Time
    11. 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. 12. WE MUST NOT:
    13. 13. INSTEAD:
    14. 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. 15. Changing the Face of Communication
    16. 16. • Powerful• Emotional• Phenomenal
    17. 17. THANK YOU!• Lynne M. Wester• @donorguru• Friend Me!• Connect with me!• www.donorrelationsguru.com• wester@yu.edu

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