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You may encounter many defeats, but you must not be defeated.   In fact, it may be necessary to encounter the defeats, so you can know who you are, what you can rise from, how you can still come out of it.

Maya Angelou (1928 – 2014), Poet/Writer/Civil Rights Activist


I am a slow walker, but I never walk back”.

Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States


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Robin Morgan


Unconditional Service: Robin Morgan’s Non-profit Mission

I was raised to be, not a servant, but a person who is willing to serve unconditionally.   And the good Lord didn’t put you here to just make money, to just be a family.   He put you here to leave a legacy.

And that can be knowledge, that can be money, that can be service. To me, it’s service.  The more [people] I can connect with, the more people I can connect.   I thrive on that!”


Unconditional Service: Robin Morgan’s Non-profit Mission

Financial Talk for Non-profits: From a Seasoned Pro

Good Non-profit Leaders: Seeing the Forest Too!

5 Habits of People who Start Non-profits Successfully

4 Must-have Qualities of Exceptional Non-profit Leaders

Non-profit Leadership: Tell-tale Signs of an Ineffective Leader

Successful Time Management for Non-profit Leaders

Read More Series Snapshot: Robin Morgan (Non-profits)

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“Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate.

Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure”.

Marianne Williamson (Our Greatest Fear)


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Immeasurable power, not inadequacy

If you take ALL the right pre-launch steps in starting a non-profit, your passion with have a powerful impact!   It will not be inadequate.  But you must take these steps . . . and know what to do in the early years of your organization too.

The success of your 501(c)3 will be a function of much more than the depth of your passion!

  • One risks inadequacy if they are simply passionate, but lack funds, a solid plan, or haven’t done their due diligence.

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Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed until it is faced.”

James Baldwin


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Your challenges: Face them, don’t deny them

LINK: The Life of a Non-profit: Growth & Growing Pains (Robin Morgan)

“A lot of non-profits hit the middle stage of growth – and the vexing growing pains which go with it . . . Some organizations grow to this stage, suffer growing pains, and then get stuck! They reach a plateau, a middle stage plateau, and stay stuck there. They never move forward. Some non-profits, however, do move forward.”


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If you have the right people at the table, when you plan new community services, you’ll be much more effective.  In this post, Delquanda Turner shares who should be involved in the early planning phase – those you serve (your constituents) and, ideally, other partner organizations.

  • Taking a broad-based approach to planning is, Turner feels, the way to go.  Choosing a ‘go it alone’ approach isn’t.

Read More It Takes a Village: Planning for Community Leaders

Non-profits: Better Outcomes

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