Do you need to become more comfortable and effective asking your best donors face-to-face for gifts?
Do you struggle with:
fear of rejection
knowing what to request
fear of asking for too much or too little
how to make the actual ask
figuring out who to solicit
trying to get your whole team asking…
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Deadline: October 26th, 2018
Welcome to Asking Matters: Home of the Asking Styles
The breakthrough concept of the Asking Styles makes it possible for anyone to become a more effective fundraiser. Your Asking Style is based on your personality and unique set of strengths when asking for gifts. You’ll be confident and comfortable making face-to-face asks once you know yours.
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There are several important lessons you need to understand when it comes to asking for the big bucks. Today I want to share three of them with you. Getting these three things right ultimately led to the largest single donation I’ve ever solicited in my entire life.
Now, while I can’t guarantee that if you follow these lessons you’ll bring in millions of dollars like I did, I can promise that if you DON’T understand these three things you’re putting yourself in a much tougher position
If you’re like most fundraisers, you’ve got way too many potential prospects. Some days it seems as if everyone can be a prospect – including your mother! The sheer magnitude of the job is enough to stop you dead in your tracks.
But here’s the thing. If you set out to cultivate everyone, you’ll cultivate no one. And if you cultivate no one, I can guarantee your solicitations won’t result in the gifts your organization needs to thrive