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Philanthropic Failures Are Not Always a Bad Thing

Yes – there is failure in philanthropy. And it’s a good thing. Last month, well before the SSIR article, “Getting the Best Possible Failures in Philanthropy” was released, I was talking with a funder about taking risks and possible failure. … Continue reading

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Not Taking Risks Could be the Biggest Risk of All!

All of us take risks in our lives – everyday. Some are seemingly small (crossing the street) and some require much more courage (being the lone outspoken voice in a small group of relative strangers). And many of us have … Continue reading

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