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January 4, 2022 51 mins
Are you ready for the second season of What the Fundraising? Before we properly start a new season, we take a look back to highlight some of the most interesting lessons from last season's episodes with my friend and nonprofit game-changer, Vik Harrison. Vik links each one of these favorite moments to her experience being the creative leader of charity: water, a successful nonprofit she co-founded with her (now) husband, Scott Harrison! We examine the value of celebrating small victories, discuss ways to deal with rejection, and we talk about a number of ways to see beyond the limiting beliefs in the nonprofit world. 02:05 - Introducing Vik Harrison, a creative storyteller and co-founder of the nonprofit project charity: water. 07:40 - Why celebrating small victories makes the work easier: Breaking down the ‘beggar’s mindset’. 14:13 - Creating Community through a solid brand culture: Welcome rituals and helping partner organizations to spread your message right. 21:13 - Exit the tunnel vision: Negative thought cycles and how to use curiosity and transparency to avoid them. 28:50 - How to deal with rejection and negative feedback in a nonprofit: On emotional components, vulnerability, inner safety, sharing stories, deep beliefs and practices. 36:06 - The brain rewire: On shame loss, apps for mind and body healing and overcoming limiting beliefs. 44:14 - Future winner long-game mindset: What can be learned from political fundraising.
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