My number of non-profit clients have been growing steadily. I’ve helped several people move from dreams of making millions by taking a company public to pursuing their true passion to teach public speaking.
For many of you, a non-profit may be the way to go. Get involved in the new movement toward Social Entrepreneurship.
On tonight’s episode of The 16 Week Challenge WebTV show, I will share with you a few simple steps to doing well in the non-profit arena.
Date: Monday, January 10th
Time: 7-8pm EST
A few key insights include:
1. Start with your passion and experience
2. After-school programs are in high demand
3. Begin with an in-school presentation
4. Develop your curriculum
5. Recruit a social scientist to document your success
6. Identify the funders of similar programs
7. Host an event for the public that demonstrates your success
8. Attract celebrities
9. Write a book or produce a documentary
10. Partner with a University
Aside from the WebTV show tonight, you can see me in action as I help Derek Philips grow his non-profit with a Daddy/Daughter Dance. As the proud father of a 13 year-old princess, this event brings me to tears every time I attend.
Join our planning call on Thursday and FB group. Maybe this is a non-profit concept that we can bring to your city.
Planning Call for the 4th Annual Daddy Daughter Dance
Join this call to help us plan the event in NYC on 2/12 and bring this
concept to your city.
Date: Thursday, January 13th
Time: 9:30pm-10:30pm EST
Dial: 718-290-9983 pin 149924#
Join our FB group – http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=326173930936
I hope to connect with you tonight on The 16 Week Challenge!
Expect the Best,
Small Business Camp
P.S. Don’t forget to register for my 3-Day Small Business Revival in Orlando, FL. Join us in-person or over the phone. Visit http://sbcorlando.eventbrite.com/