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Two successful entrepreneurs who are now coaching a variety of CEO's and Leaders to move them past their obsticles on their way to maximum impact. These guys see their clients and you as Superheroes and themselves as Sidekicks. Learn from experts on the best business strategies, creating unforgettable branding, fund raising, and daily winning at building your company. Learn how to inspire world-class teams. We are here to help develop your super powers.
 
Hosted by your favorite non-profit bean counters, Jon Lam & Tiffany Lee, the Coaching for Non-Profits Podcast explores building world-class nonprofit organizations through engaging with leaders and executives that are on a mission to create positive change. Topics include financial management, fundraising, organizational development, change management, HR, board of directors, and IT. Connect with Jon at: jon@coachingfornonprofits.com
 
Jewish University System is a 501(C)(3) non-for-profit organization that offers doctoral degrees with religious modifiers in the areas of Educational Leadership, Psychology & Jewish & Religious Studies. This up-and-coming University is also focusing on tackling social justice issues such as antisemitism, discrimination, domestic violence, human trafficking, employment harassment, and Cyber-Security, just to name a few. To enroll simply visit: www.jewishuniversitysystem.net and click on the a ...
 
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Kerry and Sandy Petersen are the owners and founder of Northern Lights Pizza Company in Central iowa and the Kansas City area. Kerry is the co-counder of the Truth Leadership Academy along with Joel in Des Moines Iowa. Kerry talks about the upside-down leadership model that propels his company through exceptional leadership. Kerry has a passion to …
 
Meet Pastor George Tone whose church, just outside Bucharest Romania, has helped house not only Ukrainian Guests, but also 21 Nigerian Medical Students (Including Daniel who was on the podcast earlier this week). Hear his perspective and how he and his church partners have been providing much-needed relief and support. Pastor George's full intervie…
 
For this episode, Jason & Trevor riff on how it's never too late to say YES whether it be adding last-minute fundraising items, trying something new or reaching out to donors. Click here to watch our webinars, follow us on social media, visit our website + more!HGAGroup LLC
 
Kerry and Sandy Petersen are the owners and founder of Northern Lights Pizza Company in Central iowa and the Kansas City area. Kerry, Joe and Joel talk about the humble beginnings that often accompany the journey of an entrepreneur. Our company story began in 1994 when we borrowed $3,000 and took over a failed pizza shop in Clive, Iowa. With that m…
 
Check out Nigerian Medical Student Daniel Oyesanya's story as he shares about having to navigate his team of 23 colleagues from their university in Kyiv, Ukraine to Romania as the war started. Daniel's full interview is up now on ShaunWinn.com or your favorite podcast platform.ShaunWinn.com
 
Joe and Joel talk about the importance to understand what debt is, it's dangers and the potential to utilize it if you are able to keep it in perspective. Am I buying an asset that is going to add money to my pocket? or am I buying something that is going to take money out of my pocket. Debt can be leverage if done properly. But don't get it wrong.…
 
Jordan Harmon is the Co-Founder at Angel Studios, VidAngel, and Cove | eCommerce Consultant - Fractional CMO at Harmon Brothers Consulting. Jordan talks about the ingenius methods Angel Studios is using to bring quality, meaningful entertainment to to world by stripping down the innefficient self serving methods of the past. The Chosen may very wel…
 
Tune in to this exclusive webinar discussion where your hosts, Trevor Nelson and Jason Ledlow talk about how using consignment could go wrong and hurt your event. Join us every Thursday at 12 PM CST for our webinars! Click here to sign up for webinar reminders. Click here to view our social media & more!…
 
Chris Rohloff is a radio personality, with 20 years in broadcasting. He works for the Des Moines Radio Group helping local businesses with growing their business. He is also one of the co-fouders of the Truth Business Network in Urbandale Iowa. Communicating the right message is the foundation to marketing. Chris is an expert at crafting a creative…
 
Chris Rohloff is a radio personality, with 20 years in broadcasting. He works for the Des Moines Radio Group helping local businesses with growing their business. He is also one of the co-fouders of the Truth Business Network in Urbandale Iowa. Chris talks about using radio as a medium for marking your business.…
 
Bill Darpino is a coach for Superhero Sidekick Coaching. Bill is an expert event planner and orgainzer. He talks about planning, leadership and inspiration. Leading volunteers is an art and a science, but most of all, it's a joy to lead people toward a great cause! Culture development is the key. See more about Bill at www.superherosidekick.com…
 
Why Do We Make So Many Wrong Conclusions? Heuristics - Instinctual Conclusions Prioritizes Efficiency before Certainty 1. Binary Based Conclusions · Black & White, True or False, Yes or No · If it's what I see, it must be · Based on subjective observation · Downside - Not everything is as it seems, most things don’t fall into extremes, 2. Convenien…
 
Benjamin Kennedy With more than 10 years of experience in Colorado Springs Benjamin Kennedy is one of the most knowledgeable and successful realtors in the region. Focused on the mid to high-end custom homes market, Benjamin works closely with each client to ensure the buying and selling experience is curated to the client's lifestyle. Benjamin bel…
 
For this episode, Jason and Trevor riff on how important endurance is in the non-profit industry and how having discipline and motivation will help you reach and exceed your goals. It’s hard because it’s worth it. Click here to watch our webinars, follow us on social media, visit our website + more!HGAGroup LLC
 
The difference between something good and something great is attention to detail. Especially in the non-profit world, we know that little things make big things happen. For this episode, Amy Meyers, National Sr. Director of Fundraising and Community Engagement at Muscular Dystrophy Association joins your hosts, Trevor Nelson and Jason Ledlow for an…
 
In this episode, Jon Lam and Tiffany Lee welcome us to the Coaching For Non-Profits Podcast. They share the goal of the podcast which is to help the listeners to learn about best practices in each of the business functional areas in the organization, and get actionable tips that are easy to understand. The podcast is designed for CEOs and executive…
 
Creating social change is a goal of many small non-profits. but it's not an easy task. In this episode, Kirsty chats to Rhen Soggee, Executive Director and Co-CEO of ActNow Theatre, a socially conscious theatre company in Adelaide that's been a grassroots organisation for 14 years. Rhen shares insights into how ActNow uses the arts and theatre to e…
 
Having both a live auction and a paddle raise at your fundraising event can make a huge impact on the amount of money you raise for your non-profit organization! Jason and Trevor talk about the pros and cons of having either one or both and how you might be leaving money on the table without knowing it.…
 
Joel and Joe talk about habits. Our habits determine most everything we do. The cues in the world that spark us either move us into a common familer patterns of response or challenge us to rethink our response to begin a new more healthy pattern of response.Joel Smith & Joe Baker
 
Joe and Joel talk about the 4:8 Principle. "Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things." Phil 4:8 NIV True - Reality, the way things really are. Noble (Honerable) - Holding principl…
 
Joel and Greg talk about the art of creating a great culture in the workplace. People will always differentiate the great cultures from the poor. "Culture is an aroma that people will pick up immediately." What does a great culture include? A great vision of engagement People with a great atttitude. Only 32% of all workers really enjoy their work. …
 
Ryan, Miller is the president and co-owner of Farmers Hen House in Kalona, Iowa. Farmers Hen House began in 1997 and has grown from 3 farms to almost 60. They have about a million hens and distribute all across the country. Character and Integrity in the Workplace Integrity – Wholeness or Authenticity. Soundness of Structure. Character – “Character…
 
An annual supporter survey is a great way to check in with your donor base each year. It gives non-profits an opportunity to connect and learn more about donors, both as individuals and collectively. In this episode of Short Stuff, Bianca shares a few simple points to remember when creating a donor survey, including technical tips and example quest…
 
Farrell's eXtreme Bodyshaping’s founder and CEO, Lance Farrell, is a sixth-degree black belt with one mission: to inspire people to live with power and purpose. Lance serves his customers through extreme support, extreme encouragment, extreme accountability and extreme results. Lance, Joe and Joel talk about the importance of scorekeeping. Keeping …
 
Joel and Greg discuss the do's and don'ts to establishing effective meetings in the workplace. What needs to be in place to have an effective meeting? Purpose - There needs to be a clear purpose with desired results. KPI - Keep People Informed Question - What needs to happen to be satisfied with the results of our meeting? Hearding Cats - Allowing …
 
Farrell's eXtreme Bodyshaping’s founder and CEO, Lance Farrell, is a sixth-degree black belt with one mission: to inspire people to live with power and purpose. Lance talks with us about serving his customers through extreme support, extreme encouragment, extreme accountability and extreme results. Lance talks about what it means to take your perso…
 
Joe Baker talks about entrepreneurship at Summit Ministries. Q&A Session www.superherosidekick.com www.summit.orgJoel Smith & Joe Baker
 
Joe Baker talks about entrepreneurship at Summit Ministries. The two rules of money: 1) You grow the most when you loose the most money. 2) Rule number one only applies if you don’t blame others. www.superherosidekick.com www.summit.orgJoel Smith & Joe Baker
 
2021 was a challenging year for many small charities, particularly for digital and peer-to-peer fundraising. Peer-to-peer fundraising events were heavily affected during covid lockdowns, but virtual events have proved very successful for some charities able to pivot quickly. So, in this episode Bianca chats to social entrepreneur and digital fundra…
 
Joe Baker talks about entrepreneurship at Summit Ministries. Simple Definition of entrepreneur : a person who starts a business and is willing to risk loss in order to make money Joes Definition : a person who sees the world as it could be instead of as it is, who risks big and suffers greatly, to try and change it. More than anyone ese in society …
 
What a rollercoaster of challenges 2021 has been for small non-profits! It's also been a year where small non-profits have shown themselves to be small but mighty: adapting to challenges, succeeding during a global pandemic, and embracing the digital world. In the final episode for 2021 Bianca and Kirsty share their highlights for small non-profits…
 
Mount Stupid and the Valley of Despair. A Perspective on Knowledge and Ignorance “Ignorance more frequently begets confidence than does knowledge” (Charles Darwin) "The more you know, the more you realize you know nothing” Sacrates “Ignorance is truth not realized” Me A Little Knowledge Can Lead to Overconfidence Sometimes a tiny bit of knowledge o…
 
Adam Hinkle is the founder of Creative QT. Built by parents for parents, Creative QT creates practical, inspired toys to declutter homes, inspire creative play, and help families make time together. https://creativeqt.net/collections/shop/ Adam talks about project development. Using SEO technology to determine needs and demand. It's all about findi…
 
Social media is an important part of every small non-profit’s digital arsenal, but often leaders of small organisations can find it hard to make time to engage on social media. In this episode of Short Stuff, social media specialist & Co-Founder of the Small Non-Profits Alliance, Kirsty Wallett, shares three easy ways you can engage with your suppo…
 
Adam Hinkle is the founder of Creative QT. Built by parents for parents, Creative QT creates practical, inspired toys to declutter homes, inspire creative play, and help families make time together. https://creativeqt.net/collections/shop/ Entreprenuership is simply using your imagination creatively to solve problems. The greater the problem, the m…
 
The Law of Ambition: Every act you engage in is an attempt to improve your conditions in some way. · We are naturally dissatisfied with our current condition. · We are naturally compelled toward a better condition of greater satisfaction. Your dissatisfaction can be directed in two directions. · Externally - toward your environment and that which i…
 
Are we trying to change reality to fit our lives? Or are we trying to understand reality so we know how to navigate through it? Joel and Greg discuss the relationship between Anxiety and Control, and Chaos and Order Before we can make a move toward a greater satisfaction, we need to be dissatisfied with our current condition. Chaos comes when we mo…
 
Opportunities are all around us. They are easy to overlook if we don't know what to look for. Joe and Joel share experiences on how they found opportunity. It's all about looking to suppy what is in demand. If we know what is in need, we can figure out a way to supply it.Joel Smith & Joe Baker
 
Joel and Dr. Greg discuss fundimentals that help eleviate Stress and Anxiety. Do we have a vision for our organization that gives us confidence that the future will be a brighter place? Do we have our core convictions established and communicated to provide boundaries and guardrails for our actions? What does a Mission statement look like and what …
 
Small charities are often more in touch with their donors than larger charities, and starting out in their fundraising efforts can be challenging on many fronts. So, what can small charities do to ensure they are acting ethically? In this episode Bianca chats to Katherine Raskob, the CEO of Fundraising Institute Australia (FIA) - the professional f…
 
Tony Martignetti is a trusted advisor, entrepreneur, idea generator, and people connector. He brings together practical experience, formal training, and extreme curiosity, to elevate leaders and equip them with the tools to navigate through change and unlock their true potential. He loves guiding people to find clarity in their lives, so they are e…
 
Tony Martignetti is a trusted advisor, entrepreneur, idea generator, and people connector. He brings together practical experience, formal training, and extreme curiosity, to elevate leaders and equip them with the tools to navigate through change and unlock their true potential. He loves guiding people to find clarity in their lives, so they are e…
 
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