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Of all the convictions Dan Pallotta lists in his TEDtalk, I’ve said or thought every one of them.
I’ve judged non-profit chairs if I think they take home a hefty salary.
I’ve complained when seeing non-profit advertisements on television.
I’ve praised non-profits for careful spending and low overhead.
And I was wrong.
Everything Dan Pallotta says is spot on. You’ve heard, “It takes money to make money?” Why does that work in a for-profit setting and not in a non-profit organization?
if you are involved with a non-profit,
if you have given to charity,
if you’ve judged anyone spending others’ money in a way you don’t see fit
take time to watch this TED talk.
Then tell me if and when you’re convicted.
So, do you feel the same as I do? What stood out to you most?