If you’re a Kindred Spirit, you might identify with our friend Paul J. He’s a Kindred Spirit who not only found the courage to ask for gifts, but he’s made it his career.
One of the most surprising aspects of Asking Matters is that Kindred Spirits, those people who are introvert and intuitive, can be wonderful at asking for gifts. Pam Grow tells her story of being a Kindred Spirit whose success is based in large part on being a good listener and caring for others.
Paul Jolly is a Kindred Spirit and he’s been reflecting on just what that temperament means for him in the fundraising business. He shares his thoughts in this heartwarming post.
Yes, I’m Shy and Introverted No one believes it when I say … Read More
Learn more about Asking Styles in this recorded training by Andrea Kihlstedt.
Asking Mattersâ„¢ Cofounder Brian Saber has used e-mail to cultivate and solicit major gifts for a more than a decade. Hear his ideas on why this is such a powerful tool.
Brian Saber’s an experienced asker, and he still found it difficult to ask a stranger to do something that could be very much in that stranger’s interest to do. Read his story about passing out leaflets! Check it out!
Brian Saber, Co-founder, Asking Matters See more from Brian – read his … Read More
Your prospects are also Rainmakers, Go-Getters, Kindred Spirits and Mission Controllers. Figure out which Asking Styles best describes your prospects and use this chart for tips on how to solicit the various styles.
Kindred Spirit from Asking Matters on Vimeo. Jezra Kaye, Speak Up for … Read More