When you first learned to ride your bike, you didn’t do it yourself. You probably had a parent right next to you, helping you along the way. The same goes for learning to drive your car and many other experiences in your life.
Starting a nonprofit should be no different. Learning from those who came before you or having a mentor guiding through the process is something that shouldn’t be overlooked. If you want to set yourself up for success, having guidance will set you on the right path.
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Learning from similar experiences, shared solutions [Briggs/Philanthropy Journal]