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About Wayne Elsey

Wayne Elsey, CEO, Wayne Elsey Enterprises, Funds2Orgs, str@tegic and 501C3U has successful led organizations in the for-profit, social enterprise and non-profit sectors. In addition to growing his companies, today he is a highly sought after public speaker and authority on topics related to leadership, branding, social activism, motivation, and community engagement. His network appearances include: NBC Nightly News, Good Morning America, Today Show, & Fox News.
21 08, 2018

Don’t Do This On Facebook Groups

By |August 21st, 2018|blog, Development, personal|0 Comments

geralt / Pixabay Most nonprofits understand that Facebook is the largest social networking platform on the planet and they make it a point to spend even a little time posting onto a Facebook page. But, there’s one thing that would set many nonprofits apart: A Facebook group! Although a Facebook page is excellent, [...]

16 08, 2018

How To Close Your Business

By |August 16th, 2018|blog, Business, personal|0 Comments

We often talk about in business starting or creating a company, but there's another side to that coin. It's not something entrepreneurs often think about, but many times there comes the point where you want to close your business. Perhaps you had a revenue amount that you wanted to achieve before you cashed out and [...]

14 08, 2018

How To Recruit Young Talent to Your Nonprofit

By |August 14th, 2018|blog, news, Nonprofit Leadership|0 Comments

geralt / Pixabay One of the best things you can do for your nonprofit is to recruit a diverse group of people, including race, ethnicity, and age. When you hire people from all backgrounds, you will inevitably get different, innovative and creative ideas. Millennials were born in the early 1980's and that generation's [...]

9 08, 2018

25 Of the Best Motivational Quotes For Entrepreneurs

By |August 9th, 2018|blog, Business, personal|0 Comments

“The important thing is not being afraid to take a chance. Remember, the greatest failure is to not try. Once you find something you love to do, be the best at doing it.” – Debbi Field "When everything seems to be going against you, remember that the airplane takes off against the wind, not with [...]

7 08, 2018

How Donors Should Assess a Charity Before Giving a Donation

By |August 7th, 2018|blog, news, Nonprofit Leadership|Comments Off on How Donors Should Assess a Charity Before Giving a Donation

Anemone123 / Pixabay We’ll soon be entering into the biggest fundraising season of the year as we go into September, which will ultimately lead us to the holiday months. Despite the fact that fundraising reached the highest levels in 2017, including surpassing $400 billion, fundraising revenue has declined in the first quarter of [...]

2 08, 2018

Don’t Forget Your Small Clients When You Catch the Whale

By |August 2nd, 2018|blog, Business, news|Comments Off on Don’t Forget Your Small Clients When You Catch the Whale

Free-Photos / Pixabay Every so often in my businesses, we get a significant client who's revenue stream is equal to or more than the combined total of many small ones. Sometimes, my team has been tempted to cater to the needs of our larger clients, but when I've seen this drift begin, I've [...]

31 07, 2018

Is the Tide Changing of Nonprofits Selling-Out to Donors?

By |July 31st, 2018|blog, Nonprofit Leadership, personal|Comments Off on Is the Tide Changing of Nonprofits Selling-Out to Donors?

Free-Photos / Pixabay A few days ago, my researcher was discussing with a global nonprofit their fundraising efforts, and she was informed that the organization does not accept gifts that could compromise its integrity or place the charity in an awkward position, which is a good thing. The charity understands they must adhere [...]

26 07, 2018

Why I Would Never Look for Venture Capital Start-up Funding

By |July 26th, 2018|blog, Business, news|Comments Off on Why I Would Never Look for Venture Capital Start-up Funding

NikolayFrolochkin / Pixabay Not too long ago, a friend of mine told me about a young entrepreneur who was spending a lot of time looking for venture capital and start-up money for an app he had developed. I suggested that the entrepreneur should forget the financing and use his own money or borrow [...]

24 07, 2018

The Single Reason I Got a $20.3 Million Grant for My Nonprofit Startup

By |July 24th, 2018|Nonprofit Leadership, personal|Comments Off on The Single Reason I Got a $20.3 Million Grant for My Nonprofit Startup

klimkin / Pixabay Although the summer months are a usually a quiet month, and I've had the opportunity to enjoy a fantastic vacation in Hawaii, I've still been busy at work. I'm in the process of writing two essential pieces of content. One is a book that will be published later this year, [...]

19 07, 2018

An Old-School Thank You Is Still a Brilliant Move

By |July 19th, 2018|blog, Business, personal|Comments Off on An Old-School Thank You Is Still a Brilliant Move

RyanMcGuire / Pixabay Want to know one of the best ways to get someone’s attention? Send them a thank you––in the mail. My team and I are always saying "thank you" in our business. In fact, one of the most successful activities we have done as it relates to business development is to [...]