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In Chapter 14 of 15, non-profit executive and Students of the World founder Courtney Spence discusses how to improve confidence and results asking for charitable and donor contributions. A confident ask comes from a clear definition of purpose in why you do what you do. The experience asking for financing or contributions teaches a fund raiser the extent he or she values the cause or campaign. When conviction exists, the resulting confidence in the "ask" translates into a more responsive and engaged investor and donor base.

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