The B Roll: All the Things They Didn’t Tell You

Support raising is a dense subject! Right? Right.

As I continue to teach on support raising, I’ve found typically there is more to teach than time allots for. As I coach numerous small groups and individuals, we just never get to all of the things. Teaching and learning how to raise a budget can be like drinking from a fire hydrant. #TOOMANYTHINGS

Thus, I’m calling this post: The B Roll.

This post goes out to all of those workers I have coached along the way! Here are some random pieces of information that may have gotten stuck in the cracks of little time, lots of practice, and dense material.
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I mentioned above the post on How To Create a Successful Facebook Campaign. Check it out and I hope it helps!

Also, a quick word on #5…I’m not saying never ask for a appointment on Facebook. I’m just saying do some strategic thinking before you do, and I wouldn’t default to it.

Want more practical tips, you can find them in the Financial Partnership Development Workbook here.

 

 

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3 thoughts on “The B Roll: All the Things They Didn’t Tell You

  1. One thing I did contrary to what you suggest above is that I hand-wrote my support letters, especially to family who were located far away. Written correspondence and old-fashioned letter writing has long been part of my MO, and it just made sense. Also, I felt God really impress upon me that this was the right course of action. Sometimes personal beats computer-typed and professional.

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