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Profit with Purpose with Phil Haid from Public Inc.

Published by Brady Josephson

What is profit with purpose? How is it different than charity and CSR? What’s shifting in those worlds? All discussed with Phil Haid from Public Inc. a company he co-founded in 2008 with a focus on driving large-scale social impact by merging and more closely aligning profit and purpose for companies and brands.

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Profit with Purpose with Phil Haid from Public Inc.

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Brady Josephson is a charity nerd, entrepreneur, digital marketer, professor, and writer. At NextAfter, he focuses on business development and partnerships, content creation, and marketing. He's also a huge Liverpool FC fan. #YNWA


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Starting a Nonprofit, Hope, and Doing What You can with Diane Latiker, Founder of Kids Off the Block – The Generosity Freakshow Podcast

Published by Brady Josephson

What can one woman do in the face of gun violence, gangs, and other issues facing Chicago’s at-risk youth? In the case of Diane Latiker, simply do what she could. What started with a few kids taking refuge in her apartment quickly turned into dozens and led her to start Kids Off the Block. 14 years later, Diane and Kids Off the Block has had a positive impact on more than 3,000 young lives that otherwise might have been lost to a life of gangs and crime. Hope you enjoy and are inspired by this conversation of generosity, impact, and being present.

Links & Resources

  • Kids Off the Block: https://kidsofftheblock.us/
  • Diane Latiker: https://twitter.com/dianekob

Starting a Nonprofit, Hope, and Doing What You can with Diane Latiker, Founder of Kids Off the Block

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Brady Josephson is a charity nerd, entrepreneur, digital marketer, professor, and writer. At NextAfter, he focuses on business development and partnerships, content creation, and marketing. He's also a huge Liverpool FC fan. #YNWA


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Business, Bicycles, and Philanthropy with FK Day, Founder of World Bicycle Relief – The Generosity Freakshow Podcast

Published by Brady Josephson

How do bikes make a difference in developing countries? How can companies and nonprofits not just collaborate but share in resources, profits, and models? And what challenges do you face when starting or scaling a nonprofit? All topics covered in this episode with FK Day, founder of World Bicycle Relief.

Links & Resources

  • World Bicycle Relief: https://worldbicyclerelief.org/en/
  • SRAM: https://www.sram.com/

Business, Bicycles, and Philanthropy with FK Day, Founder of World Bicycle Relief

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Everyday Generosity with Drew Formsma, Co-Author of… Everyday Generosity – The Generosity Freakshow Podcast

Published by Brady Josephson

The conversation around giving and generosity can sometimes be complex, filled with numbers, and reserved for older folks or wealthy people. But it doesn’t have to be and it’s not in this episode where 17-year old Drew Formsma, co-author of Everyday Generosity, discusses the different types of generosity, how to be generous in your everyday life, and how parents, kids, and families can learn to be generous and model giving together. Hope you enjoy the chat.

Links & Resources

  • I Like Giving: https://www.ilikegiving.com/
  • Everyday Generosity: http://bit.ly/2VtfY6K

Everyday Generosity with Drew Formsma, Co-Author of… Everyday Generosity

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Brady Josephson is a charity nerd, entrepreneur, digital marketer, professor, and writer. At NextAfter, he focuses on business development and partnerships, content creation, and marketing. He's also a huge Liverpool FC fan. #YNWA


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Nonprofit Culture, Employee Engagement, Millennials and More with Jamie Notter from Human Workplaces – The Generosity Freakshow Podcast

Published by Brady Josephson

Digital has dramatically changed not just how we communicate externally but how we function internally. From how we build culture, foster engagement with employees, and work with those darn Millennials. That’s the focus of today’s episode with Jamie Notter from Human Workplaces. He has also written many leather-bound books and I’m sure his apartment smells of rich mahogany… hope you enjoy the chat.

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  • Jamie Notter: http://jamienotter.com/
  • Human Workplaces: https://humanworkplaces.net/

Culture, Employee Engagement, Millennials and More with Jamie Notter from Human Workplaces

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Brady Josephson is a charity nerd, entrepreneur, digital marketer, professor, and writer. At NextAfter, he focuses on business development and partnerships, content creation, and marketing. He's also a huge Liverpool FC fan. #YNWA


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When It Comes to Online Fundraising, Where Do I Start? – The Generosity Freakshow Podcast

Published by Brady Josephson

If you want to grow fundraising — particularly online fundraising — where do I start? It’s one of the most commonly asked questions we get from webinars, emails, and workshops so we thought we’d chat about it. In this episode, you’ll hear Nathan Hill, Optimization Evangelist, and Brady Josephson, VP of Innovation & Optimization, discuss a framework on how to think about online fundraising, give some tips to help grow traffic, improve conversion rates, and increase average gift and discuss the value of the value proposition. They weave in their own experiences as well as research and experiments done by NextAfter. Hope you like it!

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When It Comes to Online Fundraising, Where Do I Start?

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Optimizing Annual Giving with Quentin Fincaryk from Trinity Western University – The Generosity Freakshow Podcast

Published by Brady Josephson

Working for a nonprofit often means you have to do more with less. That’s one of many topics covered in this discussion around annual giving, optimization, and culture building with someone working in the trenches at a university, Quentin Fincaryk.

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Links & Resources:

  • Virtuous: https://www.virtuouscrm.com/
  • Email Fundraising Optimization Course: https://www.nextafter.com/email

Optimizing Annual Giving with Quentin Fincaryk from Trinity Western University

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Brady Josephson is a charity nerd, entrepreneur, digital marketer, professor, and writer. At NextAfter, he focuses on business development and partnerships, content creation, and marketing. He's also a huge Liverpool FC fan. #YNWA


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Marketing Automation & Personalization with Gabe Cooper from Virtuous – The Generosity Freakshow

Published by Brady Josephson

How can you communicate in a real, personal way with hundreds and thousands of people? Why is that important? What does it mean for nonprofits and philanthropy? That’s the focus of today’s episode with Gabe Cooper — founder and President of Virtuous.

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  • Virtuous: https://www.virtuouscrm.com/
  • Email Fundraising Optimization Course: https://www.nextafter.com/email

Marketing Automation & Personalization with Gabe Cooper from Virtuous

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Generational Giving Patterns with Josh McQueen, Author of Building Brand Trust LIVE from NIO Summit – The Generosity Freakshow Podcasat

Published by Brady Josephson

Why do people give? And how is the motivation to give different from generation to generation? That’s the focus of Josh McQueen’s research, The Giving Heart Across Generations, and what is discussed in this episode which was recorded live at the 2018 Nonprofit Innovation and Optimization Summit.

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Generational Giving Patterns with Josh McQueen, Author of Building Brand Trust LIVE from NIO Summit

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How Software Helps Nonprofits — and much, much more — with Tim Sarrantonio from Neon One – The Generosity Freakshow Podcast

Published by Brady Josephson

If you like to listen to liberal arts grads talk about technology, you’re going to love this episode. Tim Sarrantonio from the Neon One team — on a mission to become the most comprehensive and authentic technology ecosystem for nonprofits — discusses integrations, API’s, data hygiene, good old fashioned fundraising, and more in this wide-ranging chat.

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How Software Helps Nonprofits — and much, much more — with Tim Sarrantonio from Neon One

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Brady Josephson is a charity nerd, entrepreneur, digital marketer, professor, and writer. At NextAfter, he focuses on business development and partnerships, content creation, and marketing. He's also a huge Liverpool FC fan. #YNWA