I recommend this book to anyone works in the non-profit arena.
The cause I care about most needs everyone to know and tell our story well, and this book is going to help make that happen.
The Nonprofit Narrative (NPN) is an easy to read book, written well and in a very causal and conversational manner.
This book lacked substance and does not live up to its title. He spends time talking about the narrative arc, which is okay but redundant. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Happy Dad
Excellent information and path to follow. Our organization is following for marketing and fund raising.Published 4 months ago by Mark
This book should have been a blog post if even that. I was looking for a considered read on story-telling for non-profits but was left pulling at straws here. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Christopher Reed
Love this book, I got the audible to go with it and it's clear and interesting - well narrated and filled with lots of great ideas about how to tell your organization's story in a... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Dramagal
Dan is a great writer and speaker. A must read for someone who desires to start a non-profit business. I have thoroughly enjoyed this book. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Christina Owen
The best book I've read all year! A few people have a natural talent for story telling that ignites the interest and giving of constituents, but what about everyone else on staff,... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Book Diva
A practical guide to the new way of running a successful organization. A quick but valuable read and worth the time.Published 8 months ago by Jay from Oregon
If you have already engaged in fund raising, are familiar with storytelling and have read different things on communications and so forth, this book may not be for you. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Rui Pinto