The Biggest Myths
... AND HOW TO KEEP THEM FROM
SABOTAGING YOUR GRANTS SUCCESS!
Presented by Maryn Boess, GrantsMagic U,
in partnership with the Center for Non-Profits
When it comes to your grants success, what you don't even know you don't know CAN definitely hurt you
Ready to shed some outworn, out-of-date, but still shockingly common beliefs and misunderstandings about what it takes to be successful in the grants world today?
They're called "invisible beliefs" - those things we think we know, without even thinking about it.
Maybe they were true once upon a time ... but many simply aren't true any more.
And the problem is, because they're invisible, those beliefs that are no longer true can slow us down - and sabotage our success - without our even realizing what's happening.
Join veteran grant professional (and long-time grantmaker) Maryn Boess, founder of GrantsMagic U, for this thought-provoking free live online training ...
... get ready to bust some of the most pervasive myths about successful grantseeking ...
... and leave with a ton of brand-new, specific, down-to-earth tools and action steps for making sure these invisible beliefs never sabotage your grants success again.
Sign up now - see you then!
About GrantsMagic U:
Maryn Boess -- Founder/Presenter
Over her 20+-year career in the nonprofit world, Maryn has been an on-staff program developer and grantwriter; an independent grants consultant; a grants project manager; a grants trainer; a grants reviewer, author, speaker, mentor and coach; and - for the past 10 years - even a grantmaker. GrantsMagic U, launched in fall 2015, is the "virtual academy" she created to make her extensive portfolio of practical and inspiring trainings on successful grantsmanship available (and affordable!) for anyone, anytime, anywhere.
About the Center for Non-Profits:
The Center for Non-Profits is the only umbrella organization for all New Jersey 501(c)(3)s. Since 1982, the Center has provided advocacy, resources, training and information to strengthen non-profits and help them thrive. Visit the Center's website and learn more about how the Center saves non-profits time and money, provides timely resources and training, and promotes and protects the non-profit community.