Verity seven: you have decisive resolve.

Written by
Jerold Panas
Added
September 13, 2013

Nothing significant has ever been accomplished unless some man or woman dreamed it should be done. Someone believed it could be done. And then, most importantly, someone decided that it must be done.

If you say ‘can’t’, you are right. And it won’t be done. The psalm you sing is that it can be done.

And all problems must first be overcome or nothing will ever be attempted.

For you, a problem is a glorious challenge. You are willing to face life on a high trapeze without a safety net.

About the author: Jerold Panas

Jerold Panas

Jerold Panas has been professionally involved in fundraising for over 40 years. He combines his understanding and experience with a special talent for strategic planning, major gifts and volunteer development.

He is a frequent speaker at conferences and seminars and a regular contributor to professional journals. Dr Panas is regarded as an author of particular note and his books are considered amongst the most significant in the field.

In 2013, he received the coveted lifetime achievement award for his contribution to philanthropy and fundraising. In 2011, the Cultural Office of Mexico cited him for his contribution to the nation’s philanthropy.

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