Let us talk about money

If we do not notice that we are in a new normal state, information, technology, chaos and innovation can not be achieved, replaced by the status quo. In the nonprofit sector, I continue to discover that many companies are not yet facing reality, but social entrepreneurs, nonprofit organizations and business leaders are embarking on a difficult dialogue in a whole new direction. One of the tough conversations revolves around the money.

What is the money that some people and organizations are discussing honestly? The truth is that money is an absolute necessity for families and businesses. Families need money to get housing, food and meet necessities, nonprofit or for-profit businesses need money to produce goods and services, operate or perform their specific tasks.

Nonprofit organizations should understand that if they do not use money as a key topic of conversation, the organization may struggle for every small victory, rather than thrive to make a measurable difference between its tasks and goals The