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Three Behaviors That Isolate Philanthropists (And Make Them Less Effective)

Three Ways Funders Isolate Themselves (And What To Do Differently)

When nobody is offering you constructive criticism, take an honest look in the mirror.  I’d hazard a guess that in philanthropy circles, people aren’t often calling each other out for being delusional. That’s why I wrote a book on it. It’s called Delusional Altruism. In a nutshell, it’s about human behaviors we’re not even aware of …

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Amid Today’s Deep Social Anxiety, Philanthropists Must Recognize Their Blind Spots

In philanthropy circles, people very rarely, if ever, call each other out for being delusional. And that’s exactly why I wrote my book Delusional Altruism: Why Philanthropists Fail To Achieve Change and What They Can Do To Transform Giving.  Briefly, the book is about human behaviors we’re not even aware of that get in the way …

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How Delusional Altruism Thwarts Philanthropic Impact

Don’t let misguided thinking prevent you from creating change.  As philanthropists seek to change the world, many need to get out of their own way. Too often, philanthropists see the change they want to create but prevent themselves from acting on it. And what’s worse, most don’t even realize they’re doing this. That’s because they …

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