Turning Pro Bono Into Paid Work

Iíve been marketing to educators for the past two years. Recently, I had a call with a school district about scheduling multiple pro bono presentations for educators throughout the year.

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Comments (2)
This isn't pro bono work. This is called marketing.
Posted by A M | Tuesday, October 29 2013 at 11:31AM ET
A M - thanks for your comment, however I would disagree.

During, and as a result of, these sessions I spend hours with people walking them through their financial situations.

Many of these people would not be able to afford the services of a planner. While there may be payoffs in finding a prospect or two, the intent is to help people for free not market my services.

It's all in the intent.
Posted by Dave G | Tuesday, October 29 2013 at 3:23PM ET
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