And after a few minutes of chatting with him, you can ask him if who that girl in the brown jacket is, and if she’s here with a boyfriend.If she’s available, now you know the lady’s name, and she’s seen you with someone in her group, so you’re a complete stranger any more.Don’t tell a girl, as I have seen done, yeah, Hmmm…sounds great.
It may be religious or altruistic motivation, a social conscience.
They may have a personal association with the cause.
The tax department will have your number, real fast.
Second of all, Denmark is a very non-hierarchal society, very flat structure.
There may be ‘prospects’ in your networks and trustee contacts; they may live in your local area, or are known to have interest in the sector. The more you find, the better ways you will identify how to approach them. And your approach to them must be relevant and interesting. They need to be confident their money will be spent well. Thank the donor Your systems must alert you the day a donation comes in.
Have a plan Develop a plan for each prospect (and for your ‘campaign’). You want their involvement and support, and you should know by now what they will be interested in, and what sum will be appropriate to them. Thank them immediately, the same day, if you want the individual to donate again in the future.
In most parts of the world, a man will see a woman he likes, and he’ll approach her. Maybe he’ll ask if he can buy her a coffee, or some other type of drink. I’ll call it Manhattan behavior, because it was the way people dated when I lived in New York City.
If they’re in a nightclub, he might ask her if she’d like to dance, or maybe go outside and get some fresh air. In fact, they will get you rejected, and then you’ll worry that that you’re being rejected because you’re a foreigner. Danes are not good with strangers, any type of stranger. Men would tell a lady how much money they made, and how much money they were going to make, how much power and influence they had, and how expensive their watch was. First of all, if you have money in Denmark, the government’s going to take it all away.
For example, check out how the local guys your age have their hair cut, and what they’re wearing.