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I second that emotion...I am currently going after my paperwork for a "one man" non- profit. Some of the advantages?

1. No quibbling on vision/goals/how to carry them out and reach them.
2. I can partner and mobilize with any number of other organizations to help reach my goals.
3. By reaching out to other non-profits who are one-man or very small, we can create a very large and mobile network that is flexible, fluid, and ultimately leaves a much lighter "footprint" than a behemoth that uses up resources to "promote" themselves. I can do more with a modem, cell phone, and plain old hand pressing than an office full of volunteers.

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