Jimmy LaRose challenges Nonprofit CEOs, who take their charity to scale, to prioritize capacity-building over service delivery. Successful leaders re-purpose existing resources to create a healthy-flow of cash that ensure they reach and exceed goals. e.g. In 1927, Henry Ford foresaw the end of the "Model T" and implemented a "change management plan" that led to the successful introduction of the the "Model A." He began by shutting down factory lines for 5 months, laid off 60,000 workers and invested the necessary time and money to retool his infrastructure (at cost of $250,000,000 in today's dollars.) Like Ford, nonprofit CEOs need the freedom to implement strategic shutdowns that allow them to restructure in ways that make all their dreams come true.