I have a friend who recently started writing grant proposals as a consultant to nonprofits. While she is an excellent writer—and a whiz at all the things we cover in the rest of this part of the book—there is one recurring problem she faces that would drive her to drink if she weren’t a teetotaler. She can never seem to get people to give her the material she needs to write the grant! She has to beg—sometimes right up to the deadline—for demographic, financial, or program information. She loves writing grant proposals but she hates feeling like a stalker.—EK
What’s Up with Intangibles?
Welcome to the “Intangibles” lesson. Over the years, ...