A friend of mine who’s an experienced proposal writer recently told me that when she starts writing a proposal she sometimes finds herself cutting and pasting words, phrases, paragraphs, and pages from old proposals she has written, even when they have no relation to the current proposal and make absolutely no sense because she panics when she sees that dreaded blank page.—EK
Shouldn’t It Be Pretty Easy Just to Tell a Reader About My Great Program in My Own Words?
If you believe that, we have a swell bridge to sell you. Many important elements separate winning grant proposals from those that are turned down. One element that often is neglected is the ...