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Writer’s block strikes at the most inopportune times. In a field governed by compliance and stringent deadlines, there’s no time to be struck down by writer’s block when you’re writing a proposal. Here are our top tips to keep your project on track.
Building your business and stabilizing your revenue may seem like a daunting task. Responding to public sector RFPs offers you the chance to gain experience while leveraging your position as a small business.
Does your organization have a Proposal Content Library?
If so, does it have the information that you need when you need it?
Is it formatted consistently to play nicely with and flow into your templates?
Do you have a team that nurtures it?
Does it reflect how amazing your organization is?
Does it help you win business?
One of the most common questions we are asked as kids is: “What do you want to be when you grow up?”
If you asked me at any point between when I started to talk and when I completed my Master’s in Library and Information Science, I would not ever have put together the words Proposal and Writer.
Parkinson’s Law: “Work expands so as to fill the time available for its completion.”
Is this ever so true as when you are working towards a deadline, such as for an RFP response? I feel this from all of the perspectives: Client Relationship Executive, Sales Executive, Proposal Manager, Proposal Writer, Subject Matter Expert (SME).