planner. Thursday , August 24th , 2017 - 15:53:12 PM
Make sure to proofread every page of your proposal before it goes out the door. If your proposal reads as if you never mastered spelling or grammar, your potential clients might think you can't be trusted to handle their special day. It's always best to choose a proofreader who is not working on your proposal, because it's easy to overlook mistakes in familiar material.
Writing a proposal is not as difficult as it might sound, even if you've never done it before. That's because you know your business, so you already have most of the ingredients you're going to include. Plus, all proposals follow a basic structure, and here it is: introductory section, then a client-centered section, followed by a proposed goods or services section, and ending with your company-centered section.
In my work as a business coach and entrepreneur, I discovered the nine most common stress relievers, which can be effectively used to create a balanced and more enjoyable life for event and meeting planners.
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