The search for a more productive workday has led to many misconceptions about productivity, and it’s a lot more than checking tasks off your to-do list. Truly productive people aren’t focused on doing more things; this is the opposite of productivity. If you want to be effective, you’ve got to do fewer things.
With both grant writing and fundraising, you need to do research, pursue leads, prepare talking points, evaluate opportunities, and cultivate relationships. The essence of both practices is the same. What is different is focus and context.
Jim Collins, renowned business author, lecturer, and researcher, once said, "Great vision without great people is irrelevant." There is nothing more accurate than this, considering the essential contributions of grant writers in the development and sustainability of any organization.
Winning grant funds can be a game-changer for your organization. Grants help you kickstart your business, execute planned projects, and scale your organization. But, while the idea of winning them sounds exciting, the process is not.
Have you ever bought an item you don't need but bought it anyway because the salesperson delivered an irresistible pitch? That right there is the power of persuasion also known as hypnotic writing.A strong argument and logic are not just enough to tug at the emotions of your reviewer. Follow these simple step-by-step tips we have drafted to trigger a positive response from the reviewer.