You know you want to write your book. Or how it will feel when the first copies of your book are delivered to your door. And you know, deep down, that once you write your book, your life will change. It will be filled with so many new possibilities… from new high-paying clients to speaking engagements or even a brand new career in a field you love.
About the book Grant Writing Revealed: What would you want to know? Their secrets to success, what makes them tick? The things they absolutely avoid doing?
In the book, I share with you what I learned. I was touched by their generosity of spirit in sharing decades of experience so freely and hope that you will be too.
The book is for non-profit staff and volunteers, social entrepreneurs and other visionaries who are working in the world to create a future worthy of our children. I describe those 24 elements and how they form links in a chain that when they are all strong will enable you to succeed.
I align some of the elements to the Grant Professionals Certification Institute competencies so that you can see what that they look like in practice. I invite you to look for the weak links in your grant development chain and put actions in place to address them.
Use it to see which elements you can refine so that grant development becomes more fun, easy, and rewarding.
Grant Writing Revealed answers these questions What is most effective in grant writing? Knowing someone on the board of the foundation to get you in or writing a good proposal?
In the realm of foundation grants, is it worthwhile to cultivate relationships with program officers through personal visits?
Where is the fine line between persistence and being pushy? What reads better for funders, descriptive language to describe the project, insightful stories, or just the facts? Would you like a copy of the book?
Jana Jane Hexter has done an excellent job of compiling a wealth of invaluable information from the top experts in the grants industry. It is not a checklist of steps to follow but a call for deeper relatedness.
I found my own thoughts, challenges, successes and worries written throughout the book. One thing is for sure: This is a marvelous gift to proposal writers for our practice, for our institutions, for ourselves. She makes grant writing seem almost like fun! She brings out their best thinking as they go beyond the science to the art of good grant writing, something that takes years to master.
Jana Hexter has unlocked the door to show how grant writing is an art form and a science. She reveals the secrets of writing with honesty and integrity. She shares home-spun personal anecdotes and her humor to get the points across and to help us remember them.
Jana has done an excellent job of compiling a wealth of invaluable information from the top experts in the grants industry.
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In this course, he guides you through every part of the book writing process. From beginning to end, Lisa’s 8 Week book writing course provides the information you desperately need: from how to conceptualize your book’s message, meaning and value all the way to having a powerful first draft.
I wrote my first draft of “The Generosity Plan” in just 60 days in Lisa Tener’s book-writing class. When writing your book you should separate the writing from the formatting. Write first, format later. However, there are some steps you can make when writing your book in Microsoft Word that will make the job of formatting your book easier and help prevent errors in the book formatting process.
The Reading Strategies Book made the New York Times Best Seller List by making it simpler to match students' needs to high-quality instruction. Now, in The Writing Strategies Book, Jen Serravallo does the same, collecting of the most effective strategies to share with writers, and grouping them beneath 10 crucial goals.
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