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How to Write Effective Business Letter Proposals when Writing at Work, Contemporary or Formal

24th January 2008
Do your letter proposals generate business? Or do they often miss the mark? I've learned that letter proposals must do four things. Incorporate these four steps into every letter proposal and you'll see improvements. 1. Focus on your prospect's need, ... Read >
Author: Alan Sharpe

Weaning Puppies Is Only Naturalb

08th October 2007
We hope that you finish this article having learned at least a little bit of new information. If so, then we have done our job.Weaning puppies is a wholly natural manner. Mamma dogs have been burdening it successfully for ages, so how hard can it be, righ... Read >
Author: Jacky Hayme

There's No Shame in Being a Bad Speller/Poor Grammarian

01st April 2007
The following is the transcript of a recent voicemail I received from a client: "Hi, Laura. It's Elizabeth*. I really hope I caught you in time. You know that article I sent you to edit? Don't open it! I mean, I hope you didn't look at it yet. I just r... Read >
Author: phxazlaura

Writing a Good Executive Summary - Guidelines for Students

26th January 2006
Writing an Executive Summary is very similar to writing any other sort of Summary, in that its main purpose is to condense, simplify and highlight a larger document. An Executive Summary, however, is usually written intended for an audience that does... Read >
Author: Tamara Kliw

The Sales Training Series: Gaining Commitment

10th November 2005
Employers value salespeople based on their ability to Gain a Sales Commitment. Improving this sales skill has never been more important than it is today. So, what are you doing to get better? Here are several ideas on how you can improve your sales eff... Read >
Author: Duane Sparks
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