How Clear Is Your Writing?
Last week we talked about the importance of using positive action words in your writing. Words that inspire. Words that cast a vision.
This week we’re talking about another important element: clarity.
Implement More Clarity in Your Grant Writing
5 Tips to Convey Your Nonprofit Message with Clarity:
- Decide what’s your #1 goal for this piece of writing?
- Outline the key points in a logical framework.
- Fill in the important details.
- Cut out the fluff! Don’t argue. There’s always fluff.
- Take imperfect action.
Where do you need to refine your work or writing for more clarity? How will you take action on it this week? Connect with me over on LinkedIn or send me a message and I’ll brainstorm with you. And if you need more support, join me on the Fast Track to Grant Writer already and let’s get you moving!
Are you feeling overwhelmed with trying to help your nonprofit apply for grants? Go through the free audit and I’ll help you sort out the next steps for your organization.
Do You Have What It Takes to Be a Grant Writer? Take the Quiz:
If you’re ready to explore a career in grant writing, take my free quiz, “Do you have what it takes to be a grant writer?” People are always surprised at how many skills they already have. The distance isn’t as far as they thought. Let’s figure out how you can use your skills to help change your world.
Other Episodes Mentioned:
- Episode 16: Pro Grant Writing Tip: How to Write Tight
- Episode 88: Are Your Nonprofit Blind Spots Getting the Best of You? Interview with Likky Lavji, Blind Spot Navigator
- Episode 94: Pro Tip to Improve Your Grant Writing Immediately
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