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Why Jeff Bezos Says Writing a Memo is an . . . Important Skill to Master

  About 2 weeks ago, I was watching Charlie Rose who was interviewing Jeff Bezos, founder and CEO of Amazon, one of my favorite companies. Bezos has just received two honors: Fortune named him as its Businessperson of the Year for 2012. GeekWire recognized Bezos as one of their Newsmakers of 2012. For those of […]

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Proposals: Add-on Items to Make Yours Extraordinary

As business owners, we often have to write business proposals to our prospective clients. Some are short, and some are long, and some are complicated, and some can be a simple email that sums up your offerings. In all cases, your goal is to show your client how you can provide value, and make their […]

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The Skinny on Letter of Agreements and Business Proposals: What You Want to Include in them

These days, I have numerous people bringing up the subject of letters of agreement, business proposals, and large-full scale business proposals that consist of capture plans, proposal strategies, and win themes that are intended for government, state, or large corporate submissions. My post today discusses the first two types of agreements that small and medium […]

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