Outsource Marketing Blog
Insightful articles and opinions on how to create winning proposals.
How to Write A Persuasive Proposal
You are in the right place if you want to learn how to write a persuasive proposal that secures new projects and clients. This post will guide you in writing persuasive proposal content and designing...READ ARTICLE
Focus on One Thing and Do It Well
The best piece of advice that I integrated into my business, and personal life, is to only do what I enjoy doing. When you are passionate about a pursuit, you are more likely to do it well and succeed. Working should not be just about making money. Life is too... READ ARTICLE
Churchill Can Help You Win More Proposals
In this article, I will show you how Winston Churchill can help you win more proposals. Let me start my post by asking you a question. If your stockbroker offered you an investment that had a 30% chance of making money, would you accept it? Not likely - the likelihood... READ ARTICLE
Are You Committed to Proposal Success?
Martina Navratilova, considered by many to be the greatest singles, doubles and mixed doubles player who's ever lived, once uttered this memorable line: The difference between involvement and commitment is like ham and eggs. The chicken is involved; the pig is committed. Navratilova’s perspective on what’s required to be a... READ ARTICLE
What Col. Jessup Can Teach Us About Winning Proposals
I am not very good at impressions, but I love trying to emulate this famous line uttered by Jack Nicholson's character, Col. Nathan Jessup, in A Few Good Men. "You want the truth, you can’t handle the truth." Getting at the truth of how strong your chances are of winning... READ ARTICLE
Outsource’s 21-Point Proposal Check-Up
Have you ever wished that you could be a fly on the wall during a Proposal Evaluation? Have you ever wondered how your submission compares to others? Have you ever wondered if your proposal will be memorable? At Outsource Marketing, we have prepared and seen hundreds of submissions. With a... READ ARTICLE