Bestselling author of Million Dollar Consulting shares the secrets of writing winning proposals
Intended for consultants, speakers, and other professional services providers, Million Dollar Consulting® Proposals ends forever the time-consuming and often frustrating process of writing a consulting proposal. It begins with the basics—defining these proposals and why they are necessary—and coaches you through the entire proposal process. In this book, you'll learn how to establish outcome-based business objectives and maximize your success and commensurate fees.
From bestselling author Alan Weiss, Million Dollar Consulting Proposals delivers step-by-step guidance on the essential element in creating a million dollar consultancy.
- Outlines the nine key components to a Million Dollar Consulting proposal structure
- Presents a dozen Golden Rules for presenting proposals
- Offers online samples, forms, and templates to maximize the effectiveness of these tools
- The New York Post calls bestselling author Alan Weiss "one of the most highly regarded independent consultants in America."
Alan Weiss's expert guidance can lead your consulting business to unprecedented success, and it all starts with a million dollar proposal.
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In Million Dollar Consulting Proposals Weiss continues the work outlined in Million Dollar Consulting (a bible for solo practitioners). This book provides an in-depth analysis around what constitutes a good consulting proposal. This book is simple to follow and provides an extremely useful framework around writing short, to-the-point proposals that outline the scope of the project, critical success factors, fee options, etc. The truly innovative thing about his outlined proposals is that he purposely avoids all of the legalese that could trap your potential engagement in your client's legal process, but still outlines exactly what is to be done and what each party is responsible for. The book also reviews some of his more important consulting principles such as value-based fees, retainers, conceptual agreement, identifying the real buyer, money-back guarantees, etc. Definitely required reading if you are a solo practitioner looking to improve your proposal acceptance rate.