There is a lot of demand for grant writing nowadays that more and more entrepreneurial-minded people are setting out to start their own grant writing business. If writing is a talent of yours and you are ready to be your own boss, then grant writing can be an avenue to go into as a possible work-at-home business. Like any other home-business, there are a lot of considerations to weigh up before you jump into this.
First of all, this business is not just a matter of being able to write passably. You need the technical and creative skills to be an outstanding grant writer. You will need to have the skill to gather information and write correctly about varied subject matters in addition to toning your writing into a formal request to implore to the emotions.
Besides the writing skills, you need to take into account that similar to any other business venture, you're out to profit. You also have to consider selling your skills, getting hired, getting the right experience and getting paid well for the ability that you provide to others. So, in real meaning, a grant writing home-business is really about running your own business at the same time as you are the business.
This book will be both a writing skills guide and a business planning guide to lend you a hand as you start out with your own home-based grant writing business.
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