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Stay the Course: Don’t Change Horses (or Concepts) in the Middle of the Stream (or Proposal Writing)

October 8th, 2008 · No Comments

Before starting to write a proposal, it is good idea to understand the project concept and stick with this concept throughout the various drafts. If you don’t, the probability of creating an incomprehensible mess is high. In other words, it is a spectacularly bad idea to make big changes during the final stages of finishing [...]

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