Copyright & Reprinting

Copyright & Reprinting

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Note: My Comments and Copyright & Reprinting Policies have been adapted—with permission, and with substantial revision—from Michael Hyatt’s blog and his bestselling book, Platform.


The Grant Writing Process: 11 Basic Steps (PDF & Checklist)

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Writing grants for your organization is an adventure.

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This eight-page PDF and checklist are the perfect place to start.

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