Don’t Be Afraid of Strong Language
Use less powerful words to make your applications more successful and effective for grants, reports and offers.
I see many documents that use soft, soft words instead of strong and fixed words. Without the use of a strong language in the proposal, the recipient gets the chance to say no, or in any case, the decision is not taken. The use of soft words in a report reduces results and performance. If you use weak words in the grant application, you will feel restrained or insecure about the effort/organization you are looking for. Not using powerful words is not a missed opportunity; It can also have long-term effects on financing and perception.
When you use weak words, people often use many words. Many words can be considered a weak idea or program. The number of words you include in the grant application or report is often limited. The reason for the limit is to ensure that the author is short. A weak scroll always leads to an increase in words.
Another effect of more words and weak words is that the reader does not read everything that you have typed. This may be due to a lack of understanding of the proposals or reporting they are doing. Ask yourself how often you stopped reading something because your brain is stable because of word and length.
You can not even realize that you use weak words or that you give too many words. Here are some examples of ways to strengthen and minimize your message.
Instead of saying this, “students will give a chance …” replacement will be provided.
Show instead of using presentations.
Change this sentence: We look forward to generating knowledge that helps to improve processes
With this, we gather information from important stakeholders that will improve the processes.
Instead, we ask for money for training, because without a full understanding that how a human service agency must work to achieve the agency’s goals and objectives, employees will not work at their optimal and most effective level.
Try it: funds will finance the training of the necessary funds, which will improve their efficiency and increase the efficiency of our services.
Change B: this study will try to better understand the needs and barriers of the community through a comprehensive commitment from the community and its efforts to contribute.