make the whole process flow together into a very professional and eye-catching proposal. Every time I have submitted a proposal, I have had someone either ask me who prepared the proposal for me or compliment me on how nicely the proposal was done."
Use this document to describe the past consequences results or or anticipated future consequences of actions. Consequences can be foreseen and intended or unforeseen and unintended. For example the rising popularity of biofuel made from corn and sugar cane has had the predicted consequences of reducing air pollution and reducing use of carbon fuels but it has also had the largely unforeseen consequences of causing shortages in food products and causing deforestation as farmers clear new ground to plant biofuel crops. Introduce the purpose of this document here. Are you listing consequences of past actions to make point. Are you describing consequences you believe will occur to prove that you have thoughtfully considered all the possible ramifications of your proposal. After this introduction construct cause and effect statements below to describe existing or expected consequences. Insert cause e. g. " Instituting new building restrictions within the city limits" or " Awarding large bonuses to executives" has resulted or will in insert consequence e. g. " overbuilding in areas immediately adjacent to the city boundaries" or " public outrage over rewarding managers of failing business" Insert cause has or result in insert consequence Insert cause has or result in insert consequence Insert cause has or result in insert consequence Insert cause has or result in insert consequence Add summary statement here. For example do you want your readers to express support or concern for the consequences listed above. If so be sure to tell them how and when to do that.
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