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Some say that Bid Management is easy. Well, they’re right. But only if you have trainloads of domain knowledge and experience, are highly motivated, have tenacity by the truckload, able to work 12 hours a day for weeks on end when necessary, can build world-class teams fast and are highly persuasive.

Want to know how to behave as a Bid Manager and deliver £mega-million profit-producing bids for your business? Read this.

This book also covers everything you need to know from Identifying the Opportunity to Celebrating Success with the team, and includes how to get a bid through your company processes.

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This book is for people who want to write a story, starting with a blank page and finishing with a fully edited short story or novel, ready for publishing.

You may know that there is only one rule for writing a story – there are no rules – but, there are lots of ideas.

You may also know that every writer creates their story in a different way. For example, some famous authors use very little planning while others do lots of planning and lots of research.

It’s possible that you like to write whenever and wherever you can – on your commute, during your lunch break or in the evening. However, once you’ve completed part of a story it’s easy to forget what’s happening in the plot. This is where a plan can help you to write in chunks.

On the other hand if your plot is chronological and simple then you may not need a plan. Nonetheless, even straightforward stories can be long and have significant depth, so it can be easy to get scenes confused.

In this book I will take you through a “Top-Down” planned approach. The aim is to help you create your story as efficiently and effectively as possible. Regardless of this, the information may also be useful to those who choose the unplanned approach.

There are a number of distinct steps to create a story. This book will therefore focus on all of the steps that you need to take.

In addition, there is a series of “Your Writing Progress” steps throughout the book that you can use to judge your progress of considering and acting upon the ideas provided.

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