The secret behind writing a winning business proposal and one that will just be set aside is the presence of what I call the 3 Ps: problem statement, proposed solution, and pricing information.
Before you get started with your proposal, you’ll want to understand what a business proposal is (there’s a lot of confusion around this), and how to best structure a persuasive business proposal.
How to Create a Proposal. There are many things you will need to cover in your proposal letter. Each different part has a purpose, and altogether they should set out clearly the reason for the letter. Here are five sections that need to be included: Introduction, What is the problem?, How will you solve the problem?, Cost/Schedule, Executive summary.
A beautifully created and well-written proposal can land you new clients, jobs, and projects that you might never have dreamt of before. All that consequently leads to your solopreneur brand only getting bigger and more well-known, which is the ultimate goal. Writing great proposals, submitting winning bids, and tracking client payments are an important part of running a successful business.