Which Is The Best Grant Book To Buy?
Updated December 10, 2016
"Which is the best grant book to buy?" is one of the many questions answered in Ability Mission's extensive Grant FAQ. Use both the video and the script to get the most out of the answer.
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Which is the best grant book to buy?
That's such a great question! And one with several answers.
It all depends on what you're looking for, but we can give you some general guidelines.
If you're looking for general background information, just about any grant book will be helpful.
If you want to know more about the PROCESS, look for a book with "how-to" in the title.
If you're searching for grant SOURCES, there are some books that list them. However, with today's online information, printed directories are pretty much out of date.
In any case, the first thing you should do is look in your local library.
You'll likely find many of the Matthew Lesko books, as well as the "Dummies" books.
Remember though that just reading a book is not enough. You need to learn the process.
Let us show you how to do it. This will empower you to go after what you want the same way the experts do.
In fact, knowing and applying the proven grant-getting process is the key to success. And we can help you with that.
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