Today’s Tip – The right way to write; Paragraph 1 –
The most important paragraph is your first one. It is all about your intended person(s) and their past. Showing them how much you know about them allows a person(s) to get excited. You are feeding a truth that is “people care more about themselves than anyone else”. So, you give them that in a direct way. It also shows you did some research, work, and care about who you are contacting. Keep this paragraph, along with the others to around 3 or 4 sentences. No more or less than that for each paragraph.
The more involved your understanding of your person(s) the more they will relate to you. It will lead them to be interested in what you’ll have written in the second paragraph. Each paragraph needs to work together. Leading one from the other, and working well as a whole. A weak opener, middle, or ending will destroy a great proposal idea. So, concentrate on your research. Keep away from writing a bio, or listing of events in any of these paragraphs. You want to have a personal touch to it. Showing you are pointing out your interest of them.
Below is an example of someone writing paragraph one, to BBR Productions Inc.
“What I appreciate about BBR Productions Inc. determination has always been its selflessness. Working hard to bring possibility to life, starting out as a one person company in illustration then turning into a multipurpose company over its 15 year growth. Helping more than just artists find their own path, but companies, individuals, and people looking for an opportunity to bring their dreams to reality. If, at all, this letter is a representation of my gratitude for your company’s inspiration for my personal success.”
Deadly Nights (Band)