How to Make Your Writing Clear and Concrete

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Effective writing, whatever your field, shares some basic characteristics. It is Clear and Concrete, Courteous and Collegial, Current and Consistent, and Concise. We call these the seven C’s of effective writing.

This article will address the first two C’s, Clear and Concrete, and share tips on how to state your case so others can understand it and respond.


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Content Partner: PEAK Grantmaking


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https://www.peakgrantmaking.org


What are the main takeaways or key points from this resource?:

Shares tips on how to state your case so others can understand it.


Publication/Event Date:

April 2012


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Public


Authors(s):

Tony Proscio


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General Grantmaking Skills

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