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How to nudge your draft-bid reviewers to deliver their sharpest insights

Have you ever asked a colleague for feedback on a draft grant proposal and been told: “Looks fine to me, but it’s not really my area”? Not particularly helpful, is it? Well, I’m going to help you avoid ever hearing those words again by detailing how you can raise your chances of getting better feedback on draft bids. (Next week, I’ll try to help you avoid ever uttering those words again with some tips on giving good feedback.)

1. Ask for early feedback on the core idea to ensure you’re barking up the right tree.

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