Lehua Kyllikki planner, 2017-08-03 10:40:41. 2. Make a list of names and phone numbers of places and/or people you might need to contact in case of an emergency at your travel destination or at your home. This may include your home security company phone number and/or a neighbor who is keeping an eye on your home while you are gone. If you board your pets don't forget to list these phone numbers. Youll also want to include close relatives or someone to be contacted in case something happens to you or your family while on the trip. These phone numbers may be valuable if you are delayed returning home. This list can be put in a separate sleeve protector or on the back side of the one above if there is room.
Yehudit Laine planner, 2017-07-31 11:00:50. If I sound as if I lack humility I apologize, it is only because this first area requires me to be direct, so to make sure the message is clear I want to keep it as simple as possible.
Doubravka Tamara planner, 2017-08-02 05:56:59. FALSE! The answer is actually opposite of what one might think. The couple actually wants to come into your office to talk about themselves, their wedding, and to make sure you can solve their pain...planning THEIR wedding! Actually, if you take a little time and get to know the couple and LISTEN to their vision landing the client will be a cinch. There are several aspects during interview that put your client at ease and make the initial consultation run like clock work. Discovering the couple''s style, guest count, date and time of the wedding, money priorities, and wedding details all must be made known upfront PLUS the most important part YOUR ROLE in the planning process.
Doubravka Tamara planner, 2017-07-31 12:34:22. A title page should follow the cover letter. This page should simply name your proposal: you'll probably want something like "Proposed Plan by Katrina's Weddings for the Smith-Jones Wedding" or "Catering Plan for the Benson Wedding." These two pages might be all you need in the introduction section for most wedding proposals, but if you're laying out your ideas for a major extravaganza in a long proposal, you might need to include a Client Summary (usually a bulleted list of important points) and/or a Table of Contents to complete the introduction.
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