Writing Research Letter of Intent
Good letters are an essential part of the sales process. Especially the first letter you write to a new contact. Good letters are little ambassadors that traverse every corner of the present day commercial world. They constitute the biggest source of active liaison that is necessary concomitant for producing business. Good letters are cultivated through intelligent planning, enthusiastic involvement, and good old-fashioned hard work. Here are two examples from my own experience that illustrate this point.
Good letters are rational, reasonable, and respectful. Emotions are better expressed by shouting at the TV or the newspaper than at your Congressman. Good letters are often printed in the editorial sections of newspapers. Bad letters are not printed and tossed away or worse yet, printed and come off as a poor reflection of you and your business.
Personally, I feel that it’s reasonable to expect a certain amount of civility in my fellow humans, a certain respect for the rules (grammatical and otherwise). One of the interesting things about rule-systems is that they tend to develop as civilizations get larger and more complex. Personally, he drew very near to God; seemed to talk with him, as with a dear friend. His earnest prayers for the cause he loved, and was willing to labor for, shall never be forgotten.