Most good ideas are born from a problem. We are Bridged Design, and we are the lovechild of the proposal design industry. See, the problem that created us was sloppy, outdated, uninspiring and overpriced. While it’s impolite to speak of your parents that way, we have come to grips with the realization that their way, the old way, is the wrong way. Let us prove it to you. Read more
I once estimated that most people know what an estimate is. I was wrong about that estimation (won’t be the last time, either). It seems there’s some confusion afloat, but there’s very few things I can’t answer, provided access to Google
As a teenager, I remember watching the coverage of the assassination attempt of President Reagan when Secretary of State Alexander Haig uttered the now infamous phrase, "I'm in control here.”
Fishing can be hit or miss, and sometimes the fish just aren’t biting. Yet there are those who still seem to catch fish all day, even though no one else is. Capture is somewhat like fishing in that sense.
With Super Bowl week approaching, the game can provide an important reminder of what is really important – winning. This philosophy applies to those working on proposals the same as it does for the 32 organizations in the National Football League: winning is all that matters.
The way you present yourself is often seen as a direct reflection of the quality of work you are expected to deliver on the contract. It isn’t much unlike how we portray ourselves in our everyday lives.