Research grant writers (Nih, nsf, dod, doe):
And what to do about it
The Summer of Specific Aims was put together by my team and I specifically to help you to bridge the Implementation Gap, in order to get more writing, thinking, and clarity work done this summer, without the need for hard work.
Through the accountability and feedback structure, we'll help you stay on track to your goals, with just a few hours of writing work per week. By doing your part, you'll have an NIH Specific Aims page (or Project Summary Page) draft by mid August that's ready for the next steps.
This positions you perfectly for Fall grant deadlines, such as the NIH R01 deadline on October 5, 2021. You'll have a great head start in your writing and clarity, so that you're not struggling to put something compelling together just as the Fall busy season starts.
We do this through key supports:
By giving yourself the gift of an accountability and feedback structure for work on your proposal this summer, you take away much of the procrastination, avoidance, and "I'm too busy" that creates the Implementation Gap. Moreover, you give yourself a support structure, solving one of the major underlying causes of the Gap.
While we can't guarantee you'll have a "perfect" proposal by August (nobody can), we can guarantee that if you join us and do the work each week, you'll be a lot closer to having a great proposal for the Fall.
We look forward to seeing you!
* Learn an easy-to-follow method based on analyzing what worked in successful proposals
* Keep on track and moving forward
* Get questions answered and see examples LIVE from the class
* Weekly Calls run June 21st - August 13th. Recordings are available if you miss some.
* You turn them in, we review them
* We'll select a few of the best examples to share so you have a live guide to follow
* Get direct, incisive feedback on how it is coming together
* Schedule your review before August 31st
The Easiest Grant I Have Ever Written!
“...it is totally true that my last R01 was the easiest grant I have ever written and it was fun. Clarity changed the grant from work to flow. It took me 3 months to lock in the specific aims but then The grant just kind of flowed out of me so easily. I actually enjoyed it!”
-- Lisann Gittner, Researcher
After the summer is over, you'll still have access to all your course content plus one year of monthly Q&A Calls with our grant writing coaches.
Additional bonus lessons address topics of interest, including "The Structure of Persuasion", "Rigor and Reproducibility", "10 Secrets to a Great Talk", "Offense vs. Defense" and more.
A fully annotated example library with 13 examples and counting, each with a video walkthrough. Examples include R01, R03, NSH, MIRA and more.
Discover how you can power-charge your success by examining your thinking in these short reports.
- The Missing Step in Writing a Killer Grant Proposal
- Positive Emotional Control
- The Hardest Decision: When faced with the question of “Am I ready to submit?”, turn here for answers
Regaining My Enthusiasm!
“Morgan has given me back my enthusiasm for writing grants - rather than blame the system, I have something I can actually make a difference with.”
-- Yalda, London, UK