Project Proposal Template
Most freelancers spend hours talking to clients and hand-writing proposals only to hear crickets after sending them. This template will help you focus on sending the right message and setting the right expectations with your prospective clients so you can stop wasting time and start closing more deals.
Legally Binding Contract
This contract is legally-binding and was written by my own legal council. It's plug-and-play, easy to edit, and ready to use with any type of project or client. Your clients will respect you and you'll be in a position to protect your freelancing business. This alone is worth well over $1,000!
Why not use a proposal software like Bonsai, Bidsketch, or PandaDoc?
These tools are great at generating layouts for proposals, but they all require you to input the content. With my plain text files, you can easily paste the content into your preferred tool to save time.
Frequently Asked Questions
This proposal isn't a magic wand that guarantees you more clients just because you use it. You need to be having the right conversations with your clients beforehand so that the proposal is leveraged to its maximum potential
Yes! The contract was drafted by my own legal council and is as official as it gets. Any good lawyer should be willing to stand behind this contract. It's clear, legible, easy-to-edit, and will work with any type of project.
If you don’t find this product valuable at all or if it’s just not what you were expecting, let me know. Refund requests will be handled on an individual basis.
A proposal is focused on the high-level project background, scope of work, payment schedule, etc. A contract contains all the legal terms of engagement, which can easily distract a client from the proposal when the two are combined.
You'll get multiple versions of each document. The proposal comes in PDF, InDesign, Word, and plain text formats. The contract comes in Word and plain text formats.
Yes! You'll get written instructions that show you how to leverage both documents to their maximum potential.