I have a 100 page document that I need proofed and edited to make it very professional and grammatically correct. This needs to be done in a very short time frame (1 day max). The file will be ready on Sunday 1/21/07 and I need it back by close of business on 1/22/07. When you bid, please edit the two paragraphs at the end of this project description and submit it back to me. Once you proof and edit the paragraphs below it will give me an idea of your skills and ability to quickly turn this around. Please note that I am looking for someone who will catch all of the punctuation and grammar errors and who will clean up the writing to make it clear, concise, powerful and professional.
Paragraphs to edit and submit with your bid:
In studying numerous successful individuals who are successful such as Mary Kay Ash, Michael Jordan, Bill Gates, Oprah Winfrey and Linda Larsen, I’ve discovered that there’s one primary principal separating these individuals from people who do not reach their highest levels of success and fulfilment and that is that these individuals have proven over and time again that they are willing to do things that unsuccessful people are not willing to do.
They continue to ask for the sale after being told NO for the 20th time. They get up early or stay late to ensure the project is completed with excellence and on-time. They break through barriers and limited thinking that others have set for them. They dream of and work diligently at creating the successes they desire. In short, those who come to lasting success have developed the mindset for success. They have attitude of success long before success actually catches them. This attitude isn't just about being confident or having high self-esteem, rather, it is a way of thinking in your goals and aims are always in the picture, no matter what you do. It is a way of approaching and dealing with the world that portrays an attitude of possibility and confidence.
I will retain the rights to all work and a confidentiallity agreement will have to be signed to ensure the work is not resold.