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Business Plan and Implementation Document (B-PAID)

Business Plan and Implementation Document (B-PAID) B-PAID, or Business Plan and Implementation Document, is a new term I heard from a gentleman named Jullien Gordon. Business plans aren’t meant to be written and then placed on a shelf. They are meant to be implemented. Within a business […]

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Hypergrowth Business Plans

Hypergrowth Business Plans The first question you may ask me is “What’s a hypergrowth company?” It’s a company that doubles its revenues every 2-5 years (or 20%-50% per year). Hypergrowth companies have extraordinary revenue growth but also unique challenges. The best companies have controlled and deliberate growth. […]

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Nonprofit Business Plan Lessons

Nonprofit Business Plan Lessons I receive many phone calls from nonprofit Executive Directors. They have a passion for helping people. Their missions are admirable. I hear 2 questions all the time: How can we raise money? How can we receive grants? Nonprofits are still businesses and must […]

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Why You Should Discuss Your Team Training Program in Your Business Plan

Why You Should Discuss Your Team Training Program in Your Business Plan Great team members help you reach the next milestone in your business and can make your business; however, you stand to lose millions if they’re not trained properly. Investors recognize this and fund not only […]

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Your One-Page Business Plan Cheat Sheet

Your One-Page Business Plan Cheat Sheet As entrepreneurs writing business plans, we can’t be expected to remember everything we need within our business plan. Therefore, I’ve created a simple cheat sheet for you! Great business plans include: A beta test or market survey of the idea. Businesses […]

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SWOT Analysis and Business Plans

SWOT Analysis and Business Plans As a business plan writer, I often include a SWOT Analysis for my clients. SWOT Analysis (alternately called SLOT Analysis) is a popular strategic planning method used to evaluate the Strengths, Weaknesses/Limitations, Opportunities, and Threats involved in a business venture. It involves […]

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Do You Need a 30 Page Business Plan?

You probably don’t need a full business plan if you don’t need an investor. Simply writing 2-3 pages will help you immensely. Once you’ve written this small plan, I suggest you get started. A great business plan answers the following questions: 1) Define your business in 1 […]

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How to Use Advisory Boards to Receive Funding

How to Use Advisory Boards to Receive Funding While your senior management team works on the day-to-day operations of attracting, servicing and retaining customers, smart entrepreneurs also recruit Advisory Boards. They are the great secret weapons of today’s fastest growing companies. An Advisory Board (which are different […]

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Writing Your Business Plan to Transition to Full Time Entrepreneurship

Writing Your Business Plan to Transition to Full Time Entrepreneurship I recently received a wonderful email from a woman who heard me speak on a webinar. She told me she was transitioning to full time freelance work and thanked me for the advice I gave. I have […]

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How to Reorganize Your Team to Attract Investors

How to Reorganize Your Team to Attract Investors Over 6,400 in 130 countries see a need to redesign their entire organization from top to bottom. 1 Your company may already have a customer base, revenues, and a team in place. Yet you may discover that you need […]

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