The shorter you can make your summary business plan, the better. You want to focus on just a few key elements of your business that will generate the most excitement among those reading it -- without requiring them to invest a weekend in doing so. You can always pass along a more detailed plan to those interested later. But you should be able to summarize it into one page max.
Chris Guillebeau had met people throughout this career as an entrepreneur that had very interesting stories about how they started up and managed to grow a successful business.
He decided to start interviewing people, listening to their stories, and recording the information. He then compiled this book together with his findings, and injected his own knowledge and interpretations.
What you end up with is a compilation of entrepreneurs explaining how they built businesses, and succeeded in the face of bad economies, tough government structures, and just plain hard lives. Crown Business Bonus Content: Companion website with exercises from the book.
Price as of this writing: Good Parts Perspective One thing that I loved about this book, which I also loved in my BlogWise reviewwas the different perspectives.
Instead, you have perspectives from numerous entrepreneurs who have been in the trenches. Additionally, he brings in the perspectives of experts that have different philosophies or methods. He also lays out how you should plan a business for the potential of being sold in the future.
I really like the unbiased approach. Wide Scope I also liked, in many ways, the wide scope that was brought to this project. You had entrepreneurs in manufacturing to entrepreneurs in web applications.
You had a gentleman from India creating spreadsheets to a Tuk Tuk driver in Thailand. In addition to the wide scope of entrepreneurs, the book covers product launches all the way to whether the business should grow once it is successful. Bad Parts I enjoyed the wide variety of content, but with that comes a lack of depth.
I was reading it on my Kindle App, and was highlighting so much in the book that it almost became pointless. I might as well have just changed the page colors to yellow. I think this book contains a lot of wisdom for anyone considering starting a business, or someone who has but wants a different perspective on growth, debt, etc.
This book is perfect for the person sitting in a cubicle wishing to be free of that lifestyle. This book covers a number of entrepreneurs who began their business and grew while still managing a cubicle job. This book definitely offers hope for people who feel trapped in their job.
Being an Entrepreneur Tagged With:When you start making your idea a reality, make a small plan. This is a simple plan: I want to make my first dollars by selling a tutorial on how to develop an iPhone app. You do not need a business plan to start your business.
Take action because this is the moment you will start your learning process. I use plans a lot these days.
the one-page Business plan OVERVIEW What will you sell? Who will buy it? How will your business idea help people? KA-CHING What will you charge? How will you get paid? How else will you make money from this project? Answer each question with one or two short sentences.
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For a template that you can use to write a complete business plan see the Simple Business Plan Template or these One Page Business Plan Templates. Executive Summary Example Section 1: Executive Summary The executive summary goes near the beginning of the plan but is written last.
start-up, as detailed in the company summary section of this plan. We have estimated total start-up costs of $, The numbers in the start-up and the start-up funding tables are meant to reflect these estimates.
The company capital Start-up Sample Business Plan. Pizza, Inc.