Business Plan, Business Strategy

Get a Business Plan prepared by someone who’s successfully executed one.


Writing a business plan is a useful exercise: it forces you to consider all aspects of the business at once, define and challenge your assumptions, draw connections between different business areas. For instance your projected sales volume may inform the staffing plan and help you define timelines for production.


key benefits

  1. pitch deck for investors

  2. recruiting tool for key employees and executives

  3. part of a loan application

  4. internal planning purposes

  5. shareholder update

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“If you don’t know where you are going, you’ll end up someplace else.”
– Yogi Berra

Reduce your plan to writing. The moment you complete this, you will have definitely given concrete form to the intangible desire.
- Napoleon Hill


  1. Define the audience and objectives

  2. Identify past work, tools and templates to leverage

  3. Define the outline or structure

  4. Create a work plan and assign tasks

  5. Research and analysis

  6. Create assumptions

  7. Create models and projections

  8. Draft content

  9. Assemble final documents

  10. Polish, practice, pitch, present

  • Luck
  • Timing
  • Planning

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