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reliable statistic, is preparation of a comprehensive Business Plan. Only about
one half of all new businesses survive the first few years, and nearly all of
those successful ventures have and use a Business Plan. Conversely, nearly all
of the failed businesses do not have a Plan.
Plan, and a correlating disadvantage to ignoring that prerequisite. That makes
sense: Preparation and consideration of a Plan and its details, forces us to
focus. We essentially trick ourselves into paying close attention to minutiae, to
recognize and remedy possible obstacles while retaining sight of the wider
lending institutions or investors; (2) as a means of examining the business idea
as if it were the enterprise, so that strengths, weaknesses and potential
problems can be noted and corrected while still in the planning stage; and (3)
once the business is operating, as a tool for monitoring and evaluating progress.
and abets resolution of difficulties. The plan itself should be reviewed annually,
and modified for additions and expansions as the business grows.
copy or print the Plan outline for your own use.
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This, of course, is the Home page. The About link has a partial
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spaces for comments and queries.
Along with resume and job-search support material (cover letter,
references, salary history), the Resume HQ explains atypical
material and when it should be used.
The Business Plan page has a generic plan outline. Please feel free
to copy or print the outline for your own use. If you're forwarding or
providing it to someone else, please credit this site. The same request
applies to Resume HQ material.
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please do not hesitate to contact me about projects. If you're inside
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