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A business planViews: 189
Jan 23, 2008 1:28 am re: Business plan outline, step-by-step (re: A business plan)

freeman fields
Although not needed, I agree with most of you about the need for a business plan. I don't think it prevents flexibility in how you're able to do business. Like mentioned prior, it serves as road map to where you are trying to go. Its the same as a contract. The contract not only keeps both parties bond as agreed, (more importantly) it keeps the terms, conditions & expectations clear and both parties on one accord.

This is what a business plan does for a group, or individual, keeps everyone on one accord with the goal and intent of that business. How can two walk together except they agree. It also provides a check list, if you will, for the business. In the business plan that i write, there is an actual check list of what's needed. In the process of developing the business, you're simply taking it one check at a time, with the hopes of getting "one check at a time". Feel free to use that one, but the next one will cost ya LOL.

None the less, it is, as stated before, a living, breathing document. It evolves as the business does. As it does, you're able to compare and physically see the stages. I looked back on my first business plan and could see why i wasn't able to get it off the ground. Although the business concept was great, the plan was horrible. But after implementing my new ideas, it was a master piece. (did i mention i was an artist also)

Just something to think about. Wasn't sure about writing, being the new kid on the block. Enjoyed you all comments.

God Bless


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