One Page Business Plan = the proverbial better mousetrap!
" Tom Peters, Author, Thriving on Chaos and Co-Author of In Search of Excellence"We have updated our business plan thanks to Tamara Monosoff, author of Secrets of Millionaire Moms.
This special version helps directors, boards and volunteers clearly define and live up to their promises. This book was written by consultants, for consultants.
Includes downloadable planning templates, sample plans, sales calculators, scorecards and bonus tools. It contains everything you need to create a blueprint for a successful consulting practice... You get proven downloadable templates and examples that reflect best practices.
What most people do (mistakenly) is simply launch into their blog without any thought whatsoever of where they intend to take it. No path forward other than just churning out content with little to no recognition for the effort. Instead, what we do is create something called the lean canvas.
And very rarely have they thought about any of what can ultimately result in having an actual business. they build a blog which has little to no real prospects.
We spent several days drafting our one pager -- and have been editing it ever since.
It is a powerful, living document, the very nature of which has led us to important new insights.
There are two ways to go about writing your business plan: Spend six or more hours a day detailing out a plan and reading it over every month -- or, gather all of the information and knock it out in one page.
If you chose the latter, here are some quick tips to help. providing entertainment, education and inspiration from successful entrepreneurs and thought leaders.