Writing a Three-Page Business Plan That Sizzles
A business without a plan is like a house without a blueprint.
If you're a self-employed small business owner, and you're not writing a business plan in order to get a loan or venture capital, then you don't need to write a 40 page business plan full of chart, graphs and financial information.
Writing a 40 page business plan wastes your time and complicates something that’s a straight-forward process.
Instead, learn a new way to synchronize your thoughts and goals into a 3-page business plan that will catapult you into the greatest future you and your business can have!
Here is what you will learn:
- Crafting your mission statement
- Choosing a legal format
- Identifying your primary products and services
- Discovering your target audience
1-hour audio file (MP3 format), downloadable, plus PDF handout
You will also learn:
- Creating a vision for your future business
- Setting your business goals and milestones
- Choosing your brand and image Comparing your business with your competition
- Determining your overall marketing strategy
- Calculating revenue and expense forecasts
Plus a PDF handout with resources just for you.
In addition to the downloadable audio training program, you'll also receive an Business Planning Workbook in PDF format.
You get this great audio learning program for just $27
What Students Say...
Karyn, your Business Planning class was great and very informative. After 20 years in business, your class was a great recap for me and also a reminder of what it takes to keep it going. Wish that I would have had your type of classes 20 years ago when I was just getting off the ground. Keep up your classes - because your passion for business is definitely helping and assisting businesses!
Legal and Corporate Staffing
Jean Kripton, Inc.
What Students Say...
In the past, I've really struggled with creating my Business Plan. I didn't need a plan for financing but felt it to be a good idea just to know the direction of my business. The task seemed so overwhelming and I have to admit that I never really put a decent plan on paper.
After taking Karyn's teleclass on Business Planning, I learned that I wasn't alone and the real task is much easier than I imagined. As she walked volunteer participants through the steps, I was able to quickly "fill in the blanks" for my own business. Before the class ended an hour later, I had an outline that was easy to expand into my Business Plan and clearly set goals for my business growth in the future.
The Web Marketing Studio