Why Take Control?
If you feel like:
- Your business is running you instead of you running your business; it means making difficult decisions on how you will spend your time.
- You are in the way of keeping the business moving forward; it means you need to clearly identify and communicate the priorities of your business to the team.
- Giving up decision making in your business means the decisions made will be wrong; you need to identify how you want the business to be run.
What is common to all of these issues? It is the need to clarify your goals, identify key strategies, and prioritize the work to be done. And to do that, you need to have a clear vision for where you want the business to be in the next three years. In essence, you need a plan to take control of your business.
Build a Business Plan That Works
Perhaps you don’t want to do business planning. What does business planning mean to you, though? If you’re like many people, you think a business plan is a massive endeavor. Something that will take you weeks to pull together, and who has time for that right now? What if I told you, you could build the initial draft of your business plan in about 2 hours? And then finalize it with two to three rounds of editing? Does that even sound possible? If not, allow me to introduce you to the One Page Business Plan.
When I was running my business, I struggled to identify and communicate what I wanted to build on my team. I knew what I wanted, and I needed a simple way to present it. My history working for large Fortune 500 companies taught me to build big business plans, but I also had an army of people to pull in to do the work. That just wasn’t possible with my new small business. I realized I needed the effectiveness of those corporate plans, and I needed it on one page.
Business Plans Made Simple
That’s when I found the One Page Business Plan. With this tool, I could create a plan that was clear and easy to communicate with my team. And it contained everything I needed to have control of my business. The methodology identified the key things I needed to measure, the details on how I wanted the business run and the work that had to be done to get us in the place to succeed. Accountability is also a crucial part of the system, so nothing is forgotten, and the plan never ends up on the shelf. And it really can be done in just a couple of hours.
The system comes with examples and fill-in-the-blank prompts that allow you to learn and master it quickly. You don’t need to worry about writer’s block or forget essential items because everything is there to get the mental juices flowing. If this all sounds too good to be true, why not come check it out yourself. Starting on Monday, February 22nd, I am hosting a workshop that will teach you the methodology. You will learn what you need to create your plan, and after attending five 30-45 minute sessions, you will have your plan underway. You can register for “Build a Clear Path Forward for Your Business” today!