Home Advertise Contact Blog Advertiser Login RSS
Newsletter Signup

Your Free Business Opportunity Resource Is Easy To Use
Home-Based Businesses
Choosing a Business Opportunity Growth and Profit Marketing and Sales
Plans and Goals Running Your Own Business Start-Up
Working From Home Entrepreneur Exchange Feature Articles
Opportunity Community Opportunity Focus In The News

Improve Customer Engagement - The days of endless customer tickets are finally over, all thanks to the advancements in technology and innovations from clever software developers.

Improve Customer Engagement - Instead of being constantly overwhelmed by countless...

Free Lead Generation is a hot topic these days since many pay a pretty penny per portal to generate leads to increase ROI.

Free Lead Generation is part of any markets platform.  It is important to note that this November was 'nutty' for lack of a better word.  The purpose of this blog post...

Small Business Media and tapping into that vein can be a tricky and somewhat slippery slope unless you know some tricks of the trade.  Getting your message in front of the right audience is often the key to success.  So, where are the keys to the kingdom you ask and how can you get your hands on...


Sponsors

STARSCAPES®
Imagine making up to $500 to $1,800 a day! Call or click now see how you can get your business for FREE! (602) 679-0257
Wealthpaths by Helo
HELO is changing the game in wearable fitness devices. Get your own HELO, show it off and make money referring others.
How Many Leads Does It Take To Close A Sale?
This Featured Article is live on our blog and I know could be very insightful for connectivity and ROI.
Entrepreneurs Feeling Cooped Up This Winter?
Entrepreneurs, Mompreneurs, Daughterpreneurs, Dadpreneurs, Sonpreneurs, in many cases, working-from-home... Read on
Low Cost Business Opportunities to Own
Are your right for a Low Cost Business Opportunities to Own? The desire to own your own business... Read On
Top 50 Home-Based Business Ideas
Home-Based Business ownership can be the most rewarding endeavor you will ever undertake. The new year... Read On
It Takes a Hot Voicemail to Land a Warm Lead
If you're a successful entrepreneur who provides others like you the chance to follow in your footsteps... Read On
How Many Leads Does It Take To Close A Sale?
This Article is now live on our blog and I know could be very insightful for many. Read On
The Ideal Length of Everything Online, Including Social Media Posts
When one of your busiest marketing channels limits you to 140 characters, you know that the internet sets its own rules.
Green Businesses Make Good Sense
Shoppers worldwide are concerned about climate change and environmental dangers. That’s why the demand... Read on
Why Advertise Your Business Opportunity?
Over the years we have been fortunate enough to receive quite a few testimonials. In fact, ... read on
 
Resource Center > Article
FREE EBOOK OF THE MONTH...Entrepreneur Business Planning Guide Helps Crystallize Your Vision
18 Feb 13 Posted by: Kathleen C Lanza
in Opportunity Community
Share this Article:

Writing your business plan and need some help? Perhaps you’ve been asking yourself this question: What should a business plan include? If so, you’re one of many. How do we know? Because you’ve told us, time and again.

In fact, when we asked our fans on Facebook what topics they most wanted to learn more about and to provide us with some feedback on the things they need help with the most, many of them said the same thing. It would be great to learn more about what to include in a business plan!

Where to begin…

When it comes to business planning help, the pile of information providing “to-dos” and “how-tos” is wide and deep, so much so that it can be overwhelming, which is a shame given that much of it may be unnecessary. That’s especially true if you’re goal is to buy and/or start a small home-based or other kind of business, one where you have little to no need to secure venture capital. In instances such as these, a long, drawn-out plan full of tables, graphs and elaborate strategic and other detail probably is not necessary. Rather, the KISS method likely will more than suffice—Keep It Simple Stupid is oftentimes the way to go.

Business PlanBut don’t be fooled. Simple does not mean easy. Quite the contrary in fact. Writing your business plan is probably one of, if not the most, challenging and important tasks you MUST undertake if you want to be successful…period.

A great place to start? One that won’t cost you a dime and gives you the business plan basics in an easy-to-read format?

Allow us to suggest Raj Khera’s FREE eBook titled “How to Write the Business Plan of Your Dreams: A Step-by-Step Guide to Crystallizing Your Vision.”

It’s just one in a series of eBooks by this author designed for entrepreneurs by entrepreneurs in an effort to help them in planning and marketing their products and services using “simple, affordable techniques.” And that’s just what this book is all about. What it is not, Khera writes, is “an in-depth analysis of every strategy in the world that can help you write your business plan.” Rather, “(it) offers you, the (budding) small business owner, quick and concentrated information to reach your primary goal: crystallizing your vision into a business plan that is in line with your dreams. It’s easy reading designed to spark a light bulb in your head that will get you on your way fast,” he promises.

And he delivers…

Business Plan Free eBookIn just thirty pages, Khera covers the nuts and bolts for writing your business plan pretty well—everything from setting goals and nailing down your elevator pitch to defining your customer base and sizing up the competition. He then goes on to offer a comprehensive yet easily digested overview of how to structure your business plan, one that is not overwhelming, is simple to follow and emphasizes the fact that the executive summary of a business plan should always be the last step.

And while “How to Write the Business Plan of Your Dreams” offers a solid overview of the entire small business planning process and what it entails, its goal is to go one step further…to inspire. How exactly? By asking prospective small business owners to be mindful and explore the “Why?” of what they are doing as much as anything else and then to articulate that “why” in substantive and measurable ways.

The result? Readers are left with a very important take-away, one that they may not find in other self-help business-planning resource offerings. In setting the stage to write a meaningful, workable and ultimately successful business plan, your vision matters greatly. In fact, it is the very core of everything that will enable you to achieve your dreams, whatever they may be. As Khera says, “Your life’s vision must come first.”

Click here on the title to download a copy of Khera's FREE eBook, "How to Write the Business Plan of Your Dreams," now!

And once you do...we'd like to hear from you! Did you find this resource to be helpful? Inspiring? What other business planning resources have you found that have worked for you?

 

Related Blog Posts
5 Oct 16 Posted by: Kevin James Culp
in Opportunity Community

Accelerating Growth - Andy Birol, author of the successful Five Catalysts of Seven Figure Growth, continues his help for struggling companies with this guide. Here the focus is on finding ways to speed up the expansion phase of your business. Accelerating Your Growth: Insights and Examples for Exploiting...

2 Sep 16 Posted by: Kevin James Culp
in Opportunity Community

Book Review of The Small B!G - Are you trying to change the choices people make, get them to alter their behavior in some way? And having very little luck?

Then The Small B!G: Small Changes That Spark Big Influence is the book for you. In 52 short chapters, the experts explain actionable,...
2 Aug 16 Posted by: Kevin James Culp
in Opportunity Community

Getting More Out Of Life: Buying Getting More: How You Can Negotiate to Succeed in Work and Life was an easy choice. When you read that Google used it to train 30,000 employees, you gotta figure it’s got something going for it. I’m always on the lookout for helpful books and negotiation...

3 Apr 16 Posted by: Kevin James Culp
in Opportunity Community

The Richest Man in Babylon is a book by George Samuel Clason which dispenses financial advice through a collection of parables set in ancient Babylon.

"Acclaimed as the greatest of all inspirational works on the subject of thrift and financial planning, these...

1 Feb 16 Posted by: Kevin James Culp
in Opportunity Community
 
   

SocialXpand Business Opportunity Interview w/ Brian Weiss was for me a new way to learn from a customer and whom I consider a friend in the industry.

I've had the opportunity to work for a while now with Brian Weiss who is the Director of Sales for the
Video Spotlight
You're invited to view a Bartercard Online Franchise Presentation.

Premium Sponsor