Sunday, February 26, 2012
Commit to your Business Plan learning
Yes the effective Business Plan you draw up might be made up of a little bit of this, some of that and a pinch more for taste. This business plan might even sustain you until it's run its duration. However what happens when you go back it it an try making that next step. Do all the pieces integrate allowing the progress towards achieving all your objective actually be grow and be achieved.
You really do need a business plan. One that has short term, medium term and long term goals. The simple thing about making this plan is that really you need to have a focus objective.
The work out what your objectives are to gain your primary goal. Complement these with strategies of how you are gong to achieve the overall goal. Simple so far is it?
Not really however knowing what you want to focus on makes a great number one point.
If you want to bake a cake why then are you making a bread or cooking dinner? Deciding what type of cake, for who to eat and the suitability of that cake be makes you involved with the decisions. In this case strategies]
However being committed to baking the cake means everything has been laid out, you know the answers to these questions, you have a time line. The first step has been taken. Being committed is when on ingredient has mixed with another. When you have now committed to baking a cake.
Making a business plan, acting on it and then reviewing and then being able to redraw/ alter up another is making that learning factor a commitment to progress.