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The 1st Step to Take When Creating a Business Plan

A business plan is the road map for the direction you wish your business to travel. Before you can travel down that road you must figure out where you are going, why you want to go, how you are going to get there, how you will pay for your trip, who you are taking with you and what you will do when you reach your destination.
So when putting a business plan together it’s like planning a trip – doing the research, planning everything and then implementing those plans. The first thing that must be done is the background work before anything else can be started.
The 1st Step
Background work (research) ~ this is probably going to be the most detailed list of things that must be done in preparation for creating a plan.
SWOT ~ you probably already have a business idea and think it is great. However, …

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Brainstorming and Creating Home Business Ideas – Simple Successful Strategy

There are a number of different home business ideas that can bring a small fortune to an individual person. A lot of people would love to have their own business but they can never come up with any ideas. In this article I would like to share some of my personal methods of finding and creating ideas for home businesses.
The first and most important thing that you’ve got to do is brainstorm. Its best to surround yourself with like minded people; it can be difficult for a single person to think of a business ideas and then get the business up and running. Surround yourself with good people, and start the brainstorming process.
Now there is a lot more to brainstorming then just throwing out ideas and hoping to come across a good one. As a group you need to discuss how much you’re willing to invest, how much …

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Creating Change: Finding Something to Be Passionate About

One of the biggest differences that I notice that separate people who are really truly happy from everyone else, is that those who radiate happiness are passionate about something in their lives. Recently I went on a site visit with some clients that I work with who are interested in putting a business together. They had done a few feasibility studies but couldn’t really decide which direction they wanted to head in. I had the chance to take them on a tour of a business that had some similar components to the kind of operation they were thinking of running. The group left the visit unable to decide the direction they wanted to head in.
They had three initial goals: be able to grow and sustain the organization, be able to hire people with disabilities, and be able to turn a profit. The one thing they lacked was passion. I …

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