A business plan is the rule book and scoreboard in the game of business. It tells you what your rules are - how you will play / who you will play with / where the game will be / how you keep score / when the game begins and ends. As the scoreboard it tells you if you are winning or losing and should provide a determinant of when to end the game whether you are the champion or being knocked out. God Bless! #Strategy #BusinessPlan #Startup
Many of the challenges in the start-up process are very predictable. You need a good idea, a market that has at least marginal interest in that idea. You need good partners, lots of money, and the ability to smile in the morning and beat people silly in the afternoon.
Start-ups are a way of life. It's not a job, it's not a career, it's a way of life. You start a business for the sense of accomplishment and the trouble becomes that real accomplishment takes a while to happe
I would guess that every experienced entrepreneur and/or consultant would provide a different opinion on this question. I have been on all sides of this question and have started businesses at a variety of stages of life.
As a young, inexperienced entrepreneur one has the advantages of not knowing what you cannot do and so you may challenge and overcome limitations imposed upon older more seasoned businessmen/women by their background, experiences and environment. That sam