Business Dilemma or
Blueprint for Success
"Most novice entrepreneurs enter into business
with the experience of an employee."
~ Sumner M. Davenport
With a desire to succeed, many novice entrepreneurs struggle not knowing
where to find their customers, and not knowing how to structure their activity, finances or
presentations in order to grow their business.
best intentions when they start, many find their days ending in frustration and low results. Many use stop-start or sporadic efforts.
Many small businesses function
from fear rather than strategy simply because
they dont know what to do. Or if they have an ideas of that they think they
should do, they don't know how to do it efficiently and effectively to get
the desired results. Even worse, some small businesses have been struggling for so long, they dont
know how to get out of the rut.
you have a business plan - is is one that YOU wrote?
More importantly - does it motivate you and do you
you know how to budget for your business?
Do you know what you can do most effectively on your available funds, time or contacts?
How did you determine your potential market and customers?
How do you plan on getting the word out about your business?
"The successful person makes a habit of doing
the failing person doesn't like to do."
~ Thomas Edison
looking at your starting point and your
(or re-capture) your Vision and get
and evaluate your market in relationship
to your goals
your current marketing approach compared
to your previous
anticipated returns and others in your
and analyze your current sales,
marketing, promotional and media
for your best return-on-investment.
and keep your ideas organized so you can
find them to add to
what you know and build from there.
Business Plan Checklist and free
sample business plans.
"My first six
years in the business were hopeless.
There are a lot of times when you sit
and you say
"Why am I doing this? I'll never make
it. It's just not going to happen.
I should go out and get a real job, and
try to survive."
~ George Lucas ~