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Chris, I know that when I hear the words “business plan” I usually think start-up. And while this plan can certainly help a start-up find there way, even veteran business owners can take something away from this great piece.
Thanks for creating this.
Yay! You recorded audio! Now, to find it….. (HELP?)
It’s on the way Cathy. by the weekend for sure. And then in as many future seminars as possible.
Cathy, it’s up
I think the fact that Chris simplified it with live documents is key. I wish I would of had this video 3 1/2 years ago since I created so much documentation that was practically useless and following checklists that had nothing to do with my business model.
Awesome tips and a great approach!
I really appreciate starting with a ‘life plan.’ I think a lot of ‘traditional’ plans leave that out. That’s exactly how I started and it helps frame all the rest…
Thanks. It was what really mattered to me. : )
More GREAT Advice from my Small Business Advisory Board. Just what I needed for the two projects I’m working on.
Very happy to hear it, Aaron. Thank you. : )
I’m just starting out my business and have been putting off the daunting task of writing a business plan – this was so helpful in making the task less overwhelming, half of it was written in my head as I listened! Thanks so much!
I’m so happy to hear it, Lara. Any questions or problems?
This is Awesome guys! I was trying to figure out how I was going to get a hold of this business plan program! Then I find this…..and I’m so HAPPY to be a member of this community. You guys rock. Thanks!
Aaron, we’re so happy to have you
Bad me…never said thank you! So…Thank you Joe! Have a great one!
So glad you’re here. : )
Thanks Chris! Have a great day today.
Wait, is the the business plan program Chris is selling for $129 standalone and we get it included in our KTC membership? Holy crap that awesome! Thanks Joe and Chris!
That’s the deal, dude. : )
Thanks for this, it’s the most user friendly helpful business plan guide I’ve read – by my reckoning it’s worth the subscription price on its own.
One tiny suggestion – I would swap section 3 and 2 around – as you say who you sell to is far more important than what you sell.
Oh, and Chris, don’t throw rocks at your local hardware store