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Business plans are the heart of your idea and the proper execution of your creation. Most businesses fail due to a lack of proper planning and proper budgeting.

A business plan allows business owners and future business owners to put ideas on paper, write a solid do-able budget, and organize a vision. This allows not only allows the owner, but others to see the vision as well.

Keep in mind that a business plan is the blueprint to an idea or invention, and can be used as a presentation to banks, and to potential investors.

A detailed and coherent business plan can determine the outcome of a business venture.

For me, when I started my first business, I neglected to write a business plan. I was so fired up about the idea of owning my own business and being my own boss, that I jumped in headfirst without a safety net.

I knew what I wanted to do and how I wanted to do it but did not take the time to sit down and organize it all. I knew I had great services, I knew I could make a massive amount of money, and all of the other stuff like a business plan, a budget, and a proper execution was just standing in my way.

All I had to do was just go for it, and everything would just fall into place. Nope!
I lost, and when I say lost, I lost miserably to the point where I gave up ever owning my own business and being my own boss. I was not cut out for it, and this was way more work than I had anticipated. I was done!

However, when something is so natural to you as if it were embedded in your DNA, you can not just dismiss it or shake it off. Entreprenuerialship was in my blood. I had to try again. But, this time with a plan! A business plan that is.

I created the exact same business, but this time, I took the time to create a business plan. It made all of the difference in my approach compared to the first time around.

I had a blueprint, a guide and I knew my limitations.

It is not easy to create a great business plan that will make investors take you seriously.

A business plan is a formal written document containing the goals of a business, how those goals will be achieved, and the time frame in which those goals will be attained. A well thought-out and researched plan will consist of an executive summary, a business overview, a sales and marketing strategy, management and operations details, and current and future financial information.

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