Sketch Your Business Plan in Less Than 10 Minutes

As an entrepreneur, you need something that will be the guardrail for you and your business. Something that will show you the right way while you traveling to success. A business plan is a perfect solution for that rule.

Have you ever tried to make your next business plan without feeling like you lose your time?

Have you ever tried to make your business plan in such a way that it will be useful, especially for you when you manage your business in the future?

If so, you’ll already know that it’s not easy because business plans need much more work. On the other side, many business plans fail because of a lack of entrepreneurial commitment to implement everything that’s planned.

So what you can do? Many entrepreneurs have found success in the business planning process by using a simple one to three pages plan that was built in order to achieve business reality as soon as possible.

This post will help you to sketch your next business plan as quickly as possible, so you will easily start implementing what you need to implement to make your business much better in a highly competitive environment.

If you want to do this answer the following questions and write the answers on a piece of paper:

  1. Where you want your business to be in the future?
  2. What are you having in your pocket?
  3. What you will need to invest to arrive there where you want to arrive?
  4. How you can fill the gap between what you need and what you have?
  5. What do you need to do to arrive there where you want to arrive?
  6. Is there some possible risk area on the way when you travel to the position where you want to be in the future?
  7. How you can identify those risk areas?
  8. How you can manage those risks if it appears while you are traveling to the desired destination?
  9. How you can measure the success of your business while implementing your business plan?

As you can see, the answers to the questions will lead you to have on your hands the following things:

  • Your goals defined, or where you want your business to be in the future.
  • Your budget required to achieve your goals.
  • The ways how you can finance the future of your business.
  • Everything that you will need to do to achieve goals.
  • Clearly defined risk management strategy.

Now when you know how to create your next business plan in less than 10 minutes, you’re ready to start doing that, without worrying that you will not have enough time.