A good business plan acts as the platform from which an entrepreneur shouts ideas. It’s vital that the plan is logically organized and engaging, and that it conveys the energy behind your unique business idea.
The plan must offer absolute clarity about the venture. That said, a good business plan is thorough and detailed. Still, the best business plans are compact, offering only a snapshot that spells out intentions, objectives, and projected outcomes.
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Bucket Lists. They used to just be referred to as "goals." A few years ago, I went through cancer and I created a short Bucket List of things that I wanted to accomplish in the near future. I've done all but one to this point. I guess my teenage daughter liked the concept and she created her own Bucket…Continue
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January. Dark, cold and alcohol free. You have stocked up on soup, joined the gym, you’re wearing your new jumpers / shirts / shoes / socks / ties (maybe all of them...) that you were given for Xmas and trying to block out the ‘sporty’ one on…Continue
If you are finding the job search to be rather fruitless or have been thinking about leaving the corporate workforce for a personal venture, do you have a good plan in place to start a home business?
As more Americans find themselves out of the…Continue
In a day and age where the economy seems to go up one minute and then head south the next, why on earth would you want to quit your job to start a small business?
For some folks, the answer to that question is the desire to become their own boss. But becoming your own boss in 2012 is a risky proposition, especially given how fragile the economy has been. Just when the job market was starting to…Continue
“You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.” – Buckminster Fuller
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I am a Purchasing Professional in transition. Any…Continue
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What is going to make your business grow? Hiring the right people. What is the most important asset to your organization? Hiring the right people. How are you going to meet your business objectives? Hiring the right people. Yet most organizations don’t take the time to really think about how, who, or when they are going to attract people to their organization.
For some reason, hiring is very reactive, and this puts…Continue
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“Let’s face it. The only thing that really differentiates your business from the competition is your people.” - Rusty Reuff, Talent Force
This weekend, I had the opportunity to see the new A-Team movie as part of my birthday celebration. Throughout the movie, I took several mental notes that have inspired me to write this post. Believe it or not, it was my wife’s idea to see the movie! Needless to say, she has excellent taste. To quote Col. John ‘Hannibal’ Smith, “I love it when a plan comes together.”
Employers seeking to utilize social media tools for recruiting are seeking to lower their risk by waiting until there is substantial demonstrable evidence of utility. While this might seem like a smart strategy, it creates a false sense of comfort and ignores the fundamentals of risk & return. Instead of waiting for other employers to lower the risk of investment, focus on creating a measurable strategy with milestone-driven decision points to manage the uncertainty in social recruiting…Continue
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