How to Write a Business Plan in 14 Days

How to Write a Business Plan in 14 Days

Don’t get overwhelmed with writing your business plan!
Here’s a simple step-by-step process for putting your business plan together.

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  1. I live in Ensenada, México. I'm a certified tour guide and want to set up my formal small business. Ot's overwhelming, but with your channel and tutorials I feel like I can get it done, so that lots if visitors may hire my services and book me ahead of time. Thank you

  2. Hello thanks for sharing,
    My name is Wira,I Am from Bali,Indonesia.
    We have ENTREPRENEURIAL PROJECT to help traditional community in Bali :

    – Guide local communities to be creative entrepreneurs together
    – Encourage young people to pursue entrepreneurship together
    – Create a movement to advance economic growth and  culture balanced 
    – Develop self-determination in economic and cultural matters
    – Provide employment opportunities for local communities based on culture,   
     environment,community,and potential future.

    If anybody want to know more information and want to learn, help us guide or consult us about  the local community here
    Please contact:

    We will really glad to have you ask about our project


  3. Great video! I was expecting to spend about 5 or 6 weeks doing it but this just simplified everything! THANK YOU QUEEN! I am definitely subscribing 

  4. So glad that it was helpful to you! It's easy to get overwhelmed by the process. The main goal is to get started documenting your ideas, concepts and strategies on paper so you can really understand your business and how it works. Don't worry about perfection.

  5. I love and needed this info…you just made this whole process so simple for me, so now I should have a perfected business plan in 2 weeks….You have a new subscriber, thank you Queen.

  6. The standard is to include a confidentiality agreement when distributing your business plan. Keep in mind that the SBA is designed to support the growth and development of small business so you shouldn't be too concerned with their representatives trying to take your ideas.

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