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Are you ready to start a business OR grow an existing one? 

We offer an extensive range of business planning resources to help you develop the perfect plan for your business.

We provide you with the tools to write your own business plan, assistance to help you write your plan, or our experienced team can write your plan for you.

We also offer services for other plans, such as marketing, public relations, and project plans.


A plan is a very important and strategic tool for entrepreneurs and business owners. A good plan not only helps you focus on the specific steps necessary for you to make your business ideas succeed, but it also helps you to achieve your company's short-term and long-term objectives. Benjamin Franklin once said, "If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail." (Benjamin Franklin).

We offer step-by-step
micro-trainings, guides,
and other resources to
help you complete your plans. 


Starting a successful business takes real planning. According to research published in 2019 by Small Business Trends: A little more than half of all start-up businesses survive to their fourth year. After this, the start-up failure rate is approximately 44%.  The main reason they fail, in 42% of cases, is because there is a lack of market needs, 29% fail due to a lack of funding, and 23% because they hired the wrong team. Other reasons include being beaten by competition or the lack of a business model and proper planning.  

Proper Planning Prevents Poor Performance

It's time to get your plan completed.


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Plan Type

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Start Building

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Your Plan

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Your Plan



Enjoy these amazing benefits

  • Downloadable Fill in the Blank  Workbook

  • Lifetime Access

  • 90 Day Strategy & Action Plan Template

  • List of Business Plan Writing Tips

  • List of Terms

  • Micro Business Plan Template

  • Exclusive Discounts on Products and Services 

  • Funding Dynamics Training

  • Tools and Resources

  • Financing, Loans and Lines of Credit

  • Business Planning and Strategy Coach

  • Crash Course on Building Business Credit

  • 6 starter vendors (BONUS)

  • 14 Day Challenge REWARDS PROGRAM (BONUS)

Register here to start your Business Plan Writing Course Today

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Here are 5 tips to remember when writing your business plan

  1. Be concise 

  2.  Be specific   

  3. Know your market   

  4. Know your finances

   5. You don't have to do it alone

Happy Managers

If you need any of the following then this course is for you.

Plan of action

Need to raise capital

Need a road map

Would like to learn more about an industry

Test an idea 

Want to know where to start

Rebrand your business

Finish that old plan you've started

This course is for you if you are:

  • Starting a business

  • Thinking about starting a business

  • Interested in learning how to write business plans

  • Seeking funding to start or expand an existing business

  • Building a road map to success

  • Learning more about your industry

  • Determining how your business idea can attract, service and support its market share

Every company should have a plan

Why are business plans important? 

The importance of planning should never be overlooked.  To become a successful and profitable, the owners and the managing directors should have a crystal clear understanding of the company, it's customers, it's strengths and how it compares to competition.  Business plans are essential to the success of a business and can make or break a business. There are many reasons why you should consider preparing a business plan, especially if you are launching your own business.  Business plans are created for structure, investment, strategy and growth.  

At the completion of this Step by Step Business Plan Bootcamp, you should

  • Know what the components of a business plan are

  • Be able to create incredible business plans from scratch

  • know how to complete your business plan

  • Have a clear path to knowing how to format your plan

  • Have the tools and understanding to complete your business plan quickly, efficiently, professionally and effectively 

Fact to remember

A business plan and a financing proposal are  closely related.  In fact, a good business plan that is updated periodically makes the most powerful financing proposal a small business can have.  A business plan also help you gain more knowledge of your industry and that knowledge incorporated in your business plan helps you establish credibility with the potential sources of your financing.  

11 things to consider when writing a business plan

If you have ever heard that old saying regarding the 6 P principle that proper preparation prevents prevents poor performance.  Well, your business plan is something that must be planned to be a successful document that will support and enhance the presentation of your company's short and long term objectives, position, market, appeal, and profitability. If you are an expanding small business, an upstart or a new non-profit organization, then you may be seeking funding or investors. For you, your business plan must exhibit excellent and well planned presentation information.

  1. What is the purpose of your business plan?

  2. What components do you need for your plan?

  3. What are the core values of the company?

  4. What will be you company's vision and mission? 

  5. Who is your audience and how will you connect with them?

  6. What information will you need to gather, read and analyze to complete your business plan?

  7. How will you describe your company's Unique Selling Proposition, Products/Services, Market Analysis, and Operations? 

  8. What marketing strategy or strategies will you use to promote your products and/or services?

  9. Who will be your sales force and what will be your sales cycles?

  10. How will you handle accounting?

  11. How to develop your sales projections?

Get a jumpstart on building your plan 


What is a business plan?

A business plan is a document that describes a company and it's as well as plans on how to achieve those goals.  A well-written business plan should include a missions statement and financial projections.  Business plans can vary in length, scope, and detail depending on the situation you’re going to use it for. However, business plans often have similar elements and cover the same key areas, no matter how long or short they are. 

Most business plans are formal. A written document that state what a company does, what it wants to do, what it plans to do and how it plans do it.  A business plan should be written so that anyone - such as potential investors or business partners - to asses how your company compares to other companies in the same industry and how your company plans to compete, profit in or dominate that industry.  A well crafted business plan provides the specific organizational, financial, and operational framework of a company.  Business owners can use a business plan as an internal strategy document and statement of values and/or purpose.  A business plan is a great tool that to give potential investors an idea of a company's core mission and future goals.  It can also be used for proof of concept or to prove the competency and value proposition of the company to possible outside investors. 

A business plan is the perfect tool to guide business owners when forming a business partnership, starting a new business or expanding an existing one.  A good business plan that is updated periodically makes the most powerful financing proposal a small business can have especially when financing a business.  It is a great way to communicate the current state of your company and how you plan to expand it.  In order to attract capital investment, you need to give a comprehensive summary of how your company is currently operation and a detailed plan for future growth.  When starting a partnership, the business plan will lay out the full detailed financial agreement preventing any future confusion and disputes.  

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