Blueprint for a Killer Business Plan — Part 4: How You’ll Run Your Business
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Blueprint for a Killer Business Plan — Part 4: How You’ll Run Your Business

This fourth (and final) post in our blog series, “Blueprint for a Killer Business Plan,” (see Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3) will fill in the specifics on what to include in the parts of your business plan that go into operations, financials and management. These “nuts-and-bolts” details demonstrate that you clearly understand the bottom line…

Blueprint for a Killer Business Plan —  Part 3: How You’re Going to Make Money
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Blueprint for a Killer Business Plan — Part 3: How You’re Going to Make Money

This third post in our blog series, “Blueprint for a Killer Business Plan,” (here are Part 1 and Part 2.) will help you write the part of your business plan that tells How You’re Going to Make Money. It defines what products or services you are selling and what marketing strategies you’ll be using.

Blueprint for a Killer Business Plan — Part 2: Defining Who You Are
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Blueprint for a Killer Business Plan — Part 2: Defining Who You Are

This second post in our blog series, “Blueprint for a Killer Business Plan,” (Here’s Part 1) will help you write the part of your business plan that tells the world Who You Are. Here we’re going to going to deliver the info you need to: Refine your executive summary Clarify your business description Simplify your…

Blueprint for a Killer Business Plan — Part 1: Before You Start
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Blueprint for a Killer Business Plan — Part 1: Before You Start

One thing that’s super important when starting any new business is to plan out your vision for it. To succeed and get financing, you must create a rock-solid business plan that clearly explains your goals and missions, including: Who you are What you are all about And how you’re going to make money We’re going…

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The Myth of Simple Custom Design

Today, I’d like to address something that comes up in conversations with clients quite a bit — the myth of simple custom design. The proliferation of “get it done quick and cheap” web builders like Squarespace and design marketplaces like Fiverr have led to a growing public assumption that high-quality custom designs and “simple” websites…

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How to Plan a Successful First Online Launch

If you’re like many clients who come to us, you’ve got a great idea for a program, course or product and you want to launch it online. You’ve seen many other entrepreneurs launch their thing, you’ve heard countless success stories, and launching looks like your ticket to finally making big bucks online without trading hours…

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