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One Page Business Plan

Patrysha is back with us again to share her tips for creating a one-page business plan. Unless a small business needs bank loans or is engaging in a more traditional business structure, a formal business plan may not be necessary. Instead, small business owners can easily craft a one-page business plan that will keep them focused on their mission.

The one-page business plan enables business owners to write out a plan for serving their idea customer by solving that customer's problem in a unique way and through a specific process. This system will bring in revenue, but will also have at least some costs associated with it that should be offset by the revenue.

Patrysha and I discuss the steps necessary to crafting this business plan and why it's important in the context of your business ideas, and why a business plan isn't a document you create and never look at again. Your business plan will help you chart your journey and find the gaps in your course, whether you're just starting out or have years of experience.

One Page Business Plan Resources

Other Resources Mentioned

Creatorpreneur Collab Podcast
Creatorpreneur Collab Podcast
Episode #10: The Only One Page Business Plan You Need
About the Author

I chose to proactively retire from the classroom teaching and share my gifts in a different context. I'm a damn good teacher and I'm tired of working within a frustrating system that won't let me do what I know is right. So I'm taking my business full time -- and I'm still educating, still making a difference in the world. And I want to help you do the same.

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