We think of a coaching experience as an investment that a person makes in themselves and their business/future and one that must produce a return on this investment. This return can be measured in a variety of different ways such as were the initial goals met or by simply looking at the bottom line. #businesscoach #executivecoach #executivecoaching
Many clients come to us looking for someone to write their business plan. They think it is like ordering Chinese Food – “a little of this, a little of that and I’ll stop by later to pick it up.” If you simple want a business plan to follow what you are looking for is franchise. They develop the product mix, set the pricing, figure out the marketing and hand you a plan to follow and execute. And it’s a perfectly viable way to get into business. But that is not what we do. #business #businessplanning #businessplan
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As a serial entrepreneur, investor, and chief architect of “the Super Bowl of investment competitions,” Rob Adams has poured through tens of thousands of business plans over the years—and has seen the good, the bad, and yes, the ugly. “There’s this tendency for smart people to want to say a lot in a short time,” he says. “If you do that, you sound confused, like you don’t know what’s important. Part of a good strategy is knowing what not to do.”