How do you do that? Well, first you need to figure out your business. Then you’ll need to figure out your revenue goals. Make it through those two exercises, and you’ll vastly increase your odds of success.
If you’re interested in a bit more detail, I have a three part series on simplified planning:
- Simplified Business Plans for the Real World
- Simplified Marketing Plans for the Real World
- Apply the Simplified Marketing Plan to Online Tools
Still hungry for business info? Read the whole Small Biz 100 series. It’s a series (in progress) of 100 practical hands-on posts for small business people and solo entrepreneurs, whether in a small town, the big city, or in between. If you have questions you’d like us to address in this series, leave a comment or send us an email at email@example.com.
Hope you have as much fun this weekend as I’m going to!
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