When you’re considering whether to start a business truly on your own, with friends or relatives, or with trusted colleagues, it is important to put thought into the decision — and this book helps you do so by examining why these decisions matter so much.
Noam Wasserman, using a decade of research, teaches you how to shape the leadership section of your business plan in order to make your company as successful as humanly possible.
You will also walk through five sample business plans and be given helpful hints to accompany the worksheets provided for drafting your own project.
Written by the company that has helped generations of students prepare for standardized tests, this book approaches the challenge of creating a business plan in the same straightforward, system-minded way.
This book will help you make a custom business plan that is sure to lead you towards success.
If you need some extra hand-holding to get started, this book is for you: You will learn how to choose an organizational structure that is right for your business, learn how to market that business effectively and in a way that helps your business grow, and learn how to organize your business plan into the traditional sections.
When you are starting a new business, there will be plenty of people trying to advise you on how to do so — including the authors of books on this list!
But all of this good advice is useless if you get paralyzed by anxiety about how to go about implementing it.
You will also see plenty of examples on how to calculate profit and keep track of your cash flow.
Complete with a 53-page workbook, you’ll be constructing your business plan as you read the book rather than trying to learn the fundamentals of business planning and applying them later.