Doing a job that you do not like is truly a tough thing. You probably have a good salary. However, in most cases, the salary you have can’t cover all the costs that you have. Lack of money is not the only problem that people have. Let’s say that you like to travel a lot.
Most of the times when you go through articles underscoring the importance of having a business plan. The usual norm is for people to only draft them when they intend to use them for sourcing funding. However, it is more than just a tool for sourcing funding. It also carries with it so many uses
According to Mark Abell, the Senior Vice President and SBA Division director at the NBH Bank, “About 75% of the business plans that come with application-based projections lack at least one or more key areas. Most of the plans that I come across consist of very few pages of half-written points. And those points lack the most important
Writing a business plan is one of the most if not the most important part of starting a small business. You need to know where you are starting and set yourself goals and milestones to grow into a successful business. Businesses can take years to become truly profitable. To get to that important moment in