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Dear Speaker - Coach - Trainer - Business Consultant, if you have a great business niche, a golden opportunity to travel the world, or you just need your business to run more smoothly; you need a blueprint, a detailed and ready "profitable" business plan from Blue Print For The CEO.

https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/74194

Is your business bankable? Speakers/Coaches/Trainers see definition #2....bank·able BANG-kә-bәl adjective 1. acceptable by a bank; 2. considered powerful or stable enough to ensure profitability. noun: bank·ability Your bank is your cheapest, but often most difficult, source of capital available to operate and grow your company.

Is your business scalable? Is your business really profitable? Have you mastered your pitch? Are you cash flowing? Do you have expert negotiation skills? You can have access to a world-renowned Financial Consultant Expert, and an Executive Advisory Council who improves operational performance, and get's you financial results.

We coach entrepreneurs who want access to the coaching, expertise, and guidance required to insure the sustainable growth and profitability of their business. For many entrepreneurs, their ability to evaluate, internalize and act on the recommendations received from Blue Print For The CEO was the key driver to building a sustainable business.

Frequently our clients tell us their ability to implement our recommendations was instrumental in the financial success of their business. To sustain long term growth and remain profitable you must increase sales, consistently deliver a client excellent experience and become more efficient in all aspects of running your business.(testimonials on Face Page - Blue Print For The CEO)

Our methodology was built on 4+ decades of successful history, performance and results – not theory. We deliver real solutions, to improve our clients operational efficiency, financial performance and drive results.

Join us with other likeminded Speaker, Trainer, Coach, Consultant professionals for a (6) hour laser focused business plan lab (In-Person or Live Stream).

If you went to a 2-hour session before you probably left frustrated with an enormous amount of D.I.Y homework, spent countless hours completing it and it is still not cash flow ready and possibly just gave up on completing your business plan altogether.

In just 6 hours, you will leave with a solid start to business plan and an Business Plan expert to help you cross the finish line. If you are in Houston and want to sit in a class and have direct access to a business team who will act as your advisory board; hurry and register we are filling up in-person quickly; there are few in-person spaces left. HOWEVER, you do not need to be here to gain access to this VALUABLE information.

What does your Business Model look like? Does it include your Blueprint? Register today

Here's a Valuable article you may find interesting from SmallBizTrends.com

What is one good reason to write a business plan even if you’re not going for a bank loan or venture capital?”

Here’s what YEC community members had to say:

1. Clarity

“Writing a business plan or putting together an investor deck allows you to think more clearly about what you’re doing and where you are going. Key point to remember though is that the minute that your business plan hits the printer it is already out of date, so don’t depend on it as your to-do list. Think of it as a roadmap.” ~ Paige Brown, BookingMarkets

2. Gain a Deep Understanding of Your Market

“Although it took several weeks and I’ve barely looked at it since, I credit my business plan for helping me understand a brand-new industry in an extremely deep way before actually entering it, and for forcing me to deeply examine how we would fit into the market and what TalentEgg’s probability of success was. As a “risk averse” entrepreneur, it was critical. ” ~ Lauren Friese, TalentEgg Inc.

3. Organization

“The biggest reason to write out a business plan regardless of any financing option concerns is that it can help you stay organized and remain on track. Businesses without a plan can easily get off-target, and revenues will suffer as a result. Creating a plan with expense projections, revenue forecasts, and more can help a small business remain committed to its long-term goals.” ~ Andrew Schrage, Money Crashers Personal Finance

4. Practice Makes Perfect

“It’s great to write one simply to throw it away. The mental gymnastics are great. The plan is basically worthless the moment you’re finished – but it will force you to think about things you might not have otherwise.” ~ Brent Beshore, AdVentures

5. Confirm the Math

“A lot of ideas sound great on paper and even in discussions. However, simple math can make or break an idea. Before we launch any new idea, we at least create a financial model to project the ROI from several realistic scenarios. You can save a lot of time and frustration thinking through the numbers, and making sure it’s possible to hit your revenue and profit goals.” ~ Phil Frost, Main Street ROI

6. Iron Out Possible Kinks

“Writing a business plan allows you to really think things through. Your plan should question the validity of your ideas, the product/service target markets and so on. It should force you to do your own proper due diligence.” ~ Nicolas Gremion, Free-Ebooks.net

7. Foster Alignment

“Writing a business plan is an ideal way to make sure that everyone on your founding team is aligned with the current and future plans for the business. In the early stages of a company, it’s imperative for founding team members to be on the same page as to how they’ll work together on moving the business forward to great success. Avoid any miscommunications by getting it all on paper early.” ~ Doreen Bloch, Poshly Inc.

8. Hold Yourself Accountable

“A business plan is a great tool that allows founders to articulate their vision and future plans for their company. When using any business plan format, there are standard questions that force you to think & create a long term vision and strategy for your idea. Once these are down on paper, they can serve as a guide to allow you to track your progress and hold yourself accountable for the future.” ~ Aron Schoenfeld, Do It In Person LLC

9. Know Your Message

“Business planning is incredibly helpful for describing what you do, understanding who your competitors are, and crafting a realistic three to five year plan. Each of these activities is crucial if you are looking to launch or expand a venture, and learning to speak concisely about your company will always be crucial no matter what stage you’re in.” ~ Garrett Neiman, CollegeSpring

10. Establish Benchmarks

“Business plans are a valuable, iterative, document that can serve as a successful benchmarking tool. Where did your business exceed expectations? In what areas did your strategy maybe fall short? While it’s fine to “pivot” your company based on what you’ve seen in the market, having something in writing puts the onus on you to be honest about your company’s performance. ” ~ Charles Bogoian, Kenai Sports, LLC



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