Let’s say you have a great idea, you have read all the Entrepreneurial Proverbs … and you’re ready to jump. Then what next ?
Some one will probably tell you that it is a time for a business plan. And of course, you have no idea on how to start, to prepare and to pitch a good business plan. You can obviously buy a lot of reference books, download dozens of templates from the net etc. … but after many nights of drafting and you then reckon – you do not enjoy writing a business plan at all.
So, how about an excellent piece of advice from the start-up Guy Kawasaki, one of the few Macintosh Evangelists 2x years ago ? Enter the Zen of Business Plans.
Then you will learn why, from the end of the article – The plan, after all, should not take on a life of its own. Enjoy.