Do you have a well defined future plan, or is it in your head rather than on paper?
Yes, having a written plan is key to success. My business as financial advisor provides all of our clients with a written plan. Its better to act based on a plan rather than to react (with emotions high) to a situation.
Definitely a mixture of both. I only go to paper when the ideas are close to share to the team or close to action phase.
Tell what the figure represented by the imagination. Necessary to convey the correct idea is good dialog.
For a long time we have been busy just keeping up with our day to day work and having had the time to think about the future. However, we recently decided it was time to start making concrete plans for our corporate direction. Nothing has been finalised yet, though, so there is nothing on paper.
Like all micro enterprises my plans are in my head and under review with my business partners constantly
I have plans, goals and a vision. Some are very exact and some waiver along the way. A written plan to refer back to is always a good idea.
My plan is written and well defined on the path I intend to take.
We don't habe a future plan. The business is so dynamic,therefore we have to make each day brainstorming.
Its all written down, i track my success, cause you have to know the score. The greatest thing about life is that you make the rules, therefore you make the rules so You win. Always track for Success. I have charts that assume Growth, and I look at them daily.
We have a pretty good game plan for our business. But in any sport or business you need to be willing and able to adapt and change direction on the fly.
My future plan changes often. Again, I get bored easily so I think that plays a big role in it changing.
I written, short, business plan - updated regularly is essential
My employees would probably say that it's all in my head! Seriously though, we have a clearly defined plan for the future of Xpress Coffee where we expand and become even more of a leader in our field.
Both. My head is constantly swarming with different ideas and I'll jot the good ones down to look at them later. When I review my ideas, and look at the pros and cons of each of them, I can then narrow down my list to choose the ideas that are more plausible.
I like to plan things ahead of time and usually write them all down on piece of paper which I can gather all my thoughts and reflect on my thinking so I know what do I need to do next time when I face the same situation .
I used to have an elaborate business plan on paper. I believe I still should. However, there are so many times where I'm improvising lately and my own "rules" are broken repeatedly. But in a healthy way! I'll get that business plan updated on paper in hindsight!
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