How to write a successful business plan

Business Planning is vital to the health and growth of any Business, yet I am constantly surprised by the number of Business Owners and Female Entrepreneurs who shy away from creating a Business Plan because they consider the task to be too confusing and too time-consuming.

Quite often, I speak to people who have been in business for years, yet they tell me, that they have never created a Business Plan because they have never needed any external funding or financial investment.

But this is CRAZY because every Business Owner should write a business plan, whether they require Business funding or not and the reason for this is very simple.




Business Planning is all about creating your Destiny and this is because it provides you with a clear vision and road map of where you want to go and how you’re going to get there. Running a business without a plan or any clear goals is a little like going on a road trip to somewhere you’ve never been before without a Map! 

Quite literally, how are you going to get to where you want to go, if you don’t have a map or any plan of how to get there?

So, to help you cut through the confusion, the uncertainty and the overwhelm of writing a Business Plan, I’ve put together a simple Check-list for you which shows you the exact steps that you need to take to create a Business Plan and Financial Forecasts for your Business.

This is totally free and you can download it straight away! By doing so you will gain a much clearer understanding of how to create your Business Plan and what elements you should include such as:

  • Your Executive Summary and Elevator Pitch.
  • An outline of your own background and experience and how this relates to your Business?
  • The products and services that you intend to offer and why?
  • An outline of your marketplace, your customers and what motivates them to buy from you?
  • Details of your Marketing Strategy and Key Promotional Plans.
  • Market Research, Competitor Analysis and why what you have to offer is of value to your market and what makes you different?
  • Which Financial Forecasts you need to include within your Business Plan and why?

I’m really excited to share this FREE resource with you because I know you’re going to find it super helpful. Click the photo to get started.