• How to Write a Winning Business Plan

  • A Step-by-Step Guide for Startup Entrepreneurs to Build a Solid Foundation, Attract Investors and Achieve Success with a Bulletproof Business Plan
  • By: Walter Grant
  • Narrated by: Michael Azevedo
  • Length: 3 hrs and 57 mins
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (53 ratings)

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How to Write a Winning Business Plan

By: Walter Grant
Narrated by: Michael Azevedo
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Publisher's Summary

Let’s face it, investors don’t put money in ideas. They need concrete evidence that they’ll get a return on their investment, and a good business plan gives them such information.

Do you have a hard time figuring out how to get a business plan down on paper?

Are you tired and confused by all the business jargon, just wanting a straightforward how-to guide outlining exactly what you need to do?

Business plans are the heart and soul of a successful company - they give you focus and operational clarity that can kick major mistakes to the curb. No matter how good your business idea is, you will need a plan to create a solid foundation before going on the market or trying to get investors on board.

Did you know that even science says you need a business plan to make your startup a success?

One study found out that companies with a business plan grow 30 percent faster than competitors! In addition, startups with a business plan achieve more sustainable success in the long run.

So, what’s the secret to writing a business plan like a seasoned pro or a Fortune 500 company CEO?

It’s not something you’ll learn in business school, as experience shows a completely different side of running a business. For best results, you need to learn from someone who’s already been there and who has conquered the almighty business plan.

Most guides focusing on business plan creation are rather vague, abstract, and non-specific. By relying on those, you’ll never put together a tailored strategic document that will set you up for success from day one.

The methodology you’ll find in How to Write a Winning Business Plan is derived from reality and analysis of the best corporate organizational approaches out there.

It doesn’t matter what field you operate in or how big you want to grow. This methodology is the way to understand your business better, putting together realistic expectations and goals for the future.

©2020 Walter Grant (P)2020 Walter Grant

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unhelpful

ostentatious and vague in manor of application. this book was relatively unhelpful and should have narrowed its focus to more practical examples and simpler explanations rather than a stream of concepts one after another that feel to be out of the index of a text book.

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great information

it was a great and informative piece that I use to plan and execute my business start up.

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Repetitive dictionary of business terms

Save your credit and watch a YouTube video for free. Gave it 2.5 chapters and it was worthless, zero value. My mistake cause I couldn’t return it. Looks like it’s got a bunch of paid reviews fir hype. Don’t waste your time.