Incredible opportunity, both personal and professional, can come from a sale. But you've also got to be prepared for what lies ahead.
It can be easier than you think if your break it down in small moves forward.
Your business plan isn't a romance novel, so don't depend on just your passion to get investors interested in reading it.
Test your promising idea first. Write the plan after the market determines it will work.
Past a certain point, more preparation is just stalling.
The mission, which is still underway but looking ever more promising, marks an unparalleled display of patience and coordination.
Without one, you'll become one of the vast majority of hopeful entrepreneurs who find themselves without enough capital to keep moving.
Researchers from University College London found that when rats dream, their brain activity suggests that they are trying to work out different ways to get to the things they want, like food.
Don't fall for these entrepreneurial urban legends -- you can do more than you think with what you have!
Take these three steps to "invite" people into your business.
If you're not happy with your life today, what's your plan for making tomorrow different?
Don't feel trapped into investing your IRA or other retirement plan into one of the menu options you get from your account custodian. There are other choices.
Few investors these days have the time or patience to read a full business plan. Your two-page document should include these fields.
You are what you sell, so we'll help you learn to match the needs and wants of your customers to the right goods and prices.
Plan carefully for business success -- from your first idea to the moment you open your doors.