Why Jotting Down Your Ideas Is the First Step to Developing a Business Plan

Heather Serden, the founder of Above Glass, shares her top tips for those plotting to start a business.
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If you're thinking about starting a business, one of the best first moves you could make is writing it down. Aspiring or developing entrepreneurs should think through their business plans -- but they shouldn't hesitate to write down their ideas as soon as they strike.

In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner Business Rockstars interviews Heather Serden, the founder of Above the Glass. Her company provides tips on launching a business and coaches entrepeneurs on how to start financing their business. To ensure that you have all you need to forge ahead with your business, Serden recommends calculating 18 months of funds to serve as a satisfactory cushion. 

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