What do you want to achieve this year? Will you finally launch the business you have been dreaming of? Will this be the year where you go national and reach your new clients?
Whatever your goals are, we want to be a part of journey. This is why we’ve developed a step-by-step toolkit to help you get started.
Step 1: Clearly Defining Your Goals
2019 is here, and it is your year to show all things are possible. What business will you start? Who will you become? Is it the year where you sell your first product, hold your first conference, get your first client, grow a community around your skillset, or working from anywhere? Be clear on what you want to accomplish by defining your goals. Writing your goals down can help you see your vision clearly and will encourage you to take steps necessary to hold yourself to them.
Step 2: Make a Plan of Action
Your goals need a good plan to become a reality. If you are having trouble, we are here to help you develop a plan around your goals for action. Contact us to work with you on defining the best steps for you to achieve your goals. Schedule your appointment here.
Step 3: Setup the foundation of your business.
Now it’s time to take action. Follow your plan and setup your community to attract the clients you want to serve. Utilize all avenues and platforms where your ideal clients will be, and show them you are here, ready, willling and able! Get your website set up, develop your products, share your content. If you face challenges along the way, LoJa Enterprise is here to support you.
Doing a Business Plan is the first step in starting a business. It is the foundation giving you the perspective needed to understand all aspects of your business. The Business plan is a tool you can use as your guide throughout each stage of start-up, and a reference to managing your business and is key when external funding is necessary. As your roadmap, it explains how you will structure, manage and grow to become a successful business owner. Here are the key elements you should include in any business plan:
Three downfalls to avoid in your business plan: