Developing a Constructive Business Plan

Set your plans. And then get them all done with this list.

New York, baby.

There’s a lot out there on how to develop a business plan. I wanted to participate in the amount of material already existing with this brief list of plans and check marks to deal with weekly and monthly goals/tasks.

It also serves as a great track record for what you are doing and how you are moving forward with your goals in life.

Feel free to take the following list and copy + paste it in a google doc or microsoft word document and print out, pin it on your board and live in a continuous reminder of the tasks you are tackling. Check them off or put smiley faces next to them when you accomplish them.

Make sure to reward yourself.

GET YOURSELF THIS LIST

My Week One objectives are:

Accomplished? Yes or No

My Week Two objectives are:

Accomplished? Yes or No

My Week Three objectives are:

Accomplished? Yes or No

My Week Four objectives are:

Accomplished? Yes or No

My Month One objectives are:

Accomplished? Yes or No

My Month Two objectives are:

Accomplished? Yes or No

My Month Three Objectives are:

Accomplished? Yes or No

My Month Four objectives are:

Accomplished? Yes or No

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