Why have a list of business wishes, a vision?

Because your business fuel is knowledge – helps understand where you are and know where you are going.

When you explore where you are now and where you want to be … it will change the way you see something, or give you inspiration and motivation. And, you might find some things to consider not to do you on track.

Your business vision is the basis of your business plan. Without business vision, how do you know where you want to go? Without a purpose, how will you make a road map to take you there?

Why do you want to do something differently? Things work for you now? Very nice!
But what about when it’s rude? How strong is your base and can you rely on a brilliant idea that suddenly? And, you don’t know what you don’t know. Why not find out more.
Most of us don’t have a business vision, let alone a business plan.
I have to think part of the reason why many of us don’t have a business plan, is because we don’t want to do long and complicated documents that don’t seem too useful. The typical business plan asks us to define our services and competition and the size of the market forecast we want to bend; However, it may not include detailed marketing and sales plans – things to do small businesses to sell services / products to clients.

When you write down your business plan and your business vision – it’s like really knowing your best friend – friends who will help you get what you want in life.

Your business vision is your target from which you want to go and become. This is the business life you want to live. Your business plan includes goals and objectives and the strategies of large descriptions and details that support your vision. Marketing and sales plans, include assignments and processes that you need to do in achieving your goals so you can fulfill your vision.

How do you get a business vision on track for you?

Start where you are = find out who you are now in business and how you get here.
• Who are you?
• What are you doing?
• Who do you do it? (Your audience)
• Where did you do it?
• When did you do it?
• Why do you do it?
• How do you get here?

Who do you want and where do you want to go to your business? If you can wave a magic wand …
• Who do you want in your business and life?
• What do you want to do?
• Who do you want to do it? (Your ideal client.)
• Where do you want to be when you do it? (From home, in the office, on the internet, or give a direct sales party? Maybe all? Then tell me about how it will succeed and feel it.)
• When do you want to do it? (3 months, 6 months, a year starting today?)
• Why do you want to do it?
• What is your vision of your customer’s perspective? (What you want to do for your customers. “My customer’s vision is to have a client I find clarity and focus on getting something to open yourself in their business.”