We’d like to help you create a business plan that fully integrates what matters most to you with what’s necessary.
As you saw on our Inspired Business page, we developed the proprietary business model at the left. Based on this, we fully integrate the basic model used by the Small Business Administration and most banks with questions and exercises to help you discover:
How can I make a difference while making a good living?
How can I be more efficient and have more time or energy for what matters most?
Each Section of the Standard Business Plan Template Offers a Great Foundation for More Conscious, Inspired Planning
To take care of business, you structure your venture for optimal performance by ensuring that you have developed excellent plans for meeting these needs:
- Products and Services
- Raising and Managing Funds/other Resources
Your vision is always deeper and broader than just a goal. Your vision evolves as you engage your most authentic self through research, consultation with others, and your best wisdom practices.
Your vision is grounded in and created from these and other essential elements:
- Faith (your unique hope and trust in life itself, your venture and in the best of human nature, etc. but not necessarily a specific religion).
- Emotional and spiritual intelligence
At your planning table you weave the gifts of spirit, your authentic self, and business practicalities into the perfect structure to house and grow your venture. Your resources include your right and left brains, instinct, intuition, emotions, and many strategic planning tools.
Your goal is to create structural integrity: a plan that is true to your essence, able to bear the right loads, handle all stresses, and support the growth and abundance of all who are affected by your venture.
Supporting you are a rich legacy of memories and experience, plus many allies: human, animal, commercial, emotional, spiritual.
Have questions? Want a free copy of “Ten Tips For Creating A Winning Business Plan Based On Your Values And Vision” or “Ten Ways to Bring More Spirit Into All Your Work”? Contact us.
Pat Sullivan has provided several business planning seminars for the Small Business Administration in our San Francisco Entrepreneur Center training room and has proven to be a reliable, flexible, and talented presenter.
Watch for the launch of Pat’s new workbook on spiritually based, bankable business planning. Want to offer your ideas or stories to the workbook? Want to begin using workbook ideas before the workbook is complete? Contact Pat at (510) 530-0284 or firstname.lastname@example.org