Courtesy of Cat LeBlanc.
A business plan seems like a given for a successful startup.
But entrepreneur Cat LeBlanc started her company without a business plan, and she’s convinced that for many people, that’s the best way to do it.
If you’re trying to raise outside funding from investors, however, you’re the exception — that’s the case in which a business plan is needed.
Over four years ago I left my highly successful (read: stressful) job in investment banking to start my own coaching business where I help future online business owners find the right business idea, get paying clients quickly, and build a business foundation that scales.
Eighteen months into the business, I had my first $20,000 month. Since then, the business has earned up to $24,000 a month.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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