Proven Tips for Business Planning – Removing the Fear and Stress, With David Brown

Filed in Podcasts, Previous Episodes on October 17, 2017 0 Comments

Stress often seems unavoidable, but author and keynote speaker David Brown believes we can completely remove it from business planning! David notates the importance of a business plan, but realizes the task of creating one can be loaded with fear and stress. Entrepreneurs may be plagued with questions like, “Am I doing this right?” or “What if this doesn’t pan out?”.

Join us today as David shares wisdom from his 25+ years of experience and two best selling books. We will learn things we can put to immediate use, as well as David’s single best tip for entrepreneurs. Also, David will share how he saves entrepreneurs’ valuable time by preparing them for the pitfalls they might encounter during this process. No matter what stage your business is in, you will want to catch this show!

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Dave is a leader in business planning. His message is designed to help entrepreneurs understand the need of a business plan and remove the fear and pain of writing the plan. An in-demand speaker and consultant who have helped many clients write their business plan to meet the requirements of lenders and operate their business. Sharing his 25+ years’ experience owning and operating a business he saves entrepreneurs time and money. His first book From the Bottom Up: The Ultimate Guide for Business Planning to Profitability is a step-by-step guide for writing a business plan in a no nonsense format. His second book, Journeys to Success: 21 empowering stories inspired by the success principles of Napoleon Hill released in March of 2016 became an international bestseller on its release. Both books have received stunning reviews from a wide range of leaders in the business, marketing and sales. His work has been featured on Blog Talk Radio, Bold Radio, Partners in Success, Journey to Success Radio Network and others. Current Keynote & Seminar Topic Areas of Interest Geared Specifically to Existing and Start-up Businesses *Write your business plan without fear and pain *Is your business prognosis – life support? *3 Key Elements of Business Planning

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