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An Introduction to Business Plans
How to Prepare a Business Plan by Edward Blackwell
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How to Write a Winning Business Plan
When writing a business plan, it's easy to get lost in the details. You want to demonstrate how you've studied the ins and outs of the marketplace and have crunched every conceivable number. But small business owners don't have time or patience to produce lengthy business plans — they need action plans.
They always make it through. Lots of us were riding the wave of the growing Airbnb industry, loving the cash flow but not planning or preparing. A lot of hosts are still planning to build and scale a short-term rental business. Setting up the foundations and systems and plan for your business is the key to success. Especially now — the operators that are going to come out alive and thriving are those who have a solid, profit-based plan.