By Connie D at June 15 2019 09:14:34
Succession Planning _ Unless you plan to run your business for your entire life, you will need a plan of succession. If you are the only person who can run and operate your company, it is doomed to fail when you can no longer run it. Create a plan that will spell out what steps will be taken to either sell your company or hand it over to another manager. Develop a system that allows your business to be run without you. An operations manual that details the key components of running your company is the first step in succession planning. Consult an attorney about the legal aspects of either selling or transferring ownership of your company.
Figure Out How to Do It _ Every entrepreneur has a very idealistic image in their mind of the kind of business that they want. Getting to that point is a process though and you need to work out a path to get there. One great way to figure out how you will proceed is to first write down what you want to do. Next, write down as many questions as you can about how you are actually going to do it. These will include questions like 'Will I do on_site or off_site catering?', 'How will I get access to kitchen facilities?' or 'How many catering jobs will I need to land each month to break even?'. As you slowly work out the answers to the problems that you come across you can write them down in the appropriate sections of your business plan.