January 16, 2014

Business Plan Coach Services

Business Plan Coach Services aren’t something you hear a lot about. But whether you’re a startup or start-over, the right business plan coach service can help you stay on the right track. And when you think about it…

Business plan coaching makes sense! Even though it’s a service you don’t hear much about, the idea of having a business plan coach is a good one. Just think about all the value that coaches add to other professional organizations! Business is a chess match. And just like football,  it’s kind of crazy to think you could reach your full potential without the right coaching services.

But if you’re still not convinced that business plan coach services are worth investing in, why don’t you read a little bit more about what a proper business plan coach can do for you?

The Benefits of Business Plan Coach Services:

Business plan coach services are very benefit rich. And to be honest, it doesn’t matter if you’re working on your first business plan or you’re an experienced executive. In both cases, having an independent and objective third party look at your business plan is a service that can make a huge improvement in your go-to-market strategy. Because when you’re excited about a business idea it’s easy to let your enthusiasm get the best of you, especially when you’re planning. And while I love passionate business owners and startup founders as much as the next guy, creating your business plan in a vacuum is a recipe for disappointment.

On the other hand…

Using a business plan coach service to help you examine your business strategy can be a great way to improve your long term success. I realize it’s hard to invest in something as abstract as business plan coaching services when you’re getting started. And you might try to convince yourself you don’t need anyone to critique your idea. But the truth is an objective business plan coach can really benefit you by looking for holes, gaps and shortcoming in your business plan. When you use a business plan coach service you get a “dry run” of your business plan. You get to see where it will falter, without negatively impacting customers.

Because the truth is…

When you’re starting out a new business, you need to have as much forward momentum as possible. Implementing a business plan is no easy action (especially without a coach). Execution and day to day operations take almost everything out of you. I know, because I’ve been there. So if you’re fully invested in something, don’t you want it to be the best? Don’t you want to objectively know your plan is solid? And aren’t you eager to learn how you could make your offer even more captivating to prospective customers?

Well, that’s where I can help…

Business Plan Coach Services – A Web-Exclusive Offer:

Business plan coaching services can add a ton of value. And it’s something we do for clients all the time. So trust me when I tell you: If you’re just getting started it really pays to have a second set of eyes go over your business plan. This is especially true if you’re new to taking products to market. Why?

Because new business owners perennially overestimate their ability to sell their new product or service. And while getting a cold and calculated look from some experienced business pros might be uncomfortable at first, it feels much better in the long term when you conquer more than your fair share of your market. So…

While we usually charge a couple thousand dollars to review and improve clients’ business plans, I’m about to offer you a web-exclusive offer that’s sure to evoke jealousy. If you email hello [at] seocial.com and mention this email we’ll be happy to sit down as a team and look through every aspect of your plan at a heavily discounted rate. You can expect valuable feedback and impressive ideas to improve your profit margins and revenue numbers. Let our objective eyes supercharge your success. It’s really that easy.

So what do you think? Will you drop us a note and see what business plan coaching services can do for you?

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Jeff Waite

As an optimization strategist, Jeff helps an array of business owners implement process-based growth initiatives, perfectly personalized to fit their offerings and industry.
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