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The One Page Business Plan for Women in Business

One Page Business Plan for Women in BusinessThe Fastest, Easiest Way to Write a Business Plan

By Jim Horan & Tamara Monosoff

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A business plan will provide you with clarity, focus and an incredible sense of confidence.

The One Page Business Plan for Women in Business is an approachable business planning workbook designed for YOU! It combines Jim Horan’s proven methodology with the colorful stories, sample business plans, and voices from women just like you and me; without using business jargon.

Starting with a blank page wastes valuable time! The examples and the fill-in-the-blank prompts are designed to help you quickly learn and master the One Page Business Plan technique. You can create your first plan in minutes. We have learned that most people learn by seeing examples, therefore, this book provides sample plans and sage advice from women leading the way who will guide you as you write your one page plan.

The One Page Business Plan for Women in Business was named Best Business Book at the 2010 San Francisco Book Festival!

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