Jay Parkhill October 14th, 2008
1) The book itself is 4″ x 7″, 60 pages long and with large type. To my mind, all business books should be limited to that size and length.
2) At $6.95 it is a bargain (pdf downloadable version available).
3) It covers some really important material.
Author William Sahlman hits then nail on the head when he says (I am paraphrasing):
*Talk about the people. Good people can work a mediocre idea into a good one, and plenty of good ideas have failed to work for lack of the right people to manage them.
*Don’t get so caught up in the promise that you forget to describe the steps along the way. I have certainly seen plenty of business plans that promised fabulous technology, but couldn’t explain where the customers would come from.
Check it out. How to Write a Great Business Plan is a worthwhile reading for entrepreneurs everywhere.entrepreneurs, reading