Questions to ask Yourself When Creating a Life Plan

If you’re thinking of going into business for yourself, or are already running your own company, a personal life plan is a must have. It not only allows you to stay focused on your goals, but it’s a great way to hold yourself accountable when you are making day-to-day decisions.  This personal plan is a wonderful way for you to stay in line with your life goals.

Below are some good questions to start helping you write your life plan:

What kind of lifestyle do you want to have as an entrepreneur?

How big do you want your business to get in terms of profits and staff?

Will you have employees?

How many hours a week will you work?

Do you need to meet the school bus every day or take off every Friday?

Are you willing to work seven days a week? If so, how long can you keep that up?

Will you need a partner, and could you handle working with one?

How will you fund your household while you start your business?

This is just the first step, once you have the answers to these questions, it is best to break them up into smaller actionable tasks.

What are some of your life goals? Leave your answers in the comments below.

Elizabeth-Jamey Rand is the President/CEO of Oasis Consulting Group, a consulting agency based in Miami Beach, FL that specializes in business development, start-ups, marketing, and efficient process creation. By using an innovative outside of the box thinking approach when it comes to working with their clients, they are able to provide their customers with comprehensive research and everything they may need in order to run their business successfully and smoothly.  To learn more, contact her at (786) 562-7601 or via email at oasisconsulting3@gmail.com.

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