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  • LIFESTYLE BUSINESS

    ACCELERATOR90 Day Course | Class 1

  • WELCOME & LOGISTICS

    INTERNET

    CLOCK

    PARKING

    BATHROOM

    SPEAKING / QUESTIONS BEST PRACTICES

    MISS CLASS, KEEP UP

    ONLINE COURSE MATERIAL

    ACCOUNTABILITY PARTNERS

    PODS

    Logistic Questions

  • Product/Service Development Cycle & Lean Canvas 5/24

    Product Development Cycle Deeper Dive - Research 5/31

    Product Development Cycle continued 6/7

    Revenue Model 6/14

    Expenses 6/21

    Balance Sheet & Cash Flow Statement 6/28

    Financial Models 7/5

    Small Business Systems - Accounting, Legal, HR, IT, Operations 7/12

    Marketing Plan 7/19

    Sales Training 7/26

    Funding Options 8/2

    6pm 8/9

    Class Intro & Personal Foundation 5/17

    OVERVIEW OF COURSE SCHEDULE

    Class 1

    Class 2

    Class 3

    Class 4

    Class 5

    Class 6

    Class 7

    Class 8

    Class 9

    Class 10

    Class 11

    Class 12

    Graduation Party

  • OVERVIEW OF WORKSHOP SCHEDULE

    6 - 7:30 pm

    Deeper Dive Workshops Specially designed to inspire idea sharing and gain impactful content. 5

    5/26/16 | Tech & Business Organization - Melindas home6/9/16 | Tapping into Flow State and Your Creative Genius - Calvary Church6/20/16 | Building A Network - Tylers Home7/7/16 | Creating Your Business Around Your Lifestyle - Melindas Home7/25/16 | Digital Marketing Tactics - Calvary Church

  • Wednesdays 6-8pm North CountyStarbucks Solana Beach691 Lomas Santa Fe Drive

    Thursdays 6-8pm DowntownStarbucks Solana Beach600 W Broadway #115

    COWORKING SCHEDULE

  • 6/14/16 7/12/16 7/19/16

    7/26/16 8/2/16

    Industry Research Section

    Competitor Research Section

    Market Research Section

    Product Description Section

    Complete 5 Year Financial Projections

    1st Draft of Business Plan

    Draft 2 of Business Plan

    90 Second Company Presentation

    DELIVERABLE DUE DATES

  • INTRODUCTIONS

    60 Seconds (Career History with a personal flavor)

  • THE BUSINESS LIFE CYCLE

    CLASS 1 TOPICS

    BUSINESS IDEA

    PERSONAL FOUNDATION

    TYPES OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP

  • SEED STAGE

    LAUNCH

    STARTUP STAGE

    GROWTH STAGE

    MATURITY STAGE

    BUSINESS LIFECYCLE

  • Phase 1: New Product Development

    Phase 2: Financials Phase Three: Writing the Plan

    Financial ProjectionsIndustry AnalysisCompetitive AnalysisMarket AnalysisProduct Description

    Marketing PlanOperational PlanManagement TeamSales PlanExecutive Summary

    SEED STAGE

    OVERVIEW

    PRE-LAUNCH ACTIONS

    BUSINESS PLAN

    PERSONAL FOUNDATION

    InfrastructureMarketing Funding Legal Government

    identity Goals Support Business Idea

    LocationTelephoneIT SystemsHiring/PayrollBusiness Support Team

    LogoBiz CardsWeb Name/SiteOther CollateralProduct DevelopmentMarketing Launch Plan

    Funding RequirementsFunding SourcesDebt FundingEquity Funding

    Bank AccountsNDAFundingInsuranceLegal Biz Type

    Business LicenseFictitious Biz NameIRSPatents, Trademarks, CopyrightsSellers Permit

    Lifestyle GoalsFinancial Goals

    Health: Physical, Mental, Spiritual & EmotionalPassionIntegrityTalent

    Personal Support Team Business Support TeamPay the Bills Plan

    A Problem You Will SolvePeople Who Have this ProblemYour Solution

    LAUNCH

  • TYPES OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP

    SOCIAL LIFESTYLE SERIALHIGH-

    GROWTH

    The Social Entrepreneur is motivated to transform the world into a better place to live. He/she does not accept status quo and seeks to actively improve environmental, educational, social and economic conditions. Rather than being driven by the desire for profits, social entrepreneurs are usually aimed at improving the quality of goods and services while contributing back to the community and society.

    The Lifestyle Entrepreneur combines their interests and expertise into a business model that allows them to make a living. Unlike other entrepreneurs who grow their businesses and aim for high return upon exiting or selling their business, lifestyle entrepreneurs are truly passionate about their professions and choose a business model that can sustain long-term development. They place their passion before profits, integrate their interests into their business and possess high expertise to yield breakthroughs in their respective fields.

    The Serial Entrepreneur continuously comes up with new ideas and starts new businesses. He/she can easily duplicate his/her previous successful business model, or follow his/her experience to realize a new idea. Serial entrepreneurs are willing to take risks in new fields and are likely to experience repeat entrepreneurial success.

    High Growth Entrepreneurs are mainly motivated by creating wealth. High growth companies are typically highly scalable (100+ million in 5 years), require large amounts of capital ($5M to Billions), requires a large team, and usually has a founder that has an advanced education and set of related business experiences.

  • PERSONAL FOUNDATION OF THINGS

    Identity

    Pay The Bills Plan

    Office set up

    Strengths/Weaknesses

    WHO WANTS TO SHARE?

  • EXECUTIVE SUMMARY MISSION & VISION PRODUCT & SERVICE DESCRIPTION INDUSTRY ANALYSIS MARKET ANALYSIS COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS SALES & MARKETING PLAN OPERATIONS PLAN MANAGEMENT TEAM FINANCIAL PLAN APPENDIX

    BUSINESS PLAN TABLE

    OF CONTENTS

  • 90 SecondProblem?

    Whose Problem?

    Your Solution

    BUSINESS PITCH

  • 1. Read Business Plan Sample

    2. Review Biz Plan Template files

    3. Read Business Plan Basics Ebook

    HOMEWORK

    Set Up Office Reach out to 6 members of

    Support team and Enroll

    (3 personal and 3 professional)

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