Want an Example of a Really Good Business Plan?


After the New York Associate planning program I presented last week, a lawyer who attended asked me how to prepare an effective plan. He also asked for an example of a plan I thought was well prepared.

How can a young lawyer develop an effective plan? First, keep in mind that as Dwight D. Eisenhower once said: "Plans are nothing, planning is everything." The thought that goes into developing the plan is invaluable.

To prepare an effective plan you want to think about what you want to accomplish, why it is important to you and what will you do to accomplish it. I have written in the past that when you know the what and the why, the how comes to you very creatively.

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