We’ve created a number of resources to make starting a new home-based business easier.
And while “easier” is nice, it’s more important that these tools will save you valuable time and help you avoid costly mistakes as a first-time business owner.
Many of these resources are free, while others do cost a few bucks. In all cases, I expect that the hours you save and the mistakes you might avoid will make using these resources a no-brainer.
P.S. If you are looking for help with something that I haven’t finished yet, please drop me an email and let me know what I should be working on for you.
Business Ready Self Audit – $20
Designed for the business beginner, this self-audit helps you identify which skills and knowledge you should improve before starting a business. Includes links to resources to help you reskill yourself.
Small Business Startup Plan
Starting your first business? I’ll share my step-by-step plan for starting a first-time business. Save time, money, and avoid mistakes. 90+ steps in 3 categories.
Lean Business Plan Template – FREE
The Lean Business Plan is a one-page business plan that is perfect for most startup home-based businesses. You don’t need a 30-page business plan unless you’re getting ready to invest a lot of money in this business startup.
I have been working on making drafts of business-specific lean business plans and as I get them done I’ll offer them for sale here to help you get a better plan while saving hours.
Prepared Meal Delivery Busines – Lean Business Plan – $10
This is just like the one-page business plan template I’m offering you for free above, but this one has all of the boxes filled in for a Prepared Meal Delivery Service as I’ve run for over 17 years.
When making your Lean Business Plan, this will save you hours and help you avoid costly mistakes.
Expense Tracking Form – FREE
A simple Google Sheet (spreadsheet) that is free to use for new business owners to track their businesses expenses.
Here is my article about Home-Based Business Expense Tracking.
Personal Chef Equipment List – FREE
This list is specifically for people starting A Personal Chef Business, and it provides you with the list of essential equipment that we took to each of our cook days when we worked as Personal Chefs.
Here is a link to my article about what equipment a personal chef needs to pack.
Video Consultation – $50 to $200
I want to be very transparent. I’m so busy nowadays that I do not offer live consultations and very few pre-recorded video consultations. However, sometimes a story and a question pique my curiosity at the same time that I have a few minutes to record a video. When that happens, I’ll answer your questions via a recorded video.
If you are interested in telling me your story and asking your questions, fill out the pre-consultation form and I’ll read it when I get a few moments.
Regardless, you’ll hear from me personally via email and if I have time to answer your questions in detail we’ll agree to a price via those emails. Deal?
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