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Building a successful business is just like going through bootcamp. You need to complete a number of exercises before your business is really firing. The process takes discipline and having a great coach makes all the difference. Which is why we’ve pulled together this guide to step you through these four important steps: how to develop a business plan, defining your value proposition, working through your cost structure and finding your tribe of partners. These modules work together, but they don’t need to be completed in any order. So dip in and out as you like. We hope you enjoy them!

What you’ll learn

Build your business strength

Evaluate your business plan
Evaluate your business plan

Set out your path to expansion and success.

Develop a value proposition
Develop a value proposition

Define what makes you stand out among the competition.

Create partnerships
Create partnerships

Surround yourself with a trusted network of supporters, suppliers and referrers.

Devise the right cost structure
Devise the right cost structure

Get the right balance between expenses and income for sustainable growth.

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