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As a coach, mentor and founder of the non-profit organization Integrity Women In Business Center Inc, our intention is to empower women all over the world to create their ideal lives, careers and businesses. I often hear from people who feel that their life has gotten “off track” and need to create a life that is authentically theirs. If you’ve ever felt like you were out of sorts or simply existing and not living the life of your dreams, this may be the ideal tool for you!
What is a life map, anyway? A life map is a clear representation of what your ideal life looks like. It’s a practical “roadmap” for the path to your own happiness. A life map involves visualizing, and then putting into writing exactly what you want your life to look like. This workbook addresses 5 key areas of life – Self, Family, Career, Finance and Community.
This workbook will take you through a strategic process to create your own life map Follow these three simple steps to create your personal life map.
Steps 1 - Dream it (Visualize, Fantasize)
Step 2 - Write it (Creating your Vision Board)
Step 3 - Achieve it (Action Plan)
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Write a Winning Business Plan
What are the Benefits to You?
Every wholesale, retail, and/or service business can benefit from the preparation of a carefully
written business plan. There are two main purposes for writing that plan. There is an additional benefit if you
do business internationally.
1. Your business plan will serve as your guide during the lifetime of your operation. It is the
blueprint of your business and will provide you with the tools to analyze your operation and
implement changes that will increase your sales and, ultimately, your profitability.
2. A business plan is a requirement if you are planning to seek financing. It will provide potential
lenders or investors with detailed information on all aspects of your company's past and current
operations and provide future projections.
3. If you do business internationally, a business plan provides a standard means of evaluating your
products’ business potential in a foreign marketplace.