There are endless amounts of business books available that give pages of business tips for success. But so often, that’s about all they have. There’s no practical examples. There’s no overall plan.
They give you the tools to succeed, but not the training on how to use them. New business owners need to make certain they start out with the right tools in their toolbox. But they also need a plan of execution. And they need a way to measure how successful that plan is.
Business is ART wants to make certain that new businesses have all of the business tools they need at their disposal. They offer a simple, easy to read book that jumps into developing the tools you need to excel at your business, and they do so in an easy-to-understand way.
And then, once you have your business tips for success, we unfold a strategy on how to utilize them.
Business is ART understands that business is, well, an art. There’s not a sure-fire scientific formula that can be used to make a business succeed. If there were, everyone would be using it and no businesses would be failing. But business is an art, and that means that it combines hard work with intuition, creativity, perseverance, and even a little bit of luck. However, with the right tools at your disposal, you don’t have to hope that luck is on your side. You’ll be able to use your talents in the right way to succeed. Here are the tools Business is ART puts at your disposal.
The first thing you need to learn about is how a business succeeds, and to that, you can turn to the book Business is ART by Jon Umstead. Jon has years of experience in business as an entrepreneur. He isn’t giving you any untested theories in his book. Instead, he created and shaped all of his tools and tips through repeated use and real-world applications. When he says something will work in the real world, he means that he has tried it several times and gotten results each time.
This book will walk you through the steps of creating a business plan and getting off on the right start. That’s really the biggest hurdle you’ll face when creating a new business: making sure you have a realistic plan that will see you through the first several years of your business. Almost half of all new businesses will fail within five years, mostly due to the fact that they didn’t have a solid business plan.
In addition to the Business is ART book, there’s also a suite of software available that will provide you with a variety of templates and process outlines. This software subscription will do more than give you theory—it will provide you with some of the actual tools you need to create your business plan and other documents.
With the outlines provided by the book and the templates you’ll find in the software suite, you’ll be able to get your new business off on the right foot. Just add a dash of creativity, some innovation, and a lot of hard work, and you’ll see that these tools can take you far!
More Than a Box of Tools
Along with equipping you with the right tools, we’ll train you on how to execute an actual plan. After all, you couldn’t just hand hammers, nails, screws, and wood over to any person and expect them to build a house.
It takes a trained hand to build a home. In the same way, it takes a trained mind to create a successful business.
With Business is ART, you’ll find step by step instructions on how to develop plans, measure success, and adjust your strategy as needed. Don’t worry, there’s some simple business tips for success as well.