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Business Planning – How to Stop Talking About Writing One and Start Living One

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What You Will Learn:
  • How to write a business plan you will love and live
  • How to connect your business plan to your life plan
  • How to connect your values to your plan, your plan to your day and your day to your life
  • A repeatable process you can use to get a business plan done every year, on time and on target

Most business plans never get written. Those that get written rarely get executed. Those that get both written and executed are foundational to separating those who merely dream of success from those who achieve it. We do not live two lives – as business owners our life is wrapped up in our business and our business is wrapped up in our life. So, when we write a business plan we are describing our life plan for the next 12,24, 36 months or more. Knowing how to write a business plan and execute it in a way that lifts our life as well as our business is easier than it’s made out to be. By learning four skills – trajectory, creativity, organization and execution you can write a business plan that drives success, balances life and challenges you to rise to the next level of your dreams.

Richard Godfrey

Richard Godfrey, a founding partner of The Galileo Initiative, a premier training and consulting group dedicated to helping individuals and organizations thrive and effectively deal with today’s fast-changing world. As such, they teach and model key concepts related to perception, belief, and behavior change that produce lasting results.

As an internationally acclaimed business consultant, seminar leader and motivational speaker, his work in the field of human potential and peak effectiveness ranks Richard among the “best in category.” Formerly Senior International Consultant for the Franklin Covey Co., where he was named Consultant with Highest Value to Clients, Richard has been helping entrepreneurs and Fortune 100 clients around the world for over 25 years.

 In addition to his dynamic keynote and facilitation skills, Richard is also an experienced Consultant and Training Design Professional. He has designed 16 major custom leadership and training courses for multiple industries that includes both service and manufacturing industries. He is the author of four books including: On the Shoulders of GiantsThe Seven Laws of Learning;Customer Service DNA; and The Diving Catch.

Richard grew up in both the U.S. and Canada. He currently resides with his wife, Heather, near Salt Lake City, Utah. They have a son and a daughter.