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Third, set your goals and limitations. Why limitations? You are only
starting your business, so don’t shoot stars. Set your goals to a
realizable scale or level. Do not target too many clients and end
up failing with your commitments. Be realistic. Do not bite off more than
you can chew. Maintain your clientele to a manageable number.
Fourth, develop and make a record of your plan. You need to have a
tangible reminder of the path you are taking so you would not go astray.
It’s easy to get distracted and side-tracked from your goals. So it’s
best to have it formally written down and give it a professional feel. This
way, you can also have something to show possible clients, proving that
you are serious in your business.
Fifth, create your lesson plans. Of course, before you can advise, train,
or teach, you have to have a lesson plan. You have to know what you
are going to tell your clients. Write it on your own. Think of all the
possible weakness people might have in your chosen field. Focus and
write about that. If you don’t know how to start it, begin with the
definition of your profession and everything else would follow. The field
you are going to write about is your forte, so things should flow easily
once you have begun.