Fit for Life - Exercising Your Business Mind
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- Anyone completing the course will have learned "canvas thinking". This technique gives you insights into how you and your company can develop cash flow.
- Lecture 2 references two books about Business Models. An iPad and the Grafio app are also used in the course. It is not necessary to have any of them, although a student may find them useful for additional exercise work afterwards.
If you have ever considered being in your own business, you will need to develop your business mind. Life changes us and our circumstances, yet few have learned the art of mapping those changes and mastering the results. Business Models were developed to inspire large corporations to remain relevant in a changing marketplace.
The book "Business Model YOU" extended their use to include individuals. The problem with individuals is, even if inspired, it's difficult for one person to consider everything they need to do on their own. This Personal Business Model workshop takes a proactive approach to the problem by using both Organizational and Personal Business Models for individuals in business to put their inspirations to use.
- This course is for those who either need to change careers, or those who like what they are doing but what a way to be more successful with it.
- Anyone seeking a Personal Business Model workshop
At many times in a career or business, we are put in a position to ask others for money. This is usually an emotional struggle and inhibits more people from realizing their potential than anything else. We face this issue right from the start.
Links for both paper and online versions of Business Model Canvases.
Start to exercise your business mind with an unfamiliar business to model. Learn about Pivots and a very important Pattern.
We are always changing and always need to rediscover who we have become. Two fundamental approaches to the self discovery of business strengths are introduced.
In addition to a monetary value, models have intangible values for their owners. A franchise model is used to illustrate how these factors can be included in you business model development.