Every great plan has been documented on paper. Without documentation, the plan doesn’t exist. In some circles, there will be some that may view it as a lack of fortitude. For anyone that’s serious about accomplishing a task, the plan requires a strategy to be laid out, fleshed out, whittled away and crystallized.
I truly want to open the doors in 2020, but my business plan is antiquated. Being that I wrote it in 2006 and not even using a smartphone to guide me, I’m confident technology has changed what I proclaim “State-of-the-Art” facility. Therefore, let’s put it back on paper and merge the old with the new.
Dream Big and Godspeed,