THE RELATIONSHIP PLAN
The hashtag RelationshipGoals has been widely used throughout social media. Whether it’s matching sneakers or being rich like Jay-Z and Beyoncé. Well, we all know, to accomplish a goal, a plan needs to be implemented.
Let us look at this from a business perspective, for a business to achieve long term success a plan must be put into place. Likewise with a relationship. If you want to have a successful relationship, you have to PLAN to have a successful relationship. A plan simply means you’re prepared. Are you prepared to have a successful relationship? If not, here are few questions you need to answer. Grab a pen and let’s start planning.
In a business plan, the executive summary tell why a business is uniquely qualified to succeed. In terms of a relationship, what makes you unique to succeed? Are you patient? Are you willing to grow? Are you selfless?
A business overview gives the history- how the organization was formed. What’s the history of your relationships and how can you use it to improve your future relationship?
In a business plan, the customer analysis section explains the target audience- who the business wants to attract. Who is your target audience? What kind of spouse do you ultimately want to attract?
A business competitive analysis section explains what advantages it has over the competition. Example- what advantage does Chick-fil-A have over McDonald’s? Enough to crush the whole empire in my opinion. What about you? What is it that’s sets you apart from everyone else?
A business marketing plan elaborates on the promotion strategy- what tactics will be used to attract customers. What’s your attraction tactic? How will you promote yourself to attract your desired spouse?
This section of a business plan details exactly how the business will run. Is there a certain way you want your relationship to operate? Plan out exactly how you want it.
Remember when writing out a business plan, one thoroughly thinks through all aspects of the business then comes up with a strategy for success. Your relationship plan should be thoroughly thought out in order to achieve ultimate success.
-Lucas & CorineMarie