Thursday, May 7, 2009

Creative Space Thursday

Well today is Creative Space day and for me it wasn't so creative as I have spent the whole week doing my business plan for my course so I can get the NEIS Scheme approved.  I have done so much work on it and then yesterday I thought I lost it all and nearly wept tears of blood.  My computer decided to crack a spat.  I found the financial section to be the most difficult to complete.  I had 8 financial tables to complete - Personal cash flow, income and expenditure, depreciation schedules, sales mix and balance sheets.  Today I handed it in. . . what a huge relief!!!!  So without further ado here is my space for today and it will not be like this again unless I am doing the books in the future lol.  

Taxation for small business. . . .gotta do it!!

This is my resource folder with all the info required to complete a business plan.

This is the first page of my business plan. . . it was 26 pages long!!

This is the front cover of my resource folder.  At the end of the training you come away with a Cert IV in Small Business Management. . . not too bad hey??  So if you want to check out other creative spaces and I'm positive that they will be more creative than mine lol then pop on over to Kootoyoo's blog and check them out, I certainly will.  
In the meantime . . . 
Walk about your day with beauty.
The Gypsy


Anonymous said...[Reply to comment]

Impressive, to say the least. Not creative? Nah, beg to differ. A 26 page business plan - you'd need a ton of creativity to fill all those pages! And what a great knowledge base you are aquiring.

Anonymous said...[Reply to comment]

acquiring even!

Anonymous said...[Reply to comment]

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Anonymous said...[Reply to comment]

now i have it....should be creative finance

Rose said...[Reply to comment]

Well you have been BUSY!!! so glad you have it all finished now and it's good to see you back :D

Maureen said...[Reply to comment]

That's frightening! I'm good with #s but that kind of work has never 'called' to me. Good for you!

Kirsty said...[Reply to comment]

A necessary evil. Job well done.

Lucy Bowler said...[Reply to comment]

Best of luck with NEIS. And well done with all those figures etc. So worthwhile having it all done isn't it?!

Michelle said...[Reply to comment]

Good on you. A business plan is so important.