Drawing a business plan can be tiresome and requires sound business-writing skills. There are numerous methods and strategies that can make your task a lot easier, viz. SWOT analysis, industry websites & associations, Microsoft Word, a legal pad & pen and many more. Remember, your business plan doesn’t have to be 100 pages long. No need to overcomplicate things. You can’t go wrong by adopting quick and informal ways to get a business model, target markets and revenue streams on into a plan without splurging a ton of time on useless projections and models. Knowing how others have managed to come up with a solid plan is outstandingly helpful. Even if you don’t follow their steps exactly, you still get a much better sense of the framework you need, as well as a look at any potentially unseen hurdles ahead.