Stylistically, the language of this text is simple, yet standard. The presentation is unique. The text is embroidered with graphics to reinforce readers' understanding and achieve visual amplification. Balanko_Dickson includes a "Tip and Trap" section typified by graphical thumb/hand manipulation in every chapter, where he injects additional information and guides readers. However, the whole of part three is already summarised in chapter one, meaning that chapter one could have been harmonised with part three. Probably this author deliberately uses this style of repetition to ensure long memory on readers' part.
How to Start Writing Your Plan _ What goes into a basic plan? Well, let's first define a basic plan as a plan for the bigger plan you will arrive at later on. Here are the essential questions you need to answer: What do you want to gain by writing this plan? Is this plan an internal plan which you will use to guide yourself or your team towards achieving specific and measurable targets? Or are you aiming to attract potential investors? Is this something you would like to take to the bank to propose a loan for your business? Begin by examining what your specific goal is for writing your plan.