Execution is EVERYTHING!

Thomas Edison, the inventor of the light bulb, phonograph and the motion picture camera once said, "Vision without execution is hallucination."

I see and meet so many talented people with great ideas.

They talk,  and talk,  and talk about their ideas, but rarely take action. They sit around daydreaming and 'hallucinating' about how they'll ride around in the biggest Mercedes Benz, with the big fancy house, grand trips around the world, and then they do nothing.

They fail to execute, or as Edison said, they hallucinate.

I understand this stuff may be boring to most of you, but it’s very important.

Business plans are your roadmap. They tell you what to do. They tell you what your priorities are. They tell you what to focus on.

What's the mission for your new t-shirt company?

What are your core values? What do you stand for? What do you believe?

Who are your competitors? How are they different? What do they do well? What is their sales process like? Have you ordered from your competitors? What do they do poorly? How can you exploit that to your advantage? Can you fill that space they're insufficient in?

If you don't know the answers to these basic questions, then you really need a business plan for your t-shirt business.

You shouldn't even begin printing your first t-shirt yet! Heck, you shouldn't be buying any type of equipment or supplies until you get this completed.

You must do this if you wish to succeed in this business. I realize this is not the most sexiest part of starting a business. Nobody wants to do this work, but it will save your butt sooner than later.

For years I’ve wondered aimlessly thinking I could do stuff as it came to me throughout the day.

I was dead wrong...

I lost soo many years because I didn’t plan my days, my weeks, my months and years. I had no goals. No vision. I didn't even know what success looked like because I had no metric that told me I reached those numbers.

I didn’t plan my business and thats why it took me so many years to finally get it right.

I lost time and money because I didn’t do this. Don’t make the same mistake I made.

If you follow-through and do this, you'll get to your destination much faster!

It's not as difficult as you think. In fact, I've come up with a simple and fast way to write all this stuff up.​

Instead of doing a 40-50 page business plan, I’ve recently started teaching one-page business plans to my Protege300 students (a coaching program I have).

I started introducing this method and ended up getting much better results from our members.

The old way took to long and many people never finished it — these things can take weeks or months to finish up. So I researched and researched to see if there was a simpler way and that’s how I discovered ‘One-Page’ business plans.

For the new start-up, these are more than enough to get you going.​

Your business plan is never a ‘completed’ work — it’s a living and growing document. You'll continue to add, tweak and take-away from it as time goes on.

I simply want to help you stack the odds in your favor so you have a great start.

So ... here's the deal.

I'm not going to drag this out into some long sales pitch ... You read the free report I sent you already, the one outlining how I built a wildly successful t-shirt business. I hope it gave you some insight into some of the things you must do to be successful in this business.

So, here it is ... if you want in, just sign-up below. The program will release on Monday and you'll need to pre-register now if you want in.

The cost is a whopping $37 bucks!

You walkaway with a plan ... Everything I teach will be recorded and you'll be free to watch the training anytime. It's yours. 

You'll be able to access the training through a private members-only page on my website.​

You'll get access to all of the templates and worksheets I use to teach with.

The training is yours indefinitely.

If you think it was a waste of your time and money, I'll refund you 100% of your money, no questions asked. All of the risk is on me. You now have nothing to lose.


I appreciate your business and look forward to working with you on your business plan.

Cartess Ross​