Business Retreat: Five days to get on track

So I haven't posted in a while. I've been very absorbed in my daytime job and at home. That's not to say the business has suffered - I've picked up a few important contracts and Enlight Solutions is beginning to gain some traction. Jae is helping me out with a new site design as well!

What's really fallen by the wayside is the planning and goal setting. I really need to start deciding what problems Enlight Solutions needs to attack. In responding to this issue, I've taken five days off from work to do some soul searching and start narrowing things down. Before I start anything like this, I try to set some objectives and plans for what's ahead.

  • Objective 1: Determine what type of business I want to build - what are its ideals, its mission, and product?
  • Objective 2: Determine action steps - what will it take for me to get there? Who will I have to meet? How will I meet them?
  • Objective 3: Develop a rough business plan
  • Objective 4: Develop a rough sales plan
It's a lot to cover in 5 days, but I'm committed to the task. Sometimes, you just have to jump right in. In order to reach these objectives I've set the following agenda for the retreat:
  • Personal Life Plan
  • Personal Goal Setting
  • Brainstorming on what's marketable
  • Market Research
  • Consolidation - determine what Enlight Solutions will specialize in
    • Business Model
    • Revenue Model
    • Identify Primary Market and a few secondaries for growth
  • Business Plan
  • Sales Plan
Is this a good plan of attack? What snags do you think I'll hit? Is this realistic for five days? Please let me know your thoughts. I will keep posting my progress throughout the week.