I’m so excited!

It’s not quite as exciting as having a child, but it’s close…

After years of fun (but painful) research, tons of false starts and failed initiatives, more money invested than I care to reflect on and a few exciting days in between, my blog gets to be bosidna’s first partner site.

What’s a partner site?

Put simply, we took the BOSI Assessment that everyone can’t stop talking about and widget-ized it so it can be available all over cyberspace. Bloggers, social networking sites, chambers of commerce, membership organizations, networking groups, b-2-b service providers and more can have this game-changing tool on their site – absolutely FREE!

This means visitors to our partner’s site can take the BOSI Assessment and get their results without ever leaving our partner’s site! I think that is pretty darn cool (and fairly disruptive to assessment-world at large).

So give it a try (if you haven’t already taken the Assessment). If you have, the system will tell you so. Wanna be a partner site, just say so!

Take the BOSI Assessment


  1. Jenn on September 3, 2011 at 3:55 am

    I stumbled upon your site while I was searching for a businiess plan template… Which you dont seem to recomend taking to the bank… I need funding… I KNOW I have an amazing idea for an untapped market with enomourous intrest but I am business plan stupid!!!

  2. Jenn on September 3, 2011 at 3:56 am

    What are ny options???

  3. Joe on September 3, 2011 at 3:47 pm


    On Tuesday (the day after Labor Day), stop by http://www.bosidna.com. You’ll see information there about our partner program (in the footer area of the site). It’s free to participate and it will give you several options of how to bring the BOSI Assessment to your site.


  4. Joe on September 3, 2011 at 3:52 pm


    I’m not a big fan of templated business plans because most of my financing relationships including VCs can see those plans coming from a mile away and toss them out. However, if you’re looking for some insight on the best way to structure your business plan, sites like techstars and venturehacks have the most relevant insight into how to get investors pulling out their checkbooks.

  5. Dr Suresh Kumar on September 13, 2011 at 3:33 pm

    Joe: Happy to see the rapid progress you are making. I will be happy to help you get the word out by placing the widget on my website and also recommend it to entrepreneurship development organizations that I am involved with.
    Dr Suresh Kumar