• In BMY, Key Resource is you: your
interests, skills and abilities, personality,
and the assets you own or control.
• BMY takes into account unquantifiable
“soft” Costs (such as stress) and “soft”
Benefits (such as satisfaction).
5 Steps to redraw
your personal business model
Draw Your Personal Business
Model as it Stands Today
Identify Pain Points
“circle the building blocks
where you feel dissatisfied”
Ask Diagnosis Questions
• Are you interested in your work?
• Do your personality tendencies match
• Do you enjoy your Customers?
• Do you need new Customers?
• What elements of your services are truly valued by the
• Could you deliver your Value Provided through a different
• Is Revenue paid in the manner the Customer prefers, or in
the manner you prefer?