You do make me think.
How much of business is simply organic. None of us know if any of the things we do will work. We are just crazy enough or enjoy it enough to experiment.
I would venture to guess that more new lawn car business than not, don't have a business plan when they start or have any kind of structure when they start.
I think there is more structure in businesses that need to present a plan to investors or a bank in order to get a loan when they are started.
Do those such businesses have any better of a chance? I don't think so actually.
However I do think creating structure as you go is very important. Also having a vision of where you want your business to go is important because then each day you can ask yourself, is this taking me closer to my goal or further away from it.
Have you considered downloading one of the free business plan examples and then putting in your information? They are located here
When you think of the bigger picture, where do you see yourself or your business. Can you describe the vision?