Happy New Year! As 2012 begins, many of us are filled with excitement at the determination with which we will tackle our New Year Resolutions. Eat better and lose weight. Be a better parent/spouse/friend. Give more to charity. Improve my business.
Improving your business
If your New Year Resolutions don’t include a goal for your business, make one now. And make it SMART (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, Time-based). Simply saying “improve my business” may be realistic and achievable, but it’s meaningless unless you outline specific actions you can take to achieve results you can measure by a set deadline (December 31, 2012 seems reasonable to us). Continue reading