Posted by Marty Dickinson on Jan 1, 2013
It’s one thing to claim your New Year’s resolution is to “not be so busy” or “spend more time with the kids,” but to make a New Year’s resolution for your business is a whole different animal. It means more to more people when your business is involved. One decision could have ripple effects in many different areas involving many people.
Plus, I think with a business New Year’s resolution, a person is more probably to talk about it with others. You tell your spouse, your clients, your staff, your social networks. You are more bound to accomplish the goal you set when it’s involving your business.
My business resolution is going to be to involve video a whole lot more. I resolve to have a video introduction for every product I sell. We’ll see if it sticks.
Have you chosen something to aim for or change in your business in 2013? Maybe you’re New Year’s resolution for your business needs to be larger than just a resolution that could fizzle out in a few weeks. Maybe what you need is more of a New Year’s Evolution. If you follow that link, you’ll see a guest post I made about making a New Year’s “evolution” for a more major life change.
Happy New Year 2013 and we’re looking forward to an amazing year! Join us!