Whether it’s to be a kinder person or to loss weight, just about everyone makes personal New Year’s resolutions. But what about your business? The start of a new year is the perfect time to review the previous year’s wins…
It’s the new year, and you’ve made some resolutions that you will, of course, stick to for more than 2 weeks. I resolve to eat more fruits and vegetables, exercise more (I got lazy with that halfway through 2011), and start actually doing things I want to do instead of just talking about doing them.
The approaching New Year can spark a wide range of emotions for those who celebrate. But for most business owners, ringing in the New Year prompts one of two emotional responses
It’s January and I am sure many of you have made a health based New Year’s resolution or two. Sally promises to not only get a gym membership but to actually go. Susie promises to schedule herself for the often-skipped gynecological annual exam. Sara is thinking about giving up her pot-of-coffee-a-day habit for lent (the year did just start).