Contractors, Remodelers, Specialty Trades and Builders: are you keeping your New Year's Resolutions for your business?
Every year we hear comments from the people we know that this "is going to be the year I make and keep my New Year's Resolutions". The excitement from the holidays and approaching New Year causes a euphoria and determination that this is going to be the year our resolutions stick. Well how are you doing 4 weeks into the New Year? Are the resolutions you made still in effect? Or has the excitement warn off and you are now back to your old self?
9 New Year's Resolutions for business from contractors and remodelers
- This year I am going to write a business and financial plan and stick to it.
- This year I am going to spend more time working on my business and less in it.
- This year I am going to market my business effectively and build a website and social media plan that generates the right leads.
- This year I am going to develop and implement systems and stop using the WAG (wild @$$ guess) method.
- This year I am going to learn how to sell my services better.
- This year I am going to raise the price for my services and pay myself a fair wage that I deserve.
- This year I am going to learn how to be a more effective businessman.
- This year I am going to spend more time on me and with my family
- This year unlike the last many I am going to stick to my New Year's Resolutions for more than a few weeks.
If you are still keeping your New Year's Resolutions from 4 weeks ago, great job.
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If you have given up on your resolutions and are now back to your old self is it time to consider another approach?
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Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result.
Action Step Towards Sanity: stop expecting to get a different result after doing the "same thing" over and over again and change the "same thing".