Have you set any New Year’s business resolutions? January is a great time to think about your business and where you want it to go in the year ahead. However, it can be all too easy to set grand plans at the start of the year that fade into the background come February. So, how do you set New Year’s business resolutions that actually stick? I’ve written an article for Issue 22 of Surrey Business Magazine on this very topic! It’s also been featured on the Platinum Publishing website. You can read the full article here.
Ideas For Keeping Your New Year’s Business Resolutions
So, how do you keep your New Year’s business resolutions? There are several tricks that you can implement to make the whole process a lot easier for you and your business. For example, it’s a good idea to make sure that any resolutions you set are manageable in the first place. You can’t plan to completely change your business in a couple of months if you know that this isn’t realistically possible! Try to set manageable goals and expectations. This way, you are far more likely to be able to achieve them and help your business thrive. Or, consider whether you truly hold yourself accountable. When running a small business, there’s often no one else there to do so! That’s why it’s so important to check in with yourself and make sure that you’re doing all you can to help your business to thrive.
Head over to the Platinum Publishing website to read the whole article. However, I can’t cover absolutely everything in a short article. If you would like more help and advice, please get in touch with me. Or, book in for a free Social Clinic with one of the Delivered Social team here. We’re always happy to help businesses grow, no matter their size, industry, or experience!