While every one else is making a New Years resolution are you even ready to join the crowd. Before you jump into making resolutions for next year, make sure you have wrapped up 2013 nicely. By creating your own year-end checklist (or using ours) you are able to confidently wrap up 2013 and better prepare for 2014. Do you have an important year-end checklist that you faithfully turn to at the end of every year?
As it usually happens when a new year approaches, you may find yourself wishing that you had just a little bit more; a little more money, a bigger house, a nicer car or a fatter bank account. You have the big dreams and the high ambition; you’re just missing the right opportunity. It turns out, the opportunity you’ve been searching for may be right around the corner. Are you open to seeing any and all opportunities that may cross your path or are you too focused on an unattainable dream?
Small business owners should already have a business plan well into place for 2014. If you yourself are a small business owner and you don’t have a business plan already in place for next year then you need to get started now! By making a list (or using this one), and checking it twice, you can ensure a successful start to 2014 for your business. Is there a list that you follow at the end of each year to make it easier to transition into the new year?
With the economy in full recovery mode and with the entire world going digital, there is no better time than right now to start a home based business. You don’t need much to create a work from home business, at least physically. What tips or suggestions can you leave in the comments below to help others create their own work from home business?
So if you don’t have a plan for 2014 then now is the time to get all of your notes, profits and loss statements and any summaries of your previous years successes and failures to apply to the plan for next year. What do you feel is the most important thing to reflect upon when creating a stronger business plan for the next year?