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  • Writer's pictureCherie Larson

It’s Not Too Late to Work Towards Your Business Resolutions

It’s so hard to believe we’re already well into February! Time for a check in.

How are your New Year’s resolutions coming? By now, 80% of people have given up on their goals and objectives for the year.

If you’re one of the many people who hasn’t been able to maintain your resolutions or move closer toward your goals - don’t give up! There’s nothing magical about Jan. 1 - in fact, any day that you start moving closer to your goals is a good day.

What types of goals do you have for your business this year? Do you want more revenue, more employees, more spending (yep, that can be a goal!), less spending, to pay down debt, better monitoring of your finances, better record keeping, to improve procedures, a new space or to improve the space you have?

Just because you haven’t moved in the direction you hoped in January, it’s not too late to start. Very often, the path to meeting goals is not a straight one.

A major part of meeting goals can often include setting habits. What habits are you performing in your business? What needs to change? Whether it’s for you or your employees, it can be difficult to change habits. We’re currently finding value in two books related to this and highly recommend taking a look if you’re wanting to make some adjustments:

Atomic Habits by James Clear
Better Than Before by Gretchen Rubin

As a business owner, many of the goals you have for your business involve cash - either incoming or outgoing. Before you can truly plan your targets, you have to know where you are and what it’s going to take to get there. Having an outside accountability partner can help you get this figured out and keep you on track to meet your goals.

Whether you need your books cleaned up first or just need to have someone be there as your partner while you face the challenges of growth, we’re here to be that partner. Schedule some time to talk HERE. Let us know how your goals are coming and how we can help!


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