Small Business Resolutions

December 29, 2021

I promised my assistant that I would approach the coming year with caution. I said I wouldn’t poke it, that I even swore I wouldn’t say its name lest I wake the beast and provoke another crazy year full of variants, quarantines, and perhaps scurries of angry, mutant, three-eyed, rabid purple squirrels. Did you know a group of squirrels is called a scurry? No? Well, you learned something today! But I digress. 

What I am about to talk about are definitely not my New Year’s Resolutions, they are just some things that I want to start to do on a random day in the near future to help improve my business. Maybe they will inspire you to do the same on an ordinary, boring Tuesday that is just like any other day. Not at any specific time that people ordinarily do that sort of thing. 

So perhaps my biggest goal is to create a realistic organizational process. I am guilty of trying the latest and greatest apps and planners that are supposed to help me manage my time, and I don’t always give them a fair shot before abandoning and moving on. Organization is so important, and I need to simplify and find what works for me.

Second, and this goes hand-in-hand with the organizational goal, is to get rid of what doesn’t work. This is going to be my… nothing special random group of 365 days of letting go of some of the things that are tying me down because they are just no longer effective.  

Next, and this is a hard one for me, is I need to delegate more. And learn to be okay with delegating. It’s so easy to fall into the trap of just doing things myself, but that isn’t the best use of my time and energy.

Finally, I am going to review the goals I set for my business, see where I am with those, and set new, realistic goals. I absolutely want to reach for the stars, but it takes small steps and a solid plan to get there.

That’s it. Short, sweet, and manageable. Even if I have to take time off for Squirrel Defense Classes. What are some of your goals this year? Let’s discuss all of our ideas on Facebook or Instagram! But not right this second, I am heading out to buy some nuts just in case I need bribes.

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