Keeping Your New Year’s Resolutions

Happy Friday, everyone! As you know, tomorrow is January 17th, and that means one thing: National Ditch Your Resolution Day. That’s right. A recent study determined that nearly 90% of all people who set a New Year’s resolution fail by the end of the year; in fact, most of them within the first two weeks. I don’t know about you, but we’ve spent the last few months diligently planning our resolutions–determined to kill it in the New Year, and we’re not about to give up on those goals. If you need a little pick me up this January 17th, check out these three articles and keep on keepin’ on!

5 Steps to Keeping Your Business’ New Year’s Resolutions

If you’re already struggling with your resolutions, don’t give up; instead take a big step back and reanalyze the goals you’ve set both for yourself and for your business. This article recommends choosing one “Gold Star” resolution and making it your main focus. Once you’ve achieved that goal (or at least made serious strides), move on to the next. This will not only keep you on task, but keep you motivated. Read on for more tips!

The One New Year’s Resolution All Business Owners Should Keep

If you intend to follow the advice in that last article by picking one “Gold Star” resolution–make it this: developing an annual marketing plan. According to this, your marketing plan is arguably the most important goal on your list of resolutions to reach in 2015. Why? Click the link above to find out!

It’s Time to Re-Resolve!

If you’re having a hard time even remembering the resolutions you made more than two weeks ago, check out this blog post fresh off the TNP press! We’ve got the strategies you need to stay on track in 2015 and make some meaningful changes in the New Year.

 

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