As of this morning, Christmas is officially over. Can you believe it? Of course, if you’re anything like my family, the holiday festivities last at least another week. But, as the Christmas decorations return to their boxes, the “visions of sugarplums” dancing through our heads are replaced with visions of the new year–and all the things we hope to accomplish. And if you’re having a little trouble with your resolutions, we’ve got the solution. The following articles are filled with great ideas to help you make 2015 your best year yet… and they come from business owners and entrepreneurs just like you! I hope you enjoy them–and that you find them as helpful as I did. Let me know what you think! Happy New Year!
Business success isn’t all dollars and cents–after all, is it truly success if you don’t enjoy it? As the new year approaches, it’s time to re-analyze that oh-so-important work/life balance. Are you working harder than you have to? Are you growing yourself alongside your business? These ten resolutions will ensure that you can have your cake and eat it too.
“Entrepreneurs are the masters of to-do lists, calendars, and organization…” but they’re also the masters of trial and error. These ten entrepreneurs know what it means to make mistakes–and their resolutions stem from those experiences. From remembering that you can’t do it all, to allocating a little more “me time,” these first time business owners have the tips you need to make this year your most successful yet.
No one ever said entrepreneurialism was easy. In fact, it’s one of the hardest things you’ll ever do! At times, it can get pretty stressful–and when you’re the one in charge, it can be hard to relieve that pressure. These resolutions exist for the sole purpose of helping you, well, relax. After all, a stress-free entrepreneur is a focused entrepreneur.
Straight from the TNP blog–this year, as you make your business resolutions, we ask you look no further than your couch. Er… that thing sitting in front of your couch. That’s right, flip on the TV and learn from some of television’s greatest (granted, fictional) entrepreneurs.