9 Tips for Setting Realistic Business New Year’s Resolutions

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit.There are two types of resolutions: opportunity resolutions and problem-solution resolutions.

Opportunity resolutions are those that help you grow and achieve and leverage your strengths. They put more wind in your sails.

Problem-solution resolutions are those that help you overcome weaknesses and resist threats. They help you plug the holes to keep your ship from sinking.

The first step in creating a list of possible business resolutions for your business is to document all those thoughts that start with “I should really…” Then prioritize your resolutions. It’s often really tempting to focus on positive opportunity resolutions — they just feel better. But often, the problem-solution resolutions are the ones that are going to help you grow even faster. 

If a resolution is simply a firm decision to do something, then leveraging specific goals and our best project-management skills is how we get it done.

Now that you’ve narrowed down your list of potential business resolutions, here’s how to put them into action.
1.   Pick just one.
2.   Align your resolutions with your goals.
3.   Be specific.
4.   Make a plan.
5.   Keep it small.
6.   Make it real.
7.   Build rewards.
8.   Communicate your resolutions.
9.   Check-in regularly.

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Henry Tippie

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