New Year’s resolutions are not just for your personal life, you should also create resolutions for your small business. So, if you’re ready to bring some positive change into 2016, here are a few resolutions to consider.
Learn to manage your cash flow more efficiently – This is a great resolution for business owners who don’t have enough capital to invest back into their business, or those who don’t understand everyday business finances.
Improve your social and web presence – If you haven’t updated your social media platforms or website in the past year or have been putting it off, it’s time to get at it! Building online presence for your business will attract customers and increase your sales.
Charge what you are worth – If you’re feeling underpaid and undervalued, take time to revamp your strategy and up your rates to accommodate the value your business brings to the table.
Build your team and delegate – If you have more work then you can handle, it’s time to stop picking up all the slack and start bringing in others to help you grow your business and learn how to delegate more effectively.
Become a better communicator – If you are having frequent issues with misunderstanding and consistently repeating yourself, it’s a sign that you’re communicating ineffectively. Set a resolution to focus on becoming a better communicator in your business.
Now that you have some ideas for your business’ New Year’s resolution, it’s time to narrow them down, create a plan and put them into action!