A pat on the back before you move on

Written by Pauline Bright on December 31st, 2013

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Congratulations!
Instead of focusing on things you didn’t get done in the last 12 months I think
this time of the year is perfect for looking back on what you DID achieve – before you make any resolutions for the New Year…

…here’s a little memory jog to review what you achieved:

• In the last 12 months I grew… my turnover, my profit, my team, my
premises, my database, my business relationships…

• In the last 12 months I got to grips with and learnt more about… attracting the right customers and where they come from, how much they spend with me on average, what makes them happy… (and what makes ME  happy!)

• In the last 12 months I cut pruned or trimmed….costs, poor customers,
unsuitable employees, time spent on unimportant work…

• In the last 12 months I got better at… my role, leadership, dealing with
overwhelm, making money, my potential, clearing my emails, delegating
jobs I no longer have to/want to do…

• In the last 12 months I unlocked or locked-In …the secret to my success,
great marketing that works, new awesome customers, new contracts, new
opportunities…

• In the last 12 months I finished, refined or smoothed… some systems,
debt collection, teamwork, policies and procedures, customer service…

• In the last 12 months I cleaned out… some old junk I didn’t need –
including stock, got rid of some roadblocks or beliefs that were holding me
back; the bottlenecks in our delivery process; cleared the blockage in our
Cashflow…

• In the last 12 months I fell down, got up, went sideways, moved
forwards… and learnt a lot more about business and myself

Take a big pat on the back – you deserve it!

Now go kick some Seriously Fun business butt in 2014…

Posted Under: Lifestyle, New Business, Personal Development, Strategy, Thinking

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7 responses to “A pat on the back before you move on”

  1. Moon says:

    Logically the points do make sense, however for me:I enjoy checking my stats, prgrmaoming, building websites, and many times writing content. It may cost me in the long run financially but I’m much happier doing things myself, it’s the reason I play this game.

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