Every Successful Business Leader Should Make These Resolutions:
Be consistent. Be real. Let others see how you as a leader effectively manage emotions and frustration at work. Set the example.
Everyone has ideas, they won’t all be great ideas, but if you listen to your employees and customers you are giving them one of the most considerate things one person can do for another. What a great way to earn loyalty and respect!
Too often, promoting your business slips to the bottom of the to-do list. If you want to attract new customers, you have to make promotion a priority.
Planning is vital for a healthy, growing business. Taking stock of what worked and didn’t, helps you set new directions or adjust your goals. Set aside time each week to review, adjust, and look forward!
Learning something new will add to your skills and also a new dimension of interest to your life, helping you achieve a healthy work-life balance. Plus, you may meet people, who may become colleagues, friends, or customers.
There is nothing like talking to other business people for sparking new ideas, refining old ones, and making contacts.
Resolve to make 2013 Your BEST YEAR EVER!