You Get What You Settle For
The new year is beginning to germinate in the minds of pro-active business owners. The challenge is always what should we be aiming for with all the uncertainty in the marketplace. What you are aiming to accomplish next year is important and critical in this environment. The danger is because of the current business environment you may very likely have a secret, unspoken set of goals and objectives. This “other set” is the accomplishments you will settle for!
Make no mistake, the excuse that you “need to be realistic” is just that – an excuse, a hedge. No, your objective should be big goals, then set realistic time frames to accomplish them. Thinking smaller or having goals you will settle for next year is the last thing you need or the country needs right now.
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