10 Resolutions for Entrepreneurs in 2012
NEW YORK (MainStreet) -- It's a new year, and you know what that means: resolutions.
But not all resolutions have to be so big or so complicated they'll never get done. Some can be quite simple, such as improving time management skills, whereas others can take a bit more strategy, such as finally getting on the social media bandwagon. Small-business owners should also use these early days to refresh their business plans and make an effort to, finally, implement some of those ideas you had but never quite put to use.
|It's a new year, and you know what that means: resolutions. But not all resolutions have to be so big or so complicated they'll never get done.|
Late last month, we asked our Facebook followers their small-business resolutions for 2012. Some were on the general side -- like Maxwell G. Mason's vow to "Make even more $$$ than last year!" or Steve Goff's for "survival!" But there was the woman whose intent was to "Get rid of my drama queen partner and keep on moving forward!" and Jeff Lasher's inspiring resolve to "Start [a small business] down here in Silicon Valley!"
Here are 10 other small-business resolutions for 2012:
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