New Year's Resolutions
Some people see resolutions like promises...made to be broken but not intentional! How did your resolutions go in 2009? Donâ€™t feel bad, most people donâ€™t even bother with resolutions anymore. Let's face it, just staying afloat was a resolution kept this past year for which we should all be proud.
Weâ€™re glad you made it and letâ€™s hope this year is kinder to all our bottom lines. A way to start the New Year on a positive note is with a plan. Forget the resolution talk. Make a plan or a roadmap to follow for your business. Review what worked last year and what didnâ€™t. Remember what they call the person who does the same thing every time yet expects a different result?
Know your expenses and write them down. Then keep a daily track, and trim a little here and a bit over there. You donâ€™t need to be an accountant to understand the principal of profit or loss. Youâ€™re the boss, the independent contractor owner operator and the buck stops with you.
So live long and prosper, have a Happy New Year! I say we all move on to 2010!
Shelly Benisch, CIC
Commercial Insurance Solutions (CIS)