12.26.2013

A Year In Review


Before we move forward it's always good to look back. This is the perfect time to review your year for the good and the bad.

Why do you want to do that, because knowing these things about your business will guide you to creating and achieving bigger more challenging goals.

Things to consider:

Financial
How much you made
What were your expenses
What materials or equipment you invested in
What investments did not work
How did you track your money - did it work? Is it time for a new system?

Production
Did you meet your inventory goals
Is your work space working the way it's set up now
Were the supplies you had adequate

Marketing
Did you meet your marketing goals
What social media worked and what didn't
Was marketing an effective part of your business

This is your personal journey.  Take your time, and no need to share this info with anyone. Use the information you discover to guide you as you create your 2014 plan to help you grow your business.

When you are ready to start your plan for 2014, use my Master Plan printable to help you create a plan for your business.

Click here to download you copy
Do you review your year before you make plans for the new year?


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4 comments:

  1. Timely post. I try to do a year-end review. I love the printable. I'll be using that this year! Happy New Year!

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  2. I guess I kinda review my year before going forward. For example, I didn't feel I did well at the craft shows so I am rethinking what I am going to bring next year.

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  3. This is one of those things I try to do throughout the year. Of course the year goes by so fast that is can be difficult to stay on top of goals.

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