By k | December 28, 2013 - 6:00 am - Posted in New Business Development

Yes, we should be setting
goals for our businesses
for 2014
but we should also be setting
personal goals,
goals to make us
more successful entrepreneurs.

I always have a continuous learning goal.
I plan to take courses
or read business books
or learn new skills.

I usually have a delegation goal also.
Every year, my business
becomes more successful.
Every year, in order to grow,
I have to delegate more non-core tasks.
I don’t want to be the bottleneck
for my own success.

Jordan Fried
has five other great resolutions
for entrepreneurs

My favorite is to stop complaining.
As he shares

“All too often I hear
wannabe entrepreneurs
complain about something.
“If only I had a cofounder who could write code,
then I’d be successful” or
“if only we had some more capital,
then we could make millions.”

Entrepreneurs are problem solvers
– not complainers.
If you can’t write code
either learn to write code,
pay a developer,
or find another creative solution.
As an entrepreneur
your job is to find solutions.”

Remember to set personal goals
for yourself
as a business builder.

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