Everyone wants to make more money in the coming year – from the large corporations to the solo-preneur. The difference between the ones who will do it and the ones who won’t comes down to having a plan.
The good news is writing a plan for the year is easy! Not only that, it’s kind of fun because you can see exactly what you’re going to be accomplishing over the next year! And, it’s not set in stone so if something doesn’t work you can change it.
Here’s how I create my own plan in just three easy steps and how you can do it too!
1) Make a list of everything you would like to accomplish over the next year in your business. That might be writing your first booklet and getting it on the market, or it might be expanding what you’ve already got into new products and markets.
2) Break down your list by month. For January write what you want to get done first, then for February write down what you want to do next and so on. You might not have enough on your list to fill every month if you’re just starting out. That’s ok. You can always add more later as things come to mind.
3) Now look at each month and break it down by the week. Each accomplishment you want to achieve can probably be broken down into steps. Decide which steps and how many steps you will do each week.
That’s it! Now all you will need to do is look at what you’re going to accomplish each week and decide what to do each day – and you can do that for each week at the end of the previous week.
If you haven’t already, spend some time creating your plan for 2014 over the weekend. You’ll be amazed at how much you can come up with that you would like to accomplish and how well this tactic will keep you on track toward reaching your goals!
To your riches!
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