Ten Resolutions to Keep in 2008

With resolutions focusing on topics from human resource development to extracurricular programs and better business investments, our resolution guide will help you make 2008 the year when you accomplish your goals.

10 Resolutions You Can Keep

  1. Save your Business Money
  2. Stay in Shape at Work
  3. Go Green at Work
  4. Take Control of Your Credit
  5. Get Involved in a Charity
  6. Take a Vacation
  7. Get a Business Makeover
  8. Learn Something New
  9. Motivate Your Employees
  10. Market on the Web

There’s always something invigorating about the start of a new year. Four of the year’s biggest holidays are now a thing of the past, and we can finally stop worrying about the holiday crunch and start planning for the future once again. Perhaps the idea of buying a new calendar and changing all the dates on our stationery gives us a feeling of starting fresh and using our experiences from the previous year to our advantage.

It’s not surprising, then, that making a new year’s resolution has become so popular in our society. The commitment to achieving our goals is what inspired many of us to start our own small businesses in the first place. Constantly trying to make today better than yesterday is what makes us tick as a society.

For many of us, though, our new year’s resolutions have not changed for the past few years. We simply want our businesses to succeed and impact those around us for the better. Although that’s certainly a respectable goal, many of us have no idea as to how to go about accomplishing it. We at America’s Best have learned that identifying the specifics of a goal is a large step toward accomplishing that goal. The more we dissect our dreams, the more quickly we can go about turning those dreams into reality.

How, then, can we make our small businesses succeed? This issue, we’ve broken down the logistics of 10 specific goals that can make your life and business better in the year to come. Packed with resolutions focusing on topics from human resource development to extracurricular programs and better business investments, our resolution guide will help you make 2008 the year when you accomplish your goals.

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