What Intelligent Small Business Owners Can Do Now for a Successful 2022: Part 2
Now that you have a handle on the data, you can look for the story it tells. What worked, what didn’t? What cost more than expected? What led to greater success?
Adjust the budget for next year based on the lessons learned this year.
Can you outsource routine tasks to a virtual assistant or bookkeeper? What about content creation? A payroll company (I highly recommend these)?
Do your logo or website or printed materials need updating?
Do you have surplus funds to reinvest in the business? Where would that best be spent (e.g. computer upgrades, new software, CSM, hiring additional people)?
It’s time for a sprint to the end of the year. While many entrepreneurs are slowing down, this is the time to push to meet, or exceed, your financial goals.
And speaking of financial goals, how much do you want to make next year? How are you going to get there? If you need a business coach, why not start now?