Aftertaste

Now that you’ve opened your presents and overeaten, let’s take a moment to re-cap this year. What stood out to you? What would you have done differently? What’s in store for 2010? As you digest, try pondering these questions:

1) What left an Impression?
What did you remember? Usually the good and bad stand out, while everything in the middle is forgotten. What were your highlights? Setbacks? What was the most memorable thing that happened to you in 2009?

2) What did you Learn?
Even with the challenges of the past year, we can always look at it as an opportunity to grow. What can you capitalize on to make 2010 that much better? We get better when we make the choice to grow forward, no matter what the circumstances may be.

3) What’s Next?
One thing I love about being an entrepreneur is that there is no finish line. Once you get complacent you’re dead meat. Take some time to sit down and write out your personal vision for 2010. It’s amazing what we can accomplish when we set our minds to it (and put in the hard work!)

2009 was a challenging year for my business, but I continued to work hard, try new things and re-innovate myself. I’m optimistic that 2010 will be better, but there’s no guarantees. All I can do is promise to do my best and let God do the rest!

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