Would you like to see Massive Profit Growth in Your Small Business in 2013?
Did 2012 not quite go as well as you had hoped or planned?
Wouldn’t out be fantastic if 2013 went a whole lot better than 2012 did? Even if 2012 was Ok, wouldn’t it still be great if 2013 was significantly better?
What have you done so far to plan to make 2013 better than 2012 was?
Have you written down your goals and aspirations for next year?
Did you know that written goals have a significantly better achievement rate than non-written goals?
Whether you consider yourself an Entrepreneur a Solopreneur or just a Small Business Owner, you need to create a written plan for your business this year (and every year) in order to know first and foremost where you are trying to head, but then secondarily the details of your plan when you drill down will give you all the steps that need to happen along the way to take you along the journey and make sure that you achieve those end goals that you have in your business for the year.
Did you even have a written plan for 2012? If yes, did you follow it throughout the whole year?
If not, do you think having your plan for 2013 written down will help ensure you have a better year this next year?
A written plan is critical for your success, because not only are you committing something to paper (or computer), but you are also having to think about it in detail in order to get it down on the page.
That thought process itself will start you down the path toward success and having the year you are dreaming of, and then the act of actually writing it down (or typing it) will then get your brain working in harmony with the universe to make it happen for you and your business.
Planing and Goal setting are big business skills that you need to Master if you want to be successful in business this coming year, and every year thereafter.
Take a look at your numbers for 2012 and then decide how much bigger you want them for 2013. Is a 25% increase what you are looking for?
That seems pretty big, but not really massive to me. How about a 50% or even 100% increase in your profits for 2013 verses what your business did in 2012?
Are you thinking to yourself that there is no way to make that happen?
If so, then you are getting close to where you should be setting your goal. A goal should stretch you and make you uncomfortable and should take some effort to hit, otherwise is it really a worthwhile goal?
And don’t forget that goals need to be specific and measurable in order to know if/when you have reached them. If you can’t measure it, then it isn’t specific enough and is a dream rather than a goal.
Once you have created your goals for the year and written them down, go through each and verify that it is specific and measurable, and if it isn’t, then tweak it such that it is.
The graph above shows what it would look like if you could double your profit each of the next 3 years. That would take you from $130,00 to over $1 Million in profits. If you are staring from a slightly lower point, you could still be over $1 Million in 4 years worth of doubles.
If you’d like some help determining what your plan for 2013 should look like in order to achieve Massive Profit Growth in your small business, then you are in luck, as I am offering a Free 25 minute “Massive Profit Growth” business consultation where I will help you to figure out your goals for 2013 and what shifts you need to make in order to have the best year ever in your business profit.
Have A Prosperous Day!