Put some Spring back into your Business Goals

It’s Springtime and a perfect time to Re-evaluate your Goals.

Can you believe it’s Springtime? The time just zooms by doesn’t it? Time sure does fly when you’re having fun and keeping busy within your business. The beginning of spring heralds a time of new beginnings and fresh starts. So it’s an excellent time to look at the goals you set yourself at the start of the year – just to make sure you’re on target. It’s a perfect time to re-evaluate and take a good look at every aspect of your business.

During most sports, the players take a time out during the game, and in a lot of cases they come out bursting with vigour after a good pep talk about their tactics and a think about how they can improve: business owners should do the same. Go on, give yourself a talking to. 

If you’re finding that certain goals aren’t on target, then ask yourself why.

  • Did you set the bar far too high? – If so, make some adjustments.
  • The flip side of this being, are you way ahead of your goals? – set your bar higher.

Are you still passionate about your goals? If you start dragging your feet on a project, it could be a signal that you need help or you need to scrap it and replace it with something that you are passionate about.

“Spring is the time of plans and projects.” ~ Leo Tolstoy

Give your financial goals a spring clean too. Tweak your prices, but never go too cheap or price yourself too high. If you believe your prices are fine look at ways to offer more value to your services in a way that isn’t going to cost you or your clients’ more.

Goals are there to be worked to, but they aren’t set in stone; they are movable targets and can be easily adapted.

Need help or advice? Virtuoso-PA can help you set your goals and support you to reach them.

Put some Spring back into your Business Goals

Karina Bailey

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Written by Karina Bailey

Karina is the real person behind the Virtual Assistant. I support local small business owners, helping to relieve their admin stress and concentrate on their core business. When not at my desk working I can be found in graveyards, researching my family history. Dancing the Salsa and listening to local bands.