Now that we’re in the last week of the calendar year, it’s time for one last end of the year review. As an entrepreneur, there are so many things going on that it’s easy to not stop and take care of the basics. Here are a few ideas to put on your end of year review:
- Thank your friends and family for all the support they provide
- Tell your employees and team members how much you value them
- Reach out to your board, advisors, mentors, and coaches and tell them what they mean to you
- Polish your Simplified One Page Strategic Plan one last time
- Plan you New Year’s resolutions (and implement a plan to stick to them!)
- Review the year and ask the start, stop, continue questions
The end of the year is a great time to reflect and review. Take a few minutes and make it count.
What else? What are some more end of year items to review?
One thought on “Final End of the Year Review”
Thank you for a year of writing (and more). Your commitment to a writing goal has been a gift to my intellect. I haven’t commented previously, more of a lurker unfortunately, but have come to appreciate the later night “ding” that accompanies your emails. Know that your simple approach to a daily ritual of thought has hit its mark: sometimes want to quickly delete but a headline catches me; or not, but I like the topic and know you’ll give me a brief pov; or “there’s no where I’m going to learn this” but here. I’ve shared your posts and thoughts dozens of times.
Good stuff and thanks again. I’m a finance guy that ended up in digital agencies for the last 15 years. I see a huge opportunity in the MarTech stack and you’re one of the few cats in the industry that gets it. Orchestration software is the tip of the iceberg – I see the demand every day and can sell the hell out of it.
Would love to connect if interested.
On Dec 26, 2016 9:35 PM, “David Cummings on Startups” wrote:
> David Cummings posted: “Now that we’re in the last week of the calendar > year, it’s time for one last end of the year review. As an entrepreneur, > there are so many things going on that it’s easy to not stop and take care > of the basics. Here are a few ideas to put on your end of y” >