Self-improvement is a year-round venture.
But it can be helpful to think about things in terms of a new year.
The new year is inspiring!
I’ve learned a ton over the past year. The same is true for you too, I’m sure. There’s always more to learn, and there should always be a quest to improve.
Here’s a quick list of some skills we could all improve upon over the next year. If you want any support at all, send me an email: [email protected]
Onto the list!
1. Connecting people within your network to solve their problems.
2. Becoming more genuine with employees.
3. Seeing everything at a macro level.
4. Seeing some things at a micro level.
5. Listening less to individuals, and more to the movement of the market.
6. Making fewer predictions, and believing fewer predictions from others.
7. Substituting predictions with trendspotting.
8. Being unafraid to substitute trendspotting with trendsetting.
9. Taking way better care of your customers, especially your first few.
10. Completely believing in your abilities get the job done.
11. Completely embracing any self-doubt you’ve got.
12. Getting out from behind the screen to talk to people.
15. Balancing the two.
16. Writing agreements and contracts, unless you have a lawyer who could do that for you!
17. Creating more beautiful presentations and pitch decks.
18. Reinvesting money back in the business.
19. Paying business credit cards off on time.
20. Understanding how $1 can turn into $X, whether for better or worse.
21. Having even more fun building something unbelievable out of something unseeable.
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