· Planning

Did you make any New Year’s Resolutions? What was it? Lose some weight, pay off debt, start a business, travel more?


A New Year, a fresh start. Goodbye 2021! Let’s take 2022 by the horns and accomplish greatness! But how do we do that? Do we make Resolutions? Do we follow our financial professional advice? No matter what you do, I’m here for you. If you read last week’s blog it was more targeted to business owners, where this blog is more for personal goals/resolutions.  

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A definition of Resolution – A firm decision, to do or not to do something. I think the word “firm” is not considered when making these resolutions. As many resolutions only last for week or a few months. I mentioned before in another blog “We don’t plan to fail; we fail to plan.” Meaning, we take these resolutions, and don’t plan on how to make them reality. How are you going to lose weight? Are you going to start eating differently, or exercising, or both? How are you going to become debt free? Did you map it out? Did you use the snowball effect? Or are you going to wing it and hope for the best?

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Last year we talked about our vision for our business. We talked about setting up some goals so we can have a benchmark, so we can control the year, instead of the year controlling us. This can be applied with personal goals too. What is it that you are trying to achieve this year? Within those Goals, we break those down to Quarterly Goals, and then Monthly Goals. Do you have those Personal and Business Budgets already set, so you can some peace of mind knowing you have a plan?


Do you have a resolution that you want to become reality? Schedule an appointment with us, https://go.thryv.com/site/pinabiz and I can help you out.

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