As we prepare for a new year we often focus on keeping/growing what we have gained, or minimizing what we have lost.
We also tend to get tunnel vision on growth and what the new year will bring.
And, we cannot help but reflect on the past year as we look forward to where we want to take our business.
Reflecting on the direction of your business is a healthy exercise to provide insight into the future.
The reason these things have such a big impact on the business is because they have to do with people and people have feelings.
For example, if you had to stop for a moment and reflect on the past year, what would be the first three things that come to mind?
Or better yet, what have you done to ensure the sustainability and growth of your people?
Click the following link to read Kendall Rawls’s post on the Multi Unit Franchising’s website titled: Reflections – Past, Future, Present
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