by Yvonne DiVita, Check out our Facebook page
Truth is, from my perspective, it's neither the 'end' nor a 'new beginning.' It's just the conclusion of another year, according to the calendar.
When we think of 'conclusion' we think of 'new'. Finishing a project opens the opportunity for new ideas and creative plans. I guess.
Truth is, you shouldn't be waiting for the end of a current project to begin something new. You shouldn't look at December 31st as your end-goal to a new focus in your business.
I'm seeing a lot "here's how to have a fabulous 2012" blog posts across the net, and as I read each one, I begin to yawn. Seriously. They're all the same. It angers me. Do this or do that, they tell you. Make plans, they tell you. Gather your team and outline the next 3 months, then meet and move forward into the next 3 months. Etc, etc, etc... Yes, I can hear Yul Brenner in my head (from 'The King and I').