Take a vacation with your family. These resolutions are coming to you a bit late (though I’ve backdated them) because I took my own advice. Here are some pictures from our trip up California’s Highway One, from Los Angeles to San Francisco.
Oh, and here are the resolutions from last year:
Identify the most successful businesses in your community and find out who is second and third in charge there. Ask those people to lunch. Learn everything you can about their business. Don’t “sell” your practice or your services, but offer to help them in any way you can. Follow up with a personal thank-you note after the lunch.
You will start to see business from these people and their businesses before next year is out!
Now that the holiday season is over, think about the one present you saw (on television, while shopping, under the tree) that made you say to yourself, “Boy, if I were a kid again …,” and go buy it for yourself. Whenever you are having a tough day at the office, or really need to do some creative thinking, pull it out and play with it. Here is the “present” I bought myself while shopping for my daughter’s Christmas presents — a Lego Ferrari F1 Racer. I can’t wait to put it together.