Setting business goals may occasionally seem like a waste of time. Can’t you just take things day by day?
Well, sure, but then you let other people determine what your year looks like. That’s not exactly the best way to grow your business.
Planning out your year and identifying goals can help you determine where your business is headed, and ensure a more profitable future. Here are six tips to consider when setting business goals for 2018:
1. Gather the Numbers
You need to know how you did last year in order to set goals for this year. When gathering the numbers, you’ll want to look at more than just your sales figures. Consider profit and loss, number of new hires, number of people who quit (or were fired), insurance costs, office space rental costs, vendor fees and anything else that affects you financially.
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