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Jan032013

Here’s to Achievement, Prosperity, and Happiness in 2013!

I love the month of January (and not just because its my birthday month and ACC hoops is starting up!!!). This is when I get a chance to reflect on what happened over the last year, think about what I want to achieve this year, and then put together my strategy for making it happen. I get very excited and motivated when I visualize the possibilities in front of me, both personal and professional. That excitement is what keeps me driven and focused on being my best self for everyone I interact with.

As I think about my business goals for 2013, it always comes down to the main purpose for my business to exist– to be productive, constructive, profitable, and to contribute. I know that if my business can be those things; good things will come to the stakeholders involved with my business (clients, employees, vendors, community, and myself).

Money is not the only measurement of accomplishment for me. I want my business to represent much more than that and to ultimately bring a level of Achievement, Prosperity, and Happiness to ALL company stakeholders. I know this is very lofty, pie-in-the-sky thinking. I must be willing to do all the tasks and take on all the responsibilities that don’t produce any immediate satisfaction or happiness in order to accomplish my goals. There will be bumps in the road and some failures; but I'm confident in my ability to ultimately succeed as I have for quite a few years now. Luckily, the entrepreneur in me will keep me driven and competitive during the difficult times, as well as focused and thankful during the prosperous times.

As always, I thank you for your business and look forward to working with you in 2013!

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