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As the year ends, so begins the tallying of the results of your business venture. You quantify the amount of money you made, the money you lost, and the amount of money you had to lose to earn the money you made. When it’s all said and done, what you have with you are numbers.
How do you interpret these numbers in preparation for the coming year?
How should your business adapt to what you achieved and the goals you didn’t hit?
Today, Don and Ryan look over the past year and evaluate their individual business performance as it relates to their plans in 2019. They discuss some of their business’ highlights and lowlights and share some of the reasons behind their successes and failures. They also explain what it means to get more money out of your free time and share tips on how to do just that.
“One of the measures of success is that you don't have to be in your organization for it to run.” Don Costa
This Week on FlipTalk’s Rookie PlayBook:
- Ryan's and Don's end of the year business results
- Their reflection on the business strategies they applied in 2018 and what they plan to change for 2019.
- Their goals for 2020 and how they plan to achieve them.
- What business leaders should be looking into at week 37.
- When you should be auditing your time and how.
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