Tax season is coming to a close, and many small business owners are breathing a sigh of relief. The year may start in January, but most business owners spend the first four months of each year focusing on numbers from the previous year. Once your tax return is filed, be sure to take some time to evaluate your current situation…
- What is your primary focus in 2015?
- Are your goals realistic and measurable?
- Are you tracking progress in an effective way?
- Is it time to re-evaluate some of your goals?
I would encourage you to check out last month’s Spring Cleaning Checklist, and remember that SMART Goals are…
- Specific – Target a specific area… Aim small, miss small.
- Measurable – Set goals that can be tracked and/or quantified.
- Assignable – Specify who will drive/own the initiative.
- Realistic – Consider available resources.
- Time-Related – Specify a time frame.
Need help setting SMART Goals for your small business? Contact David@DEKEbookkeeping to schedule a complimentary call.