What’s #1 on Your Holiday Wishlist for Your Business in 2020?

Chrsitmas Wishlist

The hardest thing to discover is the obvious.”

We are closing in on the end of 2019 and I am sure you are hard at work planning for 2020 and beyond. But planning for what exactly?

Here is my challenge for you this month:

Figure out your #1 wish for your business in 2020, and then go make it happen.

Your #1 wish is most likely one of the most important challenges or opportunities facing you in 2020. Think about it. If you could snap your finger and have your wish granted. No obstacles! Close your eyes and your wish comes true!

However, many times, we let current obstacles get in the way of real progress, stopping us before we even begin to dream of what we wish for in the future.

Happy Christmas WishIt is time to think differently and to have a bit more fun, while building your business. It is time to think like a kid again and get your dreams back for 2020. But, unlike when you were a kid, you are now the person who controls the resources to make your wish happen.

So, when you’re doing your planning, remember to ask the question about the wish…because wishes represent what you want most, and they can and do come true – when our vision is clear, and our planning is in place.

Sometimes, the answers are so obvious …once we figure out the right question to ask.

So, what is your #1 wish for your business in 2020?

READ. THINK. DECIDE. IMPLEMENT

 

Randy H NelsonI’m truly excited that my second book in my Decision Series for Entrepreneurs®  titled The Third Decision: The Intentional Entrepreneur – Building a Regret-Free Life Beyond Business was published earlier this year. This book delves into the topic above and is built around the top regrets people have in their lives, outside of work. Whereas I challenged the reader to become qualified in my best-selling Second Decision; I challenge entrepreneurs and leaders to become intentional and to commit to non-negotiables in this book. Non-negotiables are commitments on which you’re not willing to compromise; they are off-limits. What are they not? They’re not statements like, “I know I should,” “I really want to try,” or “I am going to give this my best shot.” I challenge you to be intentional. You will be happy you are.

For more info, you can visit my website at www.randyhnelson.com.
Randy H Nelson