Strategy and Planning

An easy New Year’s resolution worth keeping

New year, new resolutions.  Even if you are the type like me who hate the whole concept of January first being the de facto day for resolutions, you still can’t escape them.  They are everywhere this time of year and the world is full of helpful tips and strategies on how to help you honor those poorly thought out promises you never should have made in the first place.
Even though I loath the practice of using a new year to state a self resolution, it’s still as good as anytime to start planning for the future.  Here is my most important resolution this year…

It’s as simple as that. This year I’m going to focus on expanding my knowledge and in turn I’ll hopefully have plenty of exciting things to share with you. I’m going to read. I’m going to apply. Most important, I’m going to share things I didn’t know before hopping you too didn’t know these things. To start I’ll share something I learned at the beginning of 2012.  Resolutions are hard to keep!  Take a look at the following chart.

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Resolution Bump

This is a snapshot of January traffic to a website I monitor.  Notice what kind of traffic they get on January first?  Its almost double what they saw weeks earlier in December and then it quickly trails off.
What kind of website you ask?  …Health Club.

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