This post is a reflection about why celebrating one's small and big successes is important to future growth. When small business owners stop to see what they and their staff have accomplished, it both nourishes and motivates everyone to continue.


Written by HeatherStone
1057 days ago

Hi Elli,

At the end of the year, everybody looks forward, which is great, but looking back at a year of accomplishments is also useful. Otherwise, how can you be realistic and yet aggressive enough to know...really know...where to take things in the New Year? Looking back is not some pointless back-patting exercise. It's a very effective way to plan the future. Thanks for sharing on BizSugar!

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