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Every new year we focus our intentions on positive changes for our health and happiness, but what about during our day to day work? If you love what you do, seeing your business succeed can bring just as much satisfaction as completing a triathlon or conquering Whole 30.

 

Our New Year’s Resolutions are useful tools for achieving our long term goals. In our day to day work and personal lives, we can become so busy that it’s hard to step back and see the bigger picture. That broader vision is crucial not only for self improvement, but for all entrepreneurs and small teams looking to make serious strides with their companies.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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crocuses be poppin tru da snow. Spring is a time of new beginnings, for your personal life and day to day work.

 

 

 

 

 

 

We’ve put together this short, fun quiz to help you identify what your New Year’s Resolutions should be for your business. It only takes a few minutes, and don’t worry, the results won’t tell you to give up gluten or chocolate. It’s just going to identify what you should do to to make your day to day work and ambitious 2019 projects more successful.

If your browser is having issues loading the quiz in FounderU, use this direct link instead. We had a blast creating this quiz! Leave a comment and let us know if you would enjoy more interactive content like this.

About the author

Tara Storozynsky

Tara Storozynsky

Tara works as a content marketer for Selz. When she’s not writing for social media and FounderU, she’s exploring the outdoors and eating donuts in the Pacific Northwest.

2 comments

  1. Cristina H

    i got add to your team i knew it! i’m looking for hiring a part time product buyer and events person this spring but also maybe a content freelancer towards the end of the year. exciting but a little scary!

    1. Tara Storozynsky Selz

      Tara Storozynsky

      Hi Cristina, glad to hear it! Taking these next steps can be a little daunting, but it sounds like you’re being very conservative by bringing on part time and freelance team members. Remember, even the biggest companies started as small teams! Thanks for reading FounderU and checking out our quiz!

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