Yolofsky Law - December 2019


www. yol of sky l aw. com (305) 702-8250 DECEMBER 2019

From the Yolofsky Office

In the inimitable words of countless Warner Bros.

characters, “That’s all folks!”The countdown to the end of 2019 is upon us, and it has gone by quickly. Did anyone get the license plate of the year that just passed? For us at Yolofsky Law, it’s been a remarkable year. Our practice and team grew and we’ve learned an enormous amount. The questions and problems our network brings to us have increased in complexity. Solving those problems is one of the most rewarding parts of this practice. We’re looking forward to an even stronger 2020. How about you? Was your year what you planned it to be? Will you improve or grow in 2020? What goals will you set for yourself? Before we close out the newsletter for 2019, please make sure you step away from the office, put down the phone, and give 100% of your attention to your loved ones. Go on a family adventure. Smell the roses and smile.

The end of another year is rapidly approaching, and we sincerely hope all your business endeavors have been fruitful and promising. But if your business has been struggling to climb out of the red, then the end of the year is a great time to consider changing up your operations. Change can be unsettling to think about, and it takes hard work to achieve, but it’s a necessary step toward keeping your business growing. Here are some essential steps to get the ball rolling so you can start fresh in the new year. DEFINE YOUR GOALS Before you spend any time or money on implementing changes, you need to know what results you’re aiming for. Having clear-cut goals in mind, whether it’s one or a dozen, will set the stage for change. Spend time examining what your business needs to be more successful. If you know where you need to end up, it’ll be easier to figure out how to get there. DECIDE ON CHANGES Once you’ve got your goals in place, it’s time to figure out how best to achieve them. Don’t fall into the same patterns you’ve been following — that’s what got you here in the first place. Old habits don’t lead to new results. Consider re-assigning roles to employees, changing your management systems, or exploring new clientele and opportunities. Keep in mind what’s best for your bottom line and the longevity of your business.

From AJ, Veronica, Anna, and Mitch, best wishes for the new year! Until 2020!

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