2020 was a year where it felt like we were constantly planning for the unknown, especially in business. Trying to be prepared for something that we’ve never seen before isn’t exactly the easiest thing to do. Through it all this year has actually taught us a lot- whether we wanted to learn it or not. I had the opportunity to pull on some of those lessons to make a 7 point year end checklist for the Grand Rapids Business Journal. These 7 points are meant to help you prepare for a new year and make your load lighter.

  • Make a prep file for grants
  • Have a plan to go virtual
  • Identify new pain points
  • Perform a SWOT analysis
  • Take inventory of your systems
  • Learn from the shutdown
  • Celebrate your success

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Hope to see you in 2021,


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