Between the recovery from the holidays and the hustle of hitting your financial end-of-year targets on January 31, new years revenue resolutions for your business can become a 'back burner' task that just nags you all year long. 

 

In addition, planning revenue targets for 2019 can be a challenge given that 2018 was a whirlwind year with wall street riding high from Trump's tax cuts followed by plunging loses from ongoing trade wars and a highly charged political atmosphere.

 

It's no wonder that many businesses are blanching at what Forbes describes as "All Year's Resolutions" with a roller coaster ride not slated to stop until after the 2020 elections (if then).

Despite signs that the economy may be slowing, Forbes reports that "by almost every measure, 2018 was a good year for the economy. Small business optimism is high, holiday sales were the strongest in years, unemployment is low, and consumer confidence hit an 18-year high in September before tempering a bit in November." Forbes offers four small business new year's resolutions for success in 2019 that we, at Liberty wholeheartedly endorse.

 

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