The Bottom Line

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Ahh, the New Year’s Resolution.  So quick we promise, and so soon we forget.  Why?  According to a survey conducted by coaching and training firm Gail Kasper LLC, less than half of those surveyed even bothered making resolutions and of those, only 21% had some kind of plan.  The value of writing down resolutions and a plan to achieve them is clear: research published several years ago in the Journal of Clinical Psychology found that by July, those who made resolutions in January were 10 times more likely than non-resolvers to be successful in achieving what they wanted.

THE BOTTOM LINE – What’s your plan to further your arts business in the New Year?