Was 2014 a good year for business? Maybe you increased your customer base in 2014 or maybe business was the same or a bit slower. Depending on the part of the country you are in, and your customer's socioeconomic situation, things may have been good or bad.
However your business did in 2014, it's a good time to reflect on the goals you set for yourself and your business at the beginning of 2014 and re-evaluate strategies for 2015.
Setting Goals for 2015
It can be challenging, especially for smaller businesses, to set aside time to plan for the upcoming year. We often get so wound up in the day-to-day operations of running classes, paying our bills and interacting with customers, that we don't take time to really think about our goals for our businesses and how to accomplish those goals. Here are just a few ideas to get your brain cells fired up for 2015:
Most of all, don't get complacent with "business as usual." Keep things fresh and moving. Your competitors aren't standing still!
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Just in time for the holiday, we thought it would be fun to post one of our favorite recipes that is not only good for the holiday, but year-round. This version of the cranberry recipe is one of my favorites. I love it with turkey or ham, on a sandwich, or even spread on salmon.
Fresh Cranberry Relish
Peel a one-inch section of the fresh ginger root and then slice into four thick discs. Wash the orange and zest approximately 2 Tbsps. of the skin–avoiding white pith. Cut the orange in half and juice. Add the zest, juice, water, sugar and ginger to a medium saucepan on medium heat. Stir to incorporate the sugar. Once the mixture gets hot, add the washed cranberries and increase heat to med-high. Cranberries will begin to "pop" as they get hot. Stir occasionally and cook for approximately 10 minutes. You can partially cover the pot or use a screen to prevent splashes. Cook until all or most of the berries have popped open. Cook less for a chunkier version, longer for a smoother version. Allow to cool. Can be stored in the refrigerator for several weeks in an airtight container.
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