So, to be honest I usually find other people’s posts about their goals or resolutions pretty blah. I feel that writing about mine is similarly boring, but I really want to document my goals so that I can be accountable to them at the end of the year. Don’t get me wrong, I am excited for the upcoming year and eager to do some new things. In fact, I’ve already jumped in and started working on some of the things on my list.
It’s just writing this post that I’ve been procrastinating about. So, better just get it over with, so I can cross it off my ever expanding to-do list.
Here are my goals for 2013
|1. Write a blog every other week|
|2. Establish a portion of my proceeds to charity|
|4. Explore and document what I want from my business (now and long term)|
|5. Explore selling in a store|
|6. Try two new markets|
|7. Clean house – out with the old – jewelry line and ceramics|
|8. Increase my total item views on Etsy by 50%|
|9. Increase my sales $ on Etsy by 50%|
|10. Make a profit!|
|11. Explore and test new products – in with the new|
|12. Optimize my Etsy shop (photos, key words, descriptions)|
Some of these goals are repeats from last year, with some slight changes.
I scaled back on my blog postings because I wanted to be a little more realistic with what I feel like doing. That’s going to be a big theme for me this year – pay attention to what I feel like doing. I want this to be fun, not a chore. So, I’m going to try to be more aware of how certain things make me feel, so that I can increase the time I spend doing those things that make me feel good and decrease those that seem like a duty (thus the decreased goal on blog posts, since I often feel that it’s a chore rather than fun).
I think this year will be one of getting my Etsy store back on track, refining my brand while exploring new additions. In order to do this, I’m going to do some serious soul searching about what my brand is and where I want it to go.
blah, blah, blah, blah
Enough with the boring goal talk, I’m going to go do something fun!