As another year draws to a close, let’s take a minute to recall January 2010 when the year was shiny and new and anything seemed possible. We had so many good intentions to change bad habits, spend more time with family and friends, pursue a new hobby or start a new business. Many of us went so far as to make resolutions to accomplish these ideals.
For most of us, that’s as far as we got. We resolved to lose weight and then kept on eating the same foods and sticking to the same fitness plan (grocery shopping is a workout, right?) We were determined to get out of debt but that flat screen television was on clearance for just 4 easy payments and no interest for a full year! We promised our kids we would build that new model car together, but winter turned to spring and suddenly practices and games once again consumed all the available family time.
Now, there are a few of you out there that did manage to succeed in attaining your goals for 2010. If you aren’t one of them and you plan to take another shot at resolution making in 2011, it’s important to look at these resolution fulfillers and learn what sets them apart. Since every personality is different, it’s impossible to pin down a characteristic that ensures resolution success. However, there is one thing all the success stories have in common– they all took that first step that eventually lead to success— the first aerobic class, the first cessation meeting or the first draft of a business plan.
If you are an inventor, the start of a new and shiny year may be the perfect time to resolve to succeed with your invention. We invite you to take that first step to learn how to license your product for royalties with very little risk.
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