Romeo’s Tip of the Week: Be Realistic When Setting Goals for Yourself

Posts by Romeo, the little black dog.

Hello everyone!

I hope all of you had your Christmas wish granted! I sure did. I got a big stocking stuffed with lots of goodies, including my favorite pig ears and chew toys!

It was a great week for me, except that “Gram” has been really sick, and that worries me a lot. I hope she starts getting better real soon.

Well another week has passed, and a new one will begin; but even bigger is the fact we are about to end a whole YEAR and start a new one. It’s a time of celebration and also a time to reflect.

All in all, it’s been a really great year for me. I’ve made lots of new friends, both 2- and 4-legged, and I’ve had a lot of exciting new adventures. There have been joys and sorrows, and rises and falls for us as a country and as individuals. But we have survived it all, and most  have come out stronger for it.

This is also a time to think about the future and what we would like to
accomplish in the year 2013. We need to set small goals for ourselves to
achieve our desired end result. On a business level it may be confusing to
decide what important goals to set. The team at Little Black Dog Social
Media & More are experts at working out the best strategies to get your
business off to a great start for the year and for the future. They are a
great place for you to start.

My tip this week: Be realistic when setting goals for yourself. Setting
impossible feats is a recipe for failure, and only increases your stress

Have a SAFE and Happy New Year !!

Romeo, the little black dog

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