Everybody is beginning to wear down.
It’s been a hard year emotionally, economically and physically.
Given this fact, there are some issues that you need to be aware of, says Aurik Business Accelerator founder Pavlo Phitidis:
Not forgetting what you experienced in 2018.
Locking and loading 2019 before winding down.
Focus on delivery - not deals - to secure references for 2019.
Differentiate between a holiday break and a momentum break.
- Change your leadership.
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