Monday, January 10, 2011

2011 Goals

Last week I reviewed my 2010 goals and saw how well the year went. Now it is time to set my goals for 2011! I'm not one to make resolutions. To me those are just hopes and dreams. Goals are measurable and more specific. And, by putting them out there for everyone to read...I'm more likely to stick to them :) *Blog Posts: 3-5 posts per week. Last year my goals was to blog everyday. I enjoy blogging and I see traffic from it, but some days I just felt like I was blogging to blog. I didn't really have anything to say and I think readers can sense that. This year my goal is to have fewer posts, with more content :) *Blog Followers: 150 I know I need to promote my blog more to get this accomplished...add that to my list of goals! *Etsy Sales Goal: 150 Plan of attack...More price points and more inventory! *Etsy Hearts: 450 Total Shop Hearts Those are my specific and measurable are the rest: *Add new product lines. With the new laser cutter I'm getting at the end of the month, my head is racing with new ideas! I just have to make them all reality! *Look at more brick and mortar shops for consignment or resale. Goal: Add at least one new venue. *More shows! Last year I had to cancel a lot of my shows because work got so busy. This year I hope to plan ahead better and be more prepared for more shows :) What are your 2011 goals? Share them here or drop a link to your blog post about them. Put them in writing and share them with the world :)


  1. I agree with you about resolutions. Your goals make a lot of sense. Different price points are definitely a good idea. I'm looking forward to seeing what you come up with using your new toy.
    I do need to think of business goals and will do that and put them in writing soon. In the meantime, I'm playing catchup in several areas of my life.

  2. I wish you much success with your goals in 2011! I have goals of adding new products, reaching 250 in sales and doing more shows throughout the year. Hope I make my goals too!

  3. You inspired me last year when you posted your goals for all to see. I do think it makes a difference when you select things that are measurable and then share them for others to see. I look forward to seeing what you create with the laser cutter.

  4. your business is really booming! And it looks like the laser cutter will take you in new directions. How exciting! {:-D

  5. Edi, I like your goals! Very specific. BTW: I'm following your blog now:)


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