Something new: 4 approaches you can takeArticle added by Michael Goldberg on January 5, 2017
Michael Goldberg

Michael Goldberg

Jackson, NJ

Joined: August 21, 2010

What will be your something new?

Nothing like something new!   

New shoes. New jacket. New car. And that new car smell! New home. New  dog. New baby.    New relationship.   

The iPhone 7 plus plus plus! New boxing gloves. Gym membership.  Magazine subscription. Snapchat account. Website. Marketing. Branding.  Platform. Product. Offering. Goals. Outlook. Habits. Perspective. Momentum.  LinkedIn profile. New restaurant in town.   

The DOL Fiduciary Ruling. A brand new U.S. President introducing  newfangled people and ideas to the political landscape that may pretty much  change things forever.   

And then there’s the Jet’s new quarterback but that’s a different story  for a different day. 

  New job! New client! (And that new client smell.)   

There’s something exciting about something new. Especially after a  tough year. Or tough couple of years. With the holiday’s right around the  corner and facing another New Year, it’s time to bring in the new! And bring  out the old.   

If you’re into that sort of thing.   

Here are 4 approaches you can take right now to offer in the new.   

A New Marketplace   

Do you have a target market? If so, great! It may be time to focus on  another marketplace. If you don’t have one, this may be the time to discover,  establish, or create a new pond to fish in. Who do you serve best and therefore  wish to serve most? Or who should you serve best and therefore serve most? Be  specific! What industry, profession, marketplace, niche, dynamic, demographic,  and geography needs your services? Wouldn’t it be exciting to find out? When  you do, meet the right people
A New Business Group   

Chambers, networking groups, professional associations, regional  groups, industry meetings, and service clubs. You may be active in a group  already (or not!) but it’s a great time to get involved with some new  challenges while meeting a new cast of characters. Mixers, clubs, groups,  organizations, chapters, cells, gatherings, communities, sessions, meet ups,  there are plenty of them out there! Think of the new people you will meet, the  new experiences you will have, and the new opportunities that will present  themselves. Hey, why not start your own?   

A New Aspect to Your Work   

A new product. Service. Online platform. Book. Manual. Program.  Initiative. Process. Employee. Partner. Funding. Revenue stream. If you were to  wave a magic wand over your business or job, what would you change if you  could? What would make the fastest positive impact in your world? Is there  something in place that doesn’t work but it’s there anyway? Maybe it’s time to  throw out the bath water and start a new business or land that new job.   

A New Activity   

I know it’s cliché, but join a gym. Or yacht club. Bowling league.  Chess team. Book club. Runners group. Cycling club. Or maybe it is a gym but  one that offers group classes that you have to lock in and pay for quarterly  (or annually) so you can’t back out. Becoming active in a group that forces you  to do something is healthy, fun, builds confidence, establishes friendships,  and helps to create energy when it comes time to focus on the work stuff. Find  your thing! Just don’t quit after a month like everyone else does. Stick with  it. Create new habits. It could change your life.   

I’m taking all of these approaches myself. And progress continues.   

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