New Year’s resolutions are easy to come up with but sometimes hard to keep.
The next 10 regulations from the 31 New Year resolutions that Rich Harrington wrote up two years ago. The links will take you to his articles which contain videos discussing each resolution.
They are still excellent suggestions.
The second 10 resolutions
Diversify. Don’t put all of your eggs in one basket. It would be best if you had a safety net that you have different opportunities for revenue.
Look at software certification. Sometimes proof matters. A lot of the tools you work with offer certification programs.
Learn the exposure triangle. This is true for both photo and video, knowing the exposure triangle is essential to succeeding.
Read comic books. Here’s a simple one for you, and I’m totally serious. Visual storytelling is a compelling medium.
Go to a conference. You’re going to learn new things and open new doors. What I like about conferences is you learn new skills.
Go to museums. Learn from the past and experience the future. What’s excellent about museums is they can really open your eyes.
Take a dance class. I’m serious, absolutely serious. Take a dance class. Find the rhythm and learn to react. Dancing is a great skill. It really teaches you to be in the moment, to pick up on another person’s movement, to listen to music, and to be able to respond to stimuli.
Go outside. Today, even if it’s raining or cold, go outside and experience the world. You need to get new views.
You need to develop some rules for your business. Simple guidelines that you and if you’ve got employees or team members can follow. I’m going to tell you my three most important rules that have helped me through many business challenges.
Get a business degree or a certificate. Because knowledge is power, and I’m serious here. You can go to a community college or a night school program and quickly get this. It’s not about the name of the school or anything else.
More to come
Check back tomorrow for the last 11 New Year’s resolutions.