Created on January 2, 2014
Looking for New Year's resolutions for your business. No business, or business owner, is perfect, and there is always room for improvement. In case you missed it, here are 10 top articles on business resolutions to help you grow your business.
10 small-business resolutions for the new year 
What could you do to make your small business better in 2014? Let these New Year's Resolutions from small-business owners and managers in the Shreveport, La., area inspire you to get started on a more prosperous 2014.
11 New Year's Resolutions You Can Actually Keep 
Because after 2013, well, let's just say we all need more realistic targets this time around. What's the last New Year's resolution you actually kept? If you're better than us and have cut down on your spending, effectively managed stress, or lost ten pounds and actually used that gym membership, than you need not read any further. For the rest of us, we're going to try and make things a bit more manageable.
10 Employee Management Resolutions 
Learn how to manage, motivate and encourage your employees to help make your business more successful. As an entrepreneur, the responsibility for the success of your organization falls on your shoulders--but the burden is not yours alone. You hired highly skilled employees. They are your most essential assets and are fundamental to the profitability and viability of your company. You need to enlist their help to succeed.
A New Year's social media resolution 
For many of us, a new year means hitting the refresh button and starting anew. We make personal and professional goals, hoping that come Jan. 1, 2015, our New Year's resolutions have been accomplished. For businesses, this could mean anything from improving ROI to smarter hiring. As we sit down and reflect on what we want to accomplish in 2014, here's why you should consider adding social media to your company's New Year’s resolution list.
Top 10 New Year's Resolutions for Small Business Owners 
As humans, we’re continually looking to improve and advance. Whether it’s trying to eat better, to quit smoking once and for all, to spend less money, or to spend more time with family and friends, we formally or informally create our own goals — optimistic that we’ll stick to them this year. In this light, I’ve assembled my top 10 New Year's resolutions for the small business owner.
For New Year's, Entrepreneur.com Gives You Our Ultimate Startup Toolkit 
Is 2014 the year you finally put your innovation and entrepreneurial drive to work and start your own business?
Come on, admit it. You've toyed with the thought for a while. You had a business idea that was just a seed a month ago, but now has grown into something you believe can actually work.
New Year’s Resolutions: Small Business Edition 
Since personal New Year’s resolutions tend to get all the attention, we thought we’d share a few focused on small business. After all, for most entrepreneurs, the line between personal and business was blurred ages ago! So without further ado, here are a handful of New Year’s resolutions—small business style….
5 New Year’s Resolutions Every Entrepreneur Should Make 
There’s less than 48 hours left in 2013, which means many entrepreneurs are already preparing for the New Year. Before you head back to the office, however, take some time to really think about what you want out of 2014. Here are just a few of the New Year’s Resolutions every successful entrepreneur should make.
7 New Year's Resolutions for Entrepreneurs 
This year at midnight, kiss your bad business habits goodbye and vow to achieve more in 2014. Repeat after me. This year, I resolve to...
10 Tech Trends for 2014: What Awaits Small Businesses 
Technology changes quickly. Just when you think you have the latest technology solution for your business, something newer and better is being touted as the "next big thing." Nonetheless, the idea is the same: it's not about adopting all the hottest tech available, but rather about keeping up with the latest trends, to stay informed and keep ahead. As 2013 draws to an end, here are business tech trend forecasts that will matter the most to you in 2014.