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Welcome to 2019. January may be late for new year resolutions but we’ve been reflecting on last year to help set personal and business plans for 2019. Perhaps ponder on these two questions:
1) What will you do less of this year that you did too much of last year?
2) What do you want to do this year that you didn’t do last year?
Answers to the first question make time to do the answers to the second. Of course every individual’s and every company’s answers will be different but here are some suggestions to help kick start industrial suppliers thinking.
What will you do less of this year that you did too much of last year?
Some example suggestions:
What do you want to do this year that you didn’t do last year?
Fundamentally, in 2019, do you want to be the disruptor or disruptee in your industry, market or niche? Will you go after what you want or will you hope it’ll come to you? As they say, “hope is not a strategy!” and obviously, as a technology company we are biased to action and being disruptors. That said, here are a few examples you might think about:
That brings us back to the late Anthony Bourdain’s quote in the picture above:
“Without experimentation, a willingness to ask questions and try new things, we shall surely become static, repetitive, moribund.”
You can read the 2019 forecasts here and they look very promising for industrial suppliers. However we recommend taking a little time to reflect on and answer the two questions above because your answers may help your 2019 go even better!
As the links above show we’ve written about many of these subjects over the last year but, as always, our conclusions and recommendations in them aren’t comprehensive. We weren’t trying to have the last word, just start a conversation. So please share your comments below or, if you’d like our opinion on your use of industrial digital marketing online (our specialism) please call us or click either button below.
Happy New Year and we hope it will be very successful.