New Year’s Tips Posted

I have posted my most recent Pragmatic Manager newsletter on my site. Read Johanna’s 2014 New Years Tips.

I have a question for you. I send the newsletter to my subscribers the last week of the year. I call them “this-year” tips. Some people ask me if I mean “the next year”. I don’t because it’s this year. Is this confusing? Should I rename my end-of-the-year tips? Thanks for your feedback.

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  1. Dave Gordon

    As Buckaroo Banzai so famously noted, “No matter where you go, there you are.” You don’t even have to stretch it to the eighth dimension to apply the same principle to time: it’s always this year.

    Happy This Year!

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    • johanna

      Dave, I like it! Thanks for giving me a chuckle in the morning.

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  2. Walter Underwood

    How about “Tips for 2015”. That makes sense whether you read them in late 2014 or early 2015.

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    • johanna

      Walter, that would work. Thank you. Now, all I have to do is remember that for December 🙂

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