The half-way point… Why conduct a mid-year review at the half-way point of 2023?

Why conduct a mid-year review at the half-way point of 2023?
Why conduct a mid-year review at the half-way point of 2023?

The half-way point of the year is here! Now is an opportune moment to evaluate how far you’ve come and where you want to be by the end of the year.

So, let’s reflect on the progress you’ve made so far in 2023.

Today’s episode will give you clarity and actionable insights to shape the rest of your year.

Let’s dive in and unlock the strategies you need to thrive in 2023 and beyond. 🤗

Check out this week’s episode now! And subscribe to get more episodes like this one! 🙂

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Which marketing activities have generated the most leads? How do you know?

Mark Garrett Hayes – Why conduct a mid-year review at the half-way point of 2023?

What clarity can a mid-year review bring?

A mid-year review focuses your mind.

Thinking of small things you can do differently to your processes, procedures, structure, and financing will help you.

What you don’t want to do is start at the end of August and then wish you’d taken some time to review things.

So carve out some time to think about where you want to be in the rest of 2023, and how you’re going to get there.

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Why conduct a mid-year review at the half-way point of 2023? – Mark Garrett Hayes

Letting go of certain clients can be a tough decision, but it may be necessary for your growth.

Mark Garrett Hayes – Why conduct a mid-year review at the half-way point of 2023?

Are you scared to let go of difficult clients?

Inevitably, some clients are not as much fun to work with as others. Perhaps they’re consuming too much of your time.

There’s this funny dynamic whereby, very often, the people who are the hardest to work for are the least profitable.

So, you might want to look at that. Are there clients you could move away from that will allow you to grow in the rest of 2023? Can you afford that?

If you look at your clients, where is that client base? Are they down below? Are they up top? Are the high-paying clients that you want to remove? Are they low-paying clients?

It’s a tough decision to make.

Sometimes letting go of clients is difficult, as we all fear losing business by saying goodbye to particular clients.


But when I’ve done that I’ve felt better.

New opportunities will likely surface that may end up being more worth your while
” ⬅️

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Why conduct a mid-year review at the half-way point of 2023? – Mark Garrett Hayes

Take-aways you do not want to miss 👇

  • How to increase profits and reduce costs
  • Figuring out what your relationship goals are
  • Ways to deepen your existing relationships
  • How to review what has worked well for you this year
  • The role AI will play in businesses like yours
  • Why you need to think now about the investment you want to make
  • Questions to ask yourself to figure out your top goals

Some resources for you

LinkedIn Learning: Access to potential buyers for marketing courses

Udemy: A platform to sell learning programs

My LinkedIn: Connect with me

My Book: Sales Coaching Essentials

Check out the episode today!

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