3 Speedy Ways to Wrap Up 2011 and Get a Grip on 2012

It’s time to tie a bow around 2011 and prepare for 2012 by organizing your systems.

The ideas here should take you less than 1 hour, and they will bring peace of mind to your New Year.

Janice McDonald collage - Time Flies

©2004 Janice McDonald, Time Flies. Found paper collage on cradled wood panel, 12 x 12 x 1 inches.

1. Update the copyright notices on your website, blog, and newsletter.

2. Make 2012 folders for the paper files and e-files you organize by date.

3. Practice writing 2012. Pull out your checkbooks (if you still use them!) and write 2012 on a bunch of new checks.

Bonus #4: Join the Blast Off class. I’ll help you start the New Year with a bang in this online class that begins January 11.

How are you wrapping up 2011?

This post is an excerpt from today’s Art Marketing Action newsletter, which includes further explanation of these three points. If you don’t receive the newsletter already, you can subscribe by January 4 and get the current edition delivered to your inbox.
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