2006 Review & 2007 Goals

My 2006 goals2006 certainly was an interesting year. While we fell short in a lot of goals that we initially set, overall it was a good year and nothing to complain about. Many of the goals fell short due to us changing our focus as time went on so while we didn’t meet them, this was not necessarily a disappointment. If we can do as well in 2007 as we did in 2006, we’ll be in great shape.

We have definitely made some changes in our thinking since we initially made our goals. At one point we wanted to have 50 satellite sites live and running. While we still want a good group of sites up and running, we have realized that keeping that many updated on a consistent basis just isn’t possible


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6 Responses to 2006 Review & 2007 Goals

  1. Nagel says:


  2. vsjhoc says:

    Thank you for sharing your business strategies with us. It’s quite unusual for an enterprise to be so public about your results and your plans.

    People who are running any kind of business (on-line or not)can learn a lot from your methods and experiences, for example being flexible to change your goals if you don’t meet them (and if you don’t think you’ll have a reasonable chance to meet them).

  3. Ted says:

    Jeffrey, please contact me about the sites you would like to sell. Thanks.

  4. Steven L says:

    Great work in 2006 I wish you an even better 2007.

  5. Mike says:

    2007 will also be challenging for me as I don’t plan on working in a full-time capacity. I also plan on working on my sites while travelling.

    The hardest thing I have though is explaining to my family that my sites are a real business and what I really want to do with my life.

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