The big news in tech has been the election.
It’s been a year of political turmoil, and it’s been the time of year when news has really been the story.
That’s because news is what matters most to the people that make our world work.
That includes you.
The year is now a time of reckoning, as you are now in charge of making sure your company and your country’s economy continue to grow.
It was only a matter of time until you found out what those things are, because that is the key to the future you are fighting for.
That said, as the new year begins, you have some important questions to ask yourself.1.
Who is in charge?
What is your job?
What are the major companies in your company?
Are you part of the top-ranked company?
Are you part in the bottom-ranked companies?
Who are your competitors?
What industries do you sell to?
What technologies do you rely on?
Are the companies in these industries paying you a fair wage?
Are there any government regulations that are hurting your company or your company’s bottom line?2.
What does this mean for me?
Are my coworkers doing the right thing?
What kinds of policies are being put in place to ensure that employees are treated fairly?
Is this just an “economic downturn” or are there any issues that are affecting your bottom line or how your company is doing?3.
What’s the future?
The biggest question you will need to ask is what your future looks like.
Are you still growing at the rate you are today?
Are the companies that you work for paying you fairly?
Are they offering the kinds of benefits you are looking for?
Are government regulations or government policies hurting your bottom lines or how you are doing?
Are there any new taxes or fees you are having to pay to get by?
Are businesses paying you more money?
Are your competitors paying you less money?
Do you have enough cash on hand to pay for all of the things that you need to do?
Are companies paying you well?
Are workers getting the benefits that they are entitled to?
Are consumers getting a fair deal?
Are other industries paying more for the things you are buying?
Are government regulations hurting your profit margins?4.
How do I prepare?
Do I know my company’s goals?
Do the things I need to know to be successful?
Do I know how to plan?
What do I need help with?5.
What are the best practices for keeping my head above water?
Do all my decisions make sense?
Do these things help me make my best decisions?
Do these things keep me focused?
Do they make me a better person?6.
What should I look for in a CEO?
Do people need to be told what they should do?
Do CEOs have to tell people what they can and can’t do?
If they don’t, what are they supposed to tell you?7.
What do I look forward to next year?
How will I prepare myself for the next six months?
Will my family be better off?
Are I prepared for what my next step will be?8.
Are there anything I need done right now?
Is there a way I can help out?
How do I take care of myself?
Do there really need to ever be a new CEO?
Are we all just like me?
Is the way I am thinking about the world and the decisions I make just fine?
Will I be able to deal with the things we all have to deal and how we all react?9.
Is there a lot more to this?
What can I expect from my next CEO?
Will you be able make the next billion dollars or do you need more time to make that?10.
Will the world continue to change for the better?
Are some of the problems I face now just temporary?
What could you do differently in your future?
What would you do to make sure your future is better?
How can I get a better understanding of the issues that will affect my business?
What steps can I take to improve my company?11.
Is this going to be my last year at my company or will I have another chance to go to work in the year ahead?
Do your friends and family know you?
Will they have the confidence to support you?
Can I find someone who shares your values?12.
What can I do to help you stay focused?
Are any of your friends or family doing anything to support or inspire you?
What advice would you give to others considering leaving your current job?
Is your company doing enough to make you feel like you have a purpose in life?
What’s your advice for those who have left a job?
Are those who leave job after job leaving behind a legacy?
What other steps should I take?
What should I expect in a new boss?
What if I need more help?
Can a good boss help me stay focused and motivated?13.
What is your opinion on the president-elect?Are Trump