What have you done for the people who have supported your business this year? Hopefully as a minimum you'll have paid them on time and in full.
But how else have you shown how grateful you are for the great work they've done, or for the fact that they were reliable, or that they put themselves out when you needed them?
Christmas is a great time to do just that...to surprise people with a little thank you gift, or even a card.
It doesn't have to be a major deal. In fact, a little thoughtful gift, or a card with just a few generous words, will go a lot further to cement your relationship than cash ever could.
Think about those people who you may have taken for granted this year, but without whom you may have struggled. You still have a few days left before the big day. Surprise them!
As for me...I'm going to practise what I preach and offer you not one, but two Christmas gifts.
The first is a short report I've been sharing on social media for the last few days...The McFreedom Report
Download your free report to learn "How a teenager could run your business and deliver exceptional standards with more consistency than you do now"
The second is my book Process to Profit, which will be free on Kindle until midnight on Sunday 21st December.
Process to Profit gives you the 'how to' for systemising your business and building a high performing team - a blueprint for growth and success in your business.
These are both unconditional Christmas gifts to you to thank you for reading my Friday Frog Blog every week. You deserve a little surprise or two just for that!
Hope you enjoy them...and if you do it would be great to get your feedback, either as an Amazon review or in the FB comments section below this post :)
Until then...I wish you a fabulous, fun and turkey-filled Christmas, and I look forward to seeing you in the New Year. 2015 is going to be our best year yet!
For more information on how MPL can help you visit www.mariannepage.co.uk or contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org
Marianne is the author of three books, and is currently working on her fourth, whilst regularly writing her blog, we hope you enjoy it :-)