New Year’s resolutions are the new Santa Claus: They’re a nice idea, fun to contemplate, but we all know they don’t really exist. By day seven of the new year, resolutions have fallen by the wayside. So, why write an article about New Year’s resolutions for your marketing?

Because “resolution” isn’t just something you make in December (and break in January); it also means courage, dauntlessness, steadfastness and staying power—among other qualities many professionals would like to ascribe to their marketing and business development. With those meanings in mind, here are some marketing “resolutions” to stick to in 2016.

Resolve to ‘calendarize’

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