I’m not a big holiday person.
Halloween…my least favorite day of the year.
Valentines day?  Thursday.
St Patricks day?  Huh?

I’m just not a big celebration kind of guy. I just can’t get into it.

For me, the only reason I even know Chinese New Year is happening is because of my team in the Philippines.  It’s a big deal for a lot of them.

Chinese New Year falls on February 1, a Tuesday this year. It’s a “special holiday” in the Philippines, so people will still work. Some might take it off…but most won’t.

If you have workers who are Filipino Chinese or of Chinese descent, you can wish them a Happy New Year.

This year it’s the Year of the Water Tiger.
The weird thing about Chinese Horoscopes is your sign is considered your unlucky year. Like, if you’re born in the Year of the Tiger (1926, 1938, 1950, 1962, 1974, 1986, 1998 or 2010), 2022 will be a tough year for you. But for everybody, this could be their best year ever.

Again…something I really can’t get into…

Plus…what about everyone else in 2020?  That wasn’t everyones birth year and wasn’t it the worst year in history…for almost everybody?

The best way to have a good year, regardless of when you’re born, is to do what you can to make it possible.

Like making a change in your business. If you’re tired that your business isn’t growing, stop working in your business and start running it. If you’re tired of doing everything, get help and hire an OFS.

If you’ve never done it before, spend 4 minutes and read this:

If you’ve done it and you’re procrastinating hiring the next person, please respond and tell me why.