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By Rieva Lesonsky

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While most people make their new year's resolutions closerto January 1, I'm going to make some now. And I'm going tosuggest you do the same. This way, you'll have time to thinkabout them, and you'll be ready to implement your resolutionsby the time the new year comes around.

Actually, this is more of a joint resolution-you entrepreneursand me. Together, we're going on a diet. No, we're notresolving to drop pounds (though that's not necessarily a badidea); we're going to lose our bad habits and our negativeattitudes and start 2003 with a new, "healthier"plan.

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