Thinking about starting a small business? Don’t know where, how, when to start? Or have you already done so, and now wonder what to do next to get more out of your business?
Those are just a couple of scenarios in which Daniel Farmer and the Randolph Community College Small Business Center can assist you.
Farmer is finishing his second year at RCC, but he’s already made a difference. Both he and the center have won awards for their work with small businesses in the community.
Have you ever thought about the hundreds of people you pass in any given day and wonder what their story is? We are in such a hustle and bustle throughout our existence that we frequently don’t even notice the person in traffic beside of us, or the person behind the register as we try to hurry through the line to get to our next destination. Continue reading Thought Bubbles→
Happiness for some people is picking strawberries and making jars of strawberry preserves to keep and to give as gifts.
Happiness for others is manning the riding lawnmower and roaring across the back forty like Mad Max in Fury Road.
For me. it was hearing about pottery starting soon at Randolph Community College. The following Monday morning, I jumped out of bed, sprinted down the hall, let my dog, Ava Gardner, out for her morning constitutional, and dialed Randolph Community College’s continuing education office. Continue reading We find things that make us very happy→
Here’s how I enjoy a Sunday afternoon in one of my herb gardens: I put on my sunscreen and straw hat. I have garden scissors and a bucket in hand. I am feeling all in-tune with nature. Then I begin to cut back some of my bigger plants. Continue reading Pinch back those herbs→