Let’s start listing reasons that it’s better to be in a small town or rural setting, rather than the big city.
Here’s Number 1: We don’t have a rush hour. We have a rush moment. (Attribute that one to Maesz.) That’s why the NFIB’s tips on “Driving Stress From Your Daily Commute” was good for a laugh today.
[small biz] [rural] [entrepreneurship]
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- Survey of Rural Challenges 2023 results - May 8, 2023
- Rural and small town ideas from the OU Placemaking Conference IQC 2023 - April 5, 2023
- Rural tourism trends say small towns are still cool - March 27, 2023
- Move Your Money and Bank Local - March 22, 2023
- Using a building as a warehouse or storage in a small town? Put up a sign - March 13, 2023
- How to get customers in the door of small town and rural retail stores - February 19, 2023
- Check your small business website for outdated pandemic changes, missing info - January 31, 2023
- Rural Tourism Trend: electric vehicle chargers can drive visitors - January 15, 2023
- 2023 trends for rural and small town businesses - December 26, 2022
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