For the next three weeks, I’ll be away from the computer. Maesz will be blog-sitting during this time, posting articles I have written for you.
We’ll kick things off today with a guest article by Mark Taylor. Mark is a neat guy and has probably forgotten more about community building than I will ever learn. I’m unspeakably proud to get to feature his work.
Also, Rex Hammock sent me an email that the NFIB 2006 Summit is underway in Washington, D.C. through today. Rex is publishing short updates at MyBusiness Magazine, with feature-length summaries at NFIB’s page. Lots of great articles, including one from Visa on protecting yourself and your customers from credit card fraud.
Now, y’all behave nice for Maesz, and I’ll see you in a few weeks!
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- Best practices for rural housing - July 19, 2021
- How to be more open to new ideas #IdeaFriendly - July 3, 2021
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- Survey of Rural Challenges 2021 results, analysis of themes from 2015 through today - June 7, 2021
- What makes a small town a micropolitan or nanopolitan? - May 22, 2021
- Improving Rural Housing: turning blighted dilapidated houses into new homes - May 7, 2021