I’m not even kidding… the cutie UPS guy just makes my day… There are two regulars. I’ve never seen one of them smile (whisper a prayer) and the other one is bouncy and full of the spirit of joyful service. Maybe one day I can squeeze him into a selfie. I call him “brown.” ha ha… anyway, back to my assignment…
WATCH WHAT HAPPENS IF YOU REPLACE THE WORD “community” WITH THE WORD “business” IN THE GOVENOR’s INVITATION BELOW. Just beautiful.
My challenge (assignment) is to listen for resources and opportunities from the perspective of the character builder business owner/wanter. This can spark ideas of ways to add value to the lives of a local or global community and GET PAID .
Next, I think about stuff and let my imagination do that fireworks thing. Then connect dots and apply PMBOK (project management body of knowledge) principles to create step-by-step systems to reach organized, planned goals. Shew… clarity is a beautiful thing. #chimein – ḭ ḶṏṼḕ ẏṏṳ Here goes…
“Is your community ready to compete for business in today’s global economy? Are you aware of all the tools available to help you prepare your community for growth?
Governor McCrory and N.C. Commerce, working with the North Carolina General Assembly recently enhanced the state’s economic development tools. At the NC Competes for Jobs Tour, you’ll learn how to apply N.C. Commerce’s resources and experts in your community.”
Attend to learn more about:
* Grants and loans available for local economic development
* Available assistance to plan and build local infrastructure, water and sewer
* Finding and training local workers, using the state’s NCWorks system
* Changes in the state’s tax rates
* Our N.C. Commerce team, and how to contact the right people who can help
John E. Skvarla, III
N.C. Secretary of Commerce
Dr. Patricia Mitchell CEcD
Asst. Secretary, Rural Development
Asst. Secretary, Workforce Solutions
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