HAMLET — Richmond Community College’s Small Business Center will host two free seminars next month — one on keeping stress at bay and the other on keeping the cash flowing.
“Cash Flow – Essential in The Survival of Your Business,” will be presented by Tim Dannelly on Nov. 7 from 6-9 p.m. at the Honeycutt Center in Laurinburg.
“Cash flow problems lead the list of causes for Small Business failure,” Dannelly said. “It can happen to good people as often as bad people. Regardless of your passion and the excellence of your product, cash flow problems can bring an unplanned end to your enterprise.”
Dannelly, author of “Selling The American Dream – How To Enjoy Making A Living As A Sales Professional,” believes business owners can maintain a positive cash flow regardless of aggressiveness of competitors or the state of the economy. He will also share simple ways to guide a business to a profitable and secure future.
On Nov. 14, Mike Collins will present “Stress and Sanity,” from 6-9 p.m. at the Cole Auditorium in Hamlet. The seminar is focused on how to help people learn how to address stress in the workplace, including how to lower stress, deciding what can and can’t be changed, how to deal with difficult people and how to better enjoy life.
“Businesses and individuals are paying a constantly growing price for the physical and emotional problems that result from chronic stress,” Collins said. “Come to this free seminar and learn the keys to managing stress in the workplace.”
Pre-registration is preferred, but walk-ins are welcome. To register, log onto tiny.cc/sbcseminars; email email@example.com or call Deborah Hardison, Small Business Center director, at 910-410-1687.