• The Chamber Weekly Blog

    A collection of articles that we believe will add value to you and your business!
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    Christina Metcalf and Edited by Babs Knowles
    Tuesday, March 15, 2022
    Cyberthreats are real now, even for small businesses. You need to budget for, invest in, and actively pursue protection. Here are some suggestions. Read more
    Christina Metcalf and Babs Knowles
    Thursday, January 13, 2022
    It's not too late to set goals. If you’re considering taking on a resolution or making some big changes in your business or yourself, consider these motivational suggestions. They’ll help you make effective use of your time and direction and assist you in building confidence in your skills in 2022. Read more
    Babs Knowles
    Thursday, August 26, 2021
    Every business owner or business decision maker faces stress. It's part of the job. Literally. But recently, due to many factors out of your control, stress on the job has become a monumental aspect of keeping businesses afloat. If you feel fatigued and are juggling responsibilities, worries, and fear like they were part of the job description, read this short article for encouragement and a helpful list of thirteen things you can implement to make your business life (and thus your personal life as well) much better, starting today. Read more
    Babs Knowles
    Wednesday, July 21, 2021
    If you think about it, all good commercials, sitcoms, movies, reality shows, and even good preachers have something in common: they tell engaging stories. Why? Because it’s relatable. It draws people in. Storytelling can take a good performance and turn it into something we think about for the rest of the day. You can do this for your business too. You can turn an average experience into something amazing when your audience knows where you are coming from with storytelling. And then, they are hooked and will follow your business because it's now become a human interest story, not just a product or service. Read more
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    Babs Knowles
    Wednesday, June 23, 2021
    Dealing with angry people during a staffing shortage is not easy, especially since one problem creates the other. People are angry because they have to wait. People have to wait because you are short staffed. No one wants to work in an environment filled with angry people. Here are some things you can do to diffuse the situation. Read more
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