Business boot camp to focus on busy-ness

HAMLET — Are you overwhelmed by the process of building your business? Are you constantly distracted from getting the important stuff done in your business?

The Small Business Center of Richmond Community College will host a “Business Boot Camp” from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday at the Cole Auditorium in Hamlet to address those issues. The seminar, which will be led by Michael Robert Moore, will be conducted free of charge.

Michael Robert Moore

Michael Robert Moore

“In this seminar, we will be discussing a simple system new and existing entrepreneurs and business owners can implement to conquer overwhelm and distractions in their business,” said Moore. “This will allow them to break away from traditional methods that lead to such high failure rates so they can build a business of significance.”

Moore added the seminar focuses on two important points for those experiencing the frustrations of starting or growing a business:

1) You’re not alone.

2) It doesn’t have to be this way.

“There’s a reason why you’re ‘busy’ but not getting the important stuff done in your business – and there’s a simple fix for it,” Moore says. “The process has been overcomplicated. I am obsessed with simplifying the over complicated process of starting, growing, and reinventing your business.”

As a former serial entrepreneur, Moore says he knows what it’s like to be frustrated to the point of paralysis. That’s why he created this training program. These are the same strategies he teaches thousands of people in the programs he creates for some of the largest institutions in the country.

Pre-registration for the seminar may be completed online at tiny.cc/sbcseminars or via email or phone by contacting Small Business Center Director Deborah Hardison at ddhardisond@richmondcc.edu or 910-410-1687. Pre-registration preferred but walk-ins are welcome.

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