BlackBusinessList.Com has launched some new digital services that are priced to help entrepreneurs deal with the financial impacts of the COVID-19 global pandemic.
The new services are all set on a "monthly" plan and do not have a set-up fee. This makes it real easy and simple for business owners to get essential services such as: Print and Graphic Design, Social Media Marketing, Web Design, and Video Production.
The prices for the services are:
There are no setup fees for any of the services. Interested business owners can get started by simply starting the monthly payment. There are no contracts and the services can be cancelled at any time.
The services are being offered in coordination with Stephen Wicks Internet Development Company. Learn more at www.StephenWicks.com
AWARD -WINNING CHILD CARE PROVIDER OFFERS HELPFUL “SURVIVE AND THRIVE” TIPS FOR PARENTS AMID COVID-19 CRISIS
“I decided to share these ‘survive and thrive’ tips because I’ve worked closely with families of small children for over 20 years and if this is an uncertain time for us as adults, just think about how our children are feeling,” says Risby, a certified family life educator. “They are just as scared and just as overwhelmed and parents need to try as much as possible to help them not only understand what is going on, but to feel more in control as we all work to process the drastic changes taking place in our homes and around the country,” she said.
The founder of LaFarris, Inc., Risby, shares both her personal/professional expertise and experiences with others to help them overcome their challenges with finding direction, purpose and success in life and business. An alumnus of the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Business Program, a prestigious small business development program, Risby shares her expertise via coaching childcare owners and directors on successful operations and providing families with quality resources for education and empowerment. She also offers training to companies around the country on a variety of topics, including health, parenting, and family-related programs
The author of the newly released book, “Dare to Dream,” Risby was recently named among some of the world’s top women entrepreneurs for Enterprising Women Magazine. She offered her tips as part of her Brown Bag Parenting series of articles. Her “survive and thrive” strategies include constant communication via daily family briefings to ensure children understand the significance of what is taking place around them and to allay any fears they may have.
In addition, Risby recommends turning the situation into teachable moments for both children and parents; training older children to assist with efficient household operations while both school work and parent’s jobs are all happening within confines of the home; and parents helping to make the extended time together both therapeutic and fun whenever possible by encouraging journaling, creating videos and documenting family stories and comments about their experiences during this time, for posterity.
Finally, Risby strongly encourages parents to remember to be loving, flexible, communicative and compassionate towards themselves and their children, during this very challenging time for families around the country and around the world.
“This is a history-making moment in all our lives, which may become our new normal,” shared Risby. “However, we have the unique opportunity to learn some significant lessons about our faith, ourselves and our communities, which could help our families to grow closer, be stronger and be better prepared for success in whatever lies ahead,” she said.
For more information about LaFarris Risby, go to www.lafarrisrisby.com or email her at LaFarris@gmail.com.
The Coronavirus (COVID-19) is affecting businesses not only in the United States, but around the world. How is your business dealing with this pandemic? Do you have adequate policies and procedures in place? Do you have a plan to keep your customers/clients and and employees safe? There are many resources available for business owners. We have a list of a few that can help you navigate this challenging public health emergency.
Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions that are not addressed by the resources listed.
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UjamaaCon 2019 was held on Sunday, December 29, 2019. The day was filled with business owners and community members who came together to celebrate the Kwanzaa day of "Ujamaa."
You can see a few photos of the event below and you can see video that was recorded live on the UjamaaCon video channel.
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