The true 1% is not measured by wealth. The true 1% is not measured by what they drive or where their kids go to school. The true 1% is not measured by the size of their houses or where they vacation.
Random pictures from Vintage Market Days at the Fort Bend County Fairgrounds last weekend.
No job is safe anymore. What are you going to do?
There is a saying in the military that the best thought out plans don’t survive contact with the enemy. Even though we don’t see our customers and markets as “the enemy”, our plans often don’t work out as expected.
Without a doubt, the food is the best fringe benefit of being a vendor.
One of the things that is constantly a challenge when building a small business is finding out what you don’t know. Even selling at a farmer’s market or a craft show introduces all of us to new situations and technologies that we may not have the skills for. This could be as basic as not…
Developing your logo can be one of the most important decisions you make regarding your business in the long-term. Over time your customers recognize your logo and your brand. Since you are doing such a good job, this is a great thing!
“Art is making something out of nothing and selling it“ -Frank Zappa