Rural Revival is hosting a dream-chasing mastermind retreat, and invited me to be part of the program.
About the retreat:
Let’s chase your dreams! This is a place for rural business owners to come together and learn from each other, tackle challenges, inspire new ideas - and create a roadmap to make sure your dreams don’t get lost in the day-to-day life of entrepreneurship! Check out details here. We’d love to have you join us!
It’s the official last day of winter (amen!) and we’re celebrating with a new class of Ruralists. Like those who have come before, we’re showcasing top-shelf representatives of rural living. From coast-to-coast, we’ve hit the gravel, the internet, and our Rolodexes to find those a bit off the beaten path who you should know.
These dreamers and doers who are evoking positive change in their rural communities. From launching non-profits to establishing mobile businesses to outmaneuver the limitations of small-town brick and mortar buildings, this class encompasses all that is wonderful about rural America.
Our goal by highlighting these honorable rural citizens is that their goods might inspire other good deeds therefore elevating the goodness to every crevice and corner of rural America.
Experience a wide variety of breakout sessions and keynote presentations that were hand-selected to educate and inspire attendees. Notable speakers/topics include:
Meredith Cobb, Benton County Farm Bureau/Award-winning farm-to-fork dinner
Polly Dobbs, Dobbs Legal Group/Succession planning for the family farm
Heather Tallman, Indiana Grown/Program possibilities for your farm or agribusiness
Pat Wolff, AFBF/Policy Updated and the Political Climate in Washington
Brooke Clay, Rural Gone Urban/Branding and Social Media Strategies
Paula Linthicum/Making the Consumer Connection
Sherry Saylor, AFBF Women's Leadership Committee/Important role women play in agriculture
Register on the INFB.org website at the Ticket URL.
Regardless of timezone, zip code, or area code, dreamers and doers are evoking positive change in their rural communities.
Throw hashtags, follower count, and popularity contests to the wayside. We're shining the spotlight on top-shelf representatives of rural living.
Introducing ... The Ruralist.