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12 Lessons While Nearing the End of the Road

There comes a point in life where there is no tomorrow, only yesterdays.  A time where we remember the past knowing our future is limited.  It can be a time of deep reflection, and that is the case with my friend, Bill Shearon. I met Bill about 15 years ago during my work with the ... 12 Lessons While Nearing the End of the Road...Read More

By Rick Bisio | Posted August 11, 2020

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Own a franchise

8 Top Qualities for Franchisees

According to franchise coach and longtime franchisee Joel Libava, aka "The Franchise King," there is a set of personality characteristics that is more suited to franchising than others. "It’s so important for people to figure out before they even start looking around if they are really right for franchising," he tells Entrepreneur.com. Personality traits have 8 Top Qualities for Franchisees

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By Suzanne Musial | Posted May 9, 2016

Become a franchisee

Why Introverts Make Great Franchisees

There is a prolific stereotype that in order to be a successful business owner, you have to be a gregarious and assertive extrovert. To the contrary, not only do introverts make great managers, the unique qualities that introverts possess allow them to excel as leaders in their field. Operating your own franchise requires dedication, commitment, Why Introverts Make Great Franchisees

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By Suzanne Musial | Posted May 5, 2016

Top 10 franchises

The Top 10 Franchises for 2016

Deciding on which franchise to buy can seem like a daunting task. It can take hours upon hours of research to narrow down the right opportunity, which is why we do the legwork for you with our annual Top 100 List where we identify franchises with strong growth potential and proven track records that are The Top 10 Franchises for 2016

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By Suzanne Musial | Posted April 12, 2016

3 steps to success

Success in Three Easy Steps

As a Franchise Coach, I mainly deal with entrepreneurs and people who want to run their own business. I am commonly asked share my “secrets” to success. If you Google “secrets to success”, you’ll get 145 million responses in about two-thirds of a second! Moreover, this is such a popular search term that Google has Success in Three Easy Steps

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By Rick Bisio | Posted March 21, 2016

Courage and fear

The Key to Success: Courage & Fear

Many future entrepreneurs dream of success, and the financial and personal rewards often associated with success. These would-be entrepreneurs buy and read countless “self-help” books and articles designed to guide or point them in the right direction. But in the end, the answer is not in books or articles.  The magic ingredient is you. As The Key to Success: Courage & Fear

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By Rick Bisio | Posted March 8, 2016

Tutoring franchises

How Franchises Are Changing Education

Over the last 20 years, education franchises have exploded from a handful of tutoring and lesson-giving franchises to dozens if not hundreds of different franchises that are changing the ways kids and adults learn inside and outside the traditional classroom. Although some of the largest education franchises, like Sylvan Learning Centers, Huntington Learning Centers and How Franchises Are Changing Education

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By Suzanne Musial | Posted February 17, 2016

Be your own boss

Franchising vs. Entrepreneurship: How to Get All the Benefits Without the Risks

Franchising and Entrepreneurship are two different business concepts that share many facets and aspects, even though they also have significant differences. This article will explore both and explain the advantages to be gained from the franchise business model. The Entrepreneur Model Of course, there are many different entrepreneurial models of business, but the basic structure Franchising vs. Entrepreneurship: How to Get All the Benefits Without the Risks

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By Suzanne Musial | Posted February 10, 2016

CRM system

How CRM Systems Help Increase Customer Retention

Forrester researchers claim that marketers obsess over customer acquisition and lose focus on the equally, if not more, important aspect of customer retention. A study by Econsultancy established how marketers are inclined toward customer acquisition over retention, in pure defiance to Pareto’s 80:20 rule, which expresses that existing customers constitute 80 percent of the average business’s revenue!  Loyal customers How CRM Systems Help Increase Customer Retention

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By SEOsandwich Joydeep Bhattacharya | Posted December 9, 2015

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