Be Your Own Boss with a Franchise

Would you like to be your own boss?  Working for yourself is still part of the American dream. Millions have already taken control of them life with the business ownership.

Now more than ever, there is a great reason to explore the freedom and huge upside potential of owning your own business. Why?   The middle class is dependant on good paying jobs and 66% of them are living from paycheck to paycheck.  Times have changed.

  • In the last 70 years, corporate profits all time high, employee wages all time low.
  • Massive gains in corporate productivity enable companies to increase profits without adding more personnel.
  •  There are a lot more uninsured part-time workers than ever before.
  • Manufacturing jobs have decreased by over 50% in the last 30 years
  • 85% of Americans admit that they are barely maintaining status quo.
  • 1 in 3 adults would not be able to pay their mortgage for more than one month if they lost their job.

You can be your own boss! A growing number of individuals in North America and around the world are engaged in some form of entrepreneurship and they are pursuing the abundance of opportunities in the marketplace.  Franchise companies are expected to grow faster and create more jobs than the rest of the economy.   Why? Because franchises are developed from a proven business model.  There is no guess work, you don’t have to reinvent the wheel so to speak. Success leaves clues. Many of today’s most successful businesses got started from existing concepts and ideas. Franchises enable you to avoid a few of the main pitfalls of a risky startup company, such as:

  1. Expensive premarket research
  2. Painful fruitless years of problem-solving
  3. Built a proven sustainable product or service.

By seeking out a mentors and growth advisors, more than 70% overcame the obstacles and survived five or more years than the average business owner. This is why franchising is the key to success. As a franchise broker, using our business and personal  assessment tools, I will help you define:

  1. A target market of people that have a specific need
  2. A product or service what do they want
  3. The market demand – is the market big enough have enough buyers
  4. Access and evaluate your strengths and what you bring to the market
  5. Create a business plan

Want to discover your entrepreneurial potential?  Take a FREE scientific business builder assessment here. 

About the Author Mark Petticord

I am a sales and marketing consultant, trainer, writer and new media professional. With twenty-five years in the sales and marketing industry, I've had the privilege of training and supporting hundreds of micro entrepreneurs and business executives.

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