Understanding your desires for autonomy, security, lifestyle and meaning can help you find the perfect mix for a franchise business.
Can you imagine the perks of simultaneously having a corporate job and your own business? You’d get the double benefit of being an executive and an entrepreneur, and you’d keep earning your corporate salary while also generating your own profits.
Going into business for yourself is exciting. Business ownership allows you to control your life, your ability to earn what you are worth and the chance to take charge of your time and your future.
For success-focused people, buying into a thriving franchise with brand recognition, a tried and tested playbook and established business systems is a no-brainer.
More than half of Americans (62%) dream of owning a business. They yearn to spread their entrepreneurial wings and enjoy professional freedom, financial independence, flexibility and the opportunity to take charge of their own lives.
Whether you love playing golf, get personal satisfaction from caring for others, enjoy mowing the lawn or have friends that tell you your cupcakes are better than anything they can buy at a bakery, everyone has things they love doing. Would turning your passions into business mean good earnings and a chance to enjoy every minute of your working life?
When you are looking down the barrel of a significant life change that involves a financial investment, you are going to face pushback from your family and friends.
At this time of year, people across corporate America slow down, push meetings and projects into the new year and settle into a well-deserved change of pace. However, putting a personal year-end review of your life goals should be at the top of your to-do list.
Successful entrepreneurs think big, see possibilities everywhere and are willing to take a leap of faith. So, why is it that people with corporate jobs who dream of being entrepreneurs find this positive attitude so difficult to duplicate?
Experts have said that the secret to solving life’s problems lies in balancing the demands of work and home.