What’s the One Thing You Can Never Get Back?

The sun is shining, the kids are out of school, and you’re spending summer days happily camping with the family. These are the most cherished moments for us. If you are in corporate America or work in industries such as healthcare, it’s the consistent dedication you have put into work in order to accrue those crucial vacation days. Those accrued hours are the only time that you have available and can actually afford to spend with your family. Did you know that the average American working full time for a company, only receives approximately 10 days of paid vacation out of an entire year?
That simply isn’t enough for me. Time is precious, something that we can never get back, and as I watch my kids grow, quicker by the minute, I consider the moment I realized years ago that I needed to change something. I needed to have a career that could provide me more flexibility, income potential and retirement value for my family. And most importantly, I needed a career that would give me more time. Time to take vacations and travel. Time to take the kids to rock climbing or dance practice and occasionally play hooky for the day so that we could all have a picnic at the park. Business ownership and franchising has given me those opportunities, and the extra years I have to spend with my family are priceless. So while you sip on a nice cold lemonade and enjoy summer fireworks, I want you to think, “is now the time for me to make a change?”
Time is the most valuable commodity we have. Maybe a short conversation about your future is time well spent. Give me a call.
David Busker


David Busker is the Founder of FranchiseVision and a Franchise Consultant with FranChoice, the premier national network of franchise consultants. David helps candidates exploring franchise ownership to set their criteria and then matches them with the perfect franchise. You can learn more about David at FranChoice.

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