Pick a brand that you are passionate about and become a brand ambassador. That is, do everything in your power to help your brand succeed. As a franchisee, you not only represent your business, but you represent the businesses of every other one of your franchises in the world.
Not trusting in my ability and taking on a partner that did not work out. My biggest takeaway: I need to trust myself more.
There are many. During my first few years in business I kept my job and would use my hour-long commuting time to listen to personal development CDs.
We are most proud of sharing the brand and the opportunity to work with our brand to others. We enjoy providing advice and counsel to help them make a decision to expand their businesses and their lives.
It is easy to get complacent once your business is running well, and it is easy to lose motivation. When you are working (to help) others, it provides a better sense of purpose--and for me--motivation. Helping someone brings me more joy than the money I earn.
I was a police officer. I built my first franchise parallel to my career in law enforcement.
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Keeping my team members safe and being a source of information to them was my biggest challenge. We began hosting two mastermind groups a week to keep our team engaged.
It took some time to truly understand that the sky is the limit. Once I did that, I was no longer afraid to expand and invest in other opportunities; but the biggest challenge was to find and invest in the right people to help grow our business.
They are extremely passionate about the brand. You see it everyday in their support services, advertising, and marketing.
With over 100 offices in more than 30 states, Motto Franchising, LLC's unique national franchise mortgage brokerage model is the first of its kind in the United States. Our brokerage-in-a-box model takes the capital, compliance and distraction barriers of a mortgage brokerage off the table so that you can focus on building business as we work together to get things up and running.
2020 has been a year many small business owners won’t soon forget. And while the pandemic caused some businesses to close temporarily or operate at greatly reduced levels, many home-based businesses continued on with limited impact.