While people often dream about owning a business, they quickly turn to reasons why it’s an insane idea! I mean sure, we all want to work for ourselves, depend on ourselves and have some flexibility in our lives. But then we think about the risks and decide that we just wouldn’t want to put ourselves through the process.
What if you could minimize the risks? Is that possible? Can you do enough research and minimize your uncertainties enough to consider franchise ownership? The answer is a resounding, YES! I don’t just say this because I’m an entrepreneur coach, I emphatically make this statement because I’ve seen countless people buy, own and successfully manage franchises.
What’s the process? My clients don’t navigate this course by themselves. I work with them very closely, getting to know them and guiding them to make the right decisions. When I work with you, we have discussions on habits, mindsets and goals. We talk about your likes and dislikes, what your purpose is for having your own business, how you want to work and what you are interested in.
We also examine multiple opportunities. I’m not going to suggest a franchise opportunity for you unless I think it’s a good fit. In the meantime, you have the opportunity to look through financials, visit the headquarters of the company and see for yourself what their management is like.
One of the things I’ve learned in my career as an entrepreneur coach is that Vets make great business owners.
Why are Vets good business owners? Vets are multi-talented. Unlike some people who have the skills to fit a certain job description, vets develop skills outside of their job. They have a can-do attitude, they’ve had experience working with managers and colleagues, they don’t accept excuses and they are persistent. Vets are courageous people who are curious and respect ideas. And they have a network of peers that are loyal and supportive. These are all traits that are very important for entrepreneur success. If you don’t believe me, read this article from Fast Company.
What’s the cost to hire a franchise coach? That’s the best part. I don’t charge you a penny. I get paid, when you choose a franchise. So we can talk, do some research and you can decide ownership is not right for you. And you don’t pay me anything. The truth is, as people seriously think about business ownership, examine the possibilities and look at financial options – they realize business ownership is not only possible, but a great way to become financially successful and fulfilled.
How do I get started? That’s easy. Give me a call. No timeline. No commitment. Book an appointment on my website at https://dreamrealizerllc.com/. And while you’re there, take a look at the testimonials from my clients. There’s a fun adventure awaiting you – I’d love to be part of your new career as Business Owner!