Keys are meant to open certain doors. For example, your house has a special key, and that specific key doesn’t open the door to your neighbor’s house. Likewise, my safety deposit box key doesn’t open Bill Gates’ safety deposit box. Too bad… lol. You see, every key fills a specific purpose, to unlock something. By Don Clayton
Not all storms come in one’s life to destroy. Rather, some storms come to clear one’s path. Some say COVID-19 is a storm; it has crept into our own backyards causing disruption, and it has forced some to pivot and look for a better and clearer path to their future. By Don Clayton
As CEO of FranServe, Inc., Alesia Visconti heads the world’s largest franchise consulting organization. Here, she reveals what led her to franchising, how FranServe Franchise Consultants help business ownership dreams come true, and what a true entrepreneur should do to ensure success. By Rochelle Miller
As Certified Franchise Consultants we listen and observe first, then plan. We work with individuals all over this great planet to become entrepreneurs through franchise ownership. Every Individual with whom we consult has different environments, backgrounds, lifestyle preferences, and investment levels. Therefore, it’s critical to listen more, speak less and plan accordingly. By Don Clayton
When I was a young girl, my father taught me a valuable life lesson about competition. He said: “When you compete with others, you become bitter. But when you compete with yourself, you become better.” The lesson has served me well, especially in a world where social media can play havoc and magnify the “keeping up with the Joneses” syndrome for both businesses and individuals alike. By Alesia Visconti
As a member of the U.S. Marine Corps, Brandon J. Anderson’s mission was to protect his fellow Americans. Today, Anderson is a veteran, and his mission is no different as a franchise consultant with FranServe, Inc., the world’s largest franchise consulting organization. By Rochelle Miller
I remember my first public speaking engagement in front of about 200 people. I was so nervous and afraid. I remember thinking, why am I the one up on stage? How come no one else is doing this? Thinking back, I now know exactly why. By Don Clayton
Franchise Business Radio: Listen and learn from Don Powers, Founder of Fitness Machine Technicians, plus hear the advice of Karen Murray with Powers Brand Communications on how to maximize a franchisee’s visibility.