The Franchisee Lifestyle
Adam Goldman, the nation’s top franchise coach and consultant, will discuss how to find the right franchise opportunity. There are thousands from which to choose. How do you know what’s a good opportunity and what is not?
Corporate America isn’t what it used to be. It used to be that you were guaranteed a job for life. Investing in owning a franchise business is a great way to “hedge your bets” by creating an additional stream of income in a proven business.
Adam interviews existing franchisees from diverse backgrounds who have already invested in owning a franchise business. They will discuss their own journeys into independence and how this could benefit you as you are exploring franchise business opportunities.
If you have ever considered investing in a franchise, this audiobook will give you the confidence to go for it and invest in your own piece of the American dream.
Rated 4.9 Stars
I don’t think I am very different than many people out there. There are some days where I am just not happy with my job and wish that I could change it. That’s kind of what brought me to this book. Searching around for different ideas, I stumbled upon this book and it got me thinking about the possibility of starting a franchise. Granted, I am not in the position right now to start, but this was a great resource for someone who is thinking about it.
Oh, my goodness! I sure wish this information had been published ‘way back when’ when I started my own business. This book tells you everything you need to know about franchising, from A to Z. What mistakes we make when we’re entrepreneurs and think we have such great ideas, only to find out later, after it’s too late, how wrong we were.
This book is a wonderfully short read, packed with information, and focused on those ready to open a new chapter in their lives. It is a tool of learning and brings to light a unique side hustle or fulltime opportunity that goes beyond McDonalds. Did you know there are something like 3,000+ franchise opportunities available and a directory of them? Neither did I! Until now.