It’s quite common to feel frustrated when you’re looking at franchise opportunities.
First of all, there are too darn many of them.
Secondly, you have no idea how to determine if a specific franchise opportunity will be right for you.
Lastly, you don’t know who to trust.
As a result, your search for a franchise usually goes one of two ways.
A. You get stuck in a cycle.
This “cycle” can last for months. It consists of finding what you think to be a good franchise opportunity, learning more about it, and for whatever* reason, talking yourself out of it. And doing the same thing all over again. And again.
B. You give up on the idea (because you’re frustrated), and decide to go job-hunting. Fun.
*That reason is almost always related to fear, or lack of serious knowledge about the opportunity. Or both. Wait. Actually, they’re related.
The question you need to ask yourself is this:
How bad do you want it?
In other words, how determined are you to be your own boss?
Use This Proven Shortcut
Instead of banging your head against the wall-over and over again, trying to find a franchise opportunity that makes sense, use this shortcut.
Start looking at franchise opportunities with your strengths and skills in mind.
Doing this simple thing will make things a lot easier for you. You’ll be less frustrated. And you’ll get closer to finding a franchise that makes sense for you.
Do you know what your strengths and skills are?
If so, great. If not, I found a great worksheet (courtesy of Destiny’s Odyssey) you can use.
When you’re finished with it, you’ll be able to look for franchise opportunities with some direction. Try it.
Important: I can help you do it.
As a matter of fact, if you give me a list of what you feel your strengths and skills are, I’ll point out a couple of franchise opportunities and/or franchise sectors you should be looking into. No charge.
Let’s see if I can come up with some ideas for you.
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