As an adult, you’re supposed to “own” your decisions. But, it’s hard to do if the decisions you've made were based on false information. For example, some of the information that’s available on franchise business ownership is just plain old marketing spin. This “spin” can be powerful stuff. Well-crafted spin can influence behavior. In my business…the franchise business, it can cause $35,000 franchise fee checks to get written by people who are looking for their shot at The American
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(Courtesy of jontunn on Flickr) Attorneys-in this case, franchise attorneys, have power. Most of their power comes from what they learned at law school. Some of their power comes from who they are...and what they believe in. And, if you're on the hunt for what you feel is the best franchise business to buy, you need a franchise attorney. A Client I've been working with Tom* for about a month. Downsized 9 months ago from his middle management position at a major high-tech
If you're in the early stages of investigating franchise business ownership, there's something that I want you to be aware of, so you won't feel ambushed when you start reading the Franchise Disclosure Document. (FDD) You may have to hit your numbers. I Have Some Explaining To Do If you happen to be arriving at the franchise table from a career in sales, you know all about quotas. From the beginning of a sales period until the end, quotas gnaw away at you, day-after-day. They're
(Do you think this lady cares about SEO?) There's a legal battle brewing in our nation's breadbasket, and the federal judge that's been assigned to this franchise lawsuit may have to brush-up on his SEO knowledge. According to a blog post written by my friend, all-around great guy, and franchisee attorney, Rush Nigut, a lawsuit was recently filed by Iowa fitness franchise Farrell's Extreme Bodyshaping, Inc. against Kosama, another fitness franchise headquartered in the Des Moines, Iowa area.
(Pictured; The Webster Missile Lobber) Cleveland, Ohio--- Canadian franchise attorney, Michael Webster, (a writer for a franchise news website) launched an almost blistering attack on a post about researching a franchise, that Cleveland, Ohio franchise consultant Joel Libava wrote in 2007. Libava-The Franchise King®, says it's time for "a franchise fight..." As I was checking my Google Alerts this morning, I came across a rather interesting post that got me a little riled up. In it,