So, you think you have this franchise thing all figured out, huh?
(Like this young couple, who just bought their turn-key business?)
After all, you’re both very, very successful executive-level type franchise buyers. You’re no dummies. You’ve helped your employers grow their businesses, tremendously. (Which begs the question, why the heck did they downsize you?)
You’re actually a really good fit for the franchise business model.
But, before you light your cigars, pop the cork of your 96′ Dom Perignon, or do some double back- flips, hold on for one more minute. I’ve got some news for you…
In your excitement to “become your own boss,” you forgot to check a couple of things out. It happens; you’ve never done anything this big before.
Let me take you back to when you first started shopping around for franchises to buy.
- You checked out some of the absolute best franchise portals.
- You grabbed a few free franchise eBooks.
- You even spend a couple of hours over at Franchise.org
But, you really forgot to check on a couple of things……a couple of words.
You see, the words, “Turn-Key” only exist in brochures and on webpages.
"Joel Libava is the absolute best. Do NOT engage in any franchise until you have consulted with Joel. He will save you tons of money and grief. I am absolutely convinced that if I had found Joel before I signed on all the dotted lines and spent some money with him, I would have avoided my looming crash and burn." - Andy Mark
Is it starting to come back to you now? Now do you remember why you decided to jump on this franchise opportunity?
Be Your Own Boss!
Invest in a Turn-Key Opportunity!
Join Hundreds of Satisfied Franchisees!
Your week of training at the corporate office went pretty well, right? No big surprises.
Well actually there was that one little surprise. That was the one in which you found out that the franchise business you chose really isn’t “Turn-Key.” As a matter of fact, it’s not even close to being a “Turn-Key” business.
It’s the system itself that’s the “Turn-Key” part. Not the actual business.
You’re the one who’s going to be “Turning the Key.”