Let’s do something a little different today.
Instead of having you simply read some text about buying a franchise, with periods, too many commas, and a dangling modifier or two, I want you to read a poem I wrote.
It’s about buying a franchise…with a twist.
The “twist” is that the words I wrote rhyme.
It will be interesting to see how your brain reacts to what will be useful information…disguised as poetry.
“Listen, real poetry doesn’t say anything; it just ticks off the possibilities. Opens all doors. You can walk through any one that suits you.”
– Jim Morrison
Tip: My poem includes links to informational articles that you’ll want to save for a later date. To access them, all you have to do is click the words in blue, and bookmark them.
I hope you enjoy my attempt at prose.
Don’t be shy; you can tell me if it blows.
Roses are red, violets are blue
There has to be a great franchise just for you
There are choices galore from A to Z
Hundreds of websites for you to see
It’s a good thing you can narrow franchises down by fee
That way you don’t end up blankly staring at your screen
Because I know in my heart you want to make some green
They say finding the right franchise can be tough
Unless of course you listen to me and keep reading my stuff
But whatever you do, don’t do it alone
Because some things in franchising aren’t etched in stone
The franchise model has been called the best
You shouldn’t be afraid to put it to the test
Just do great research-and then do more
That way you’ll be prepared and confident when you open your store
What Do You Think?
I hope you enjoyed my attempt at poetry.
If so, please give it a Facebook Like or three
While I grab a fresh glass of iced tea