The time: Two months after you opened your new franchise business
The place: Your office
Your frame of mind:
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Those are crickets.
You Open Your Franchise And This Happens
Imagine investing $250,000 on a franchise business.
Really. Imagine it for a minute. Feel it.
Now imagine having no customers.
Pas du tout.
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It would really suck.
What would you do?
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How would you handle it?
Could It Happen?
You bet your [email protected] it could.
It’s entirely possible for you to have chosen what you felt (at the time) to be a great franchise opportunity, and have it turn out to be a dud.
You could have done amazing franchise research.
You could have hired the best franchise attorney.
You could have hired a great small business accountant.
You could have received a very attractive franchise business loan.
And still fail.
Sorry if I kind of ruined things for you here. I didn’t mean to.
Yes I did.
I took you there…to a place of despair, because you needed to visit it. You needed to feel it.
To feel like you had no hope.
To imagine what it would be like-what it would really be like if you bought a franchise, and had no customers.
To visualize what it would be like to be in your place of business, all alone.
Embarrassed…well actually…that will come later.
- When you have to tell your landlord that you can’t pay your rent.
- When you have to tell your banker that you can’t pay your loan.
- When you have tell your spouse-and maybe even your kids, that you have to close your business down because you have no customers.
Again: No customers.
You’re back now.
Open your eyes. Slowly, now. Look around you. You good?
Everything is okay.
You didn’t buy a franchise only to have no customers.
You just got to see and feel what it would be like.
Wanna go on that ride again?
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Seriously: Everything you need to know about buying a franchise is here.
And, don’t be shy: Feel free to contact me if you have a question about franchising.
I’ll help you avoid crickets.
(Image: Kristine Paulus 4y pick14.pick.uga.edu/cricket/links)