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If You're So Smart, Why Are You So Broke?

Everybody Wants to Do the Right Thing. What's the Right Thing?

Where Were We When the Market Changed?

Stop Fighting Each Other. You've Got Real Competitors to Deal With.

Give a Revolution. Invite Everyone to Come.

Play Fair. Its More Profitable.

Money Is Manure. Don’t Love It. Grow Stuff in It.

Security Is Not a Spectator Sport.

How Not to Kill the Golden Egg Goose

Get Out Front: There's a Leadership Shortage.

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If You’re So Smart,
Why Are You So Broke?

Many franchisors and franchisees do not generate the revenues they need. Think unconventionally about your market, your product, your system. Learn to see yourself, your business and your market from perspectives you may not have dared before. Don't do it alone. That only works if you live alone on the moon. [On the moon you're your only public.]

Everybody Wants to Do the Right Thing.
What’s the Right Thing?

Define your code of ethics. Simplify it. Live by it.

Apply it to yourself.

Then to the system.

Finally to customers and vendors. Create an environment where franchisees and franchisor can embrace a universal set of principles that identify and set apart the entire company's people, product and service.

Where Were We When the Market Changed?

Whatever you do that you think will never change may change tonight.

Optimize your system’s resources to stay ahead of the radical overnight market changes in 21st century economy.

It was almost yesterday that payphones were on every block and domestic long distance cost money. Can you change with or ahead of your market? Or can you be the force for market change?

Stop Fighting Each Other. You've Got Real Competitors to Deal WIth.

Create a culture that nips internal disputes before they grow. Focus on dominating the market instead of fighting each other.

Pragmatic adjustments in practice and thinking change lives and reduce lawsuits.

Give a Revolution. Invite Everyone to Come.

We don't always understand how our upbringing, education and experience affect us. We have learn to separate ourselves from ourselves. We innovate ourselves. We innovate our businesses. We come at life in ways we never thought before.

We then can produce a revolution. a sudden change of situation in ourselves and our business. The excitement becomes a positive force for franchisee, franchisor and customer.

Play Fair.
It’s More Profitable.

Look after one other. Everyone has to get into habits of working at unified purposes instead of cross purposes. Learn to be productively sensitive to the personal growth proposition attached to differences in approaches, cultures and people.

You won't change deep-set attitudes in a day. But you can head them in a more positive direction.

Money Is Manure. Don’t Love It. Grow Stuff in It.

How to stop thinking money is your lover. It will never cuddle you back.

Use money as a tool. It lets you take the risks that create revenue.

Accurately, money more closely relates to fertilizer than to tools. You eat what you grow from fertilizer. You don't eat the fertilizer.

Security Is Not a Spectator Sport.Get Out Front: There's a Leadership Shortage

Every human needs security. Franchise system security emanates from attitude, action and franchisor leadership.

What makes a leader? How do you find the qualities in yourself to inspire others and inspire yourself to maintain the vision whatever happens?

Learn the introspection that leads to charismatic extroversion.

How Not to Kill the Golden Egg Goose.

Franchisors can kill the franchise goose on which their livelihood depends. Sometimes unhappy franchisees volunteer to hammer nails into its coffin. One study showed that 48% of franchise systems launched don’t survive 10 years. How do you lengthen your system’s life cycle?

Inexperience of experienced people often wields the knife that kills the goose. This program can take the knife out of that hand.

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