So, you are considering becoming a franchisee!

Brilliant, good on you! It takes guts to go out on your own and we totally give you a huge shout out for deciding to go down that path!

Being a business owner can be the best thing that you have ever done, or the worst thing if you buy the wrong business! We want to help you to buy the right business that is right for you and your family.

First, we need to work out who you are. Our clients generally come to us as one of the following types:

Type 1: The Driving Force

Generally the breadwinner of the family, who is sick of working all the time, and never seeing their family. They want more control over how they work, so they get more family time.

They also want to take all that effort they are pouring into their job and put it towards something for themselves and their family. They believe being their own boss is the way to do that and franchises are interesting to them, as they are already ‘set up’, making it easier to step into.

Type 2: The Reluctant Spouse

“My husband/wife wants to buy a business and as I’m trying to do research and get information, all I see is these ‘coaches or advisors’ out there that want to sell us something. I don’t trust or connect with them. I want to know what it is really like, how much they will have to work, and how much money we can make. They are the main breadwinner and this makes me nervous.”

Type 3: The Eager Couple

“We want more control over our lives, so we are looking at buying a business. We are both working crazy hours, we don’t have much time with our kids or each other and something has to change. We are sick of working our guts out for someone else. We want to put all that effort into something for us.”

If you can relate to one of these scenarios then we can help! We have developed a downloadable PDF that will help you to answer questions you may have in your situation. Just click on one of the links below to get your free copy NOW!

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Reluctant Spouse FAQs

Eager Couple FAQs

Driving Force FAQs