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Make your franchise successful

  • Customer service is your foundation. The brand can give you everything else, but they are not responsible for how you treat people who are employed at your location or customers coming through your doors.
  • Empathy is important. To whatever training materials are provided for your team, add your own touch by training your team members in empathy.
  • The benefits of supply chain and purchasing power. Franchises allow for strength in purchasing power to assist in your success and growth. This is an underestimated facet to owning a business that owners and entrepreneurs overlook.

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Benefits for entrepreneurs buying a franchise
  • Skipping the startup phase
  • Receiving instant name and brand recognition
  • Accessing to proven training programs
  • Getting access to marketing and advertising
  • Confirming purchasing power.

Franchises can give you access to strong branding, support teams, and tools that will make your business a success.

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Researchers studied whether customer service employees were more productive under narcissistic or humble leaders.

The least effective bosses were narcissists. Humble bosses were a bit more productive. But the best leaders were a combination: the humble narcissists.

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