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Monday, October 20, 2014

Wondering If You Can Be an Entrepreneur? Take a Self Assessment!

Learn the Advantages of Buying a Small Business Franchise 
and Get Your Free Personal Assessment After the Webinar

Tired of the workaday grind, feeding the company bottom line instead of your own? 

How do you know if you have what it takes to become an entrepreneur? 


Instead of idly wondering, take a step in the right direction and complete a self-assessment. 

You’ll find good options offered by career coaches, employment counselors or outplacement centers. Not to mention your friendly neighborhood franchise coach. They can help you determine not only if you have the necessary attributes but if being in business for yourself is what you truly want. You may discover you possess qualities you didn’t know you had.



So if you feel like a hamster incessantly running his wheel, what do you have to lose? Get started. Learn if you have:
  • Sufficient Drive: Are you committed to your new business idea enough to see yourself doing it in six months, next, year, in five years? Something to seriously consider before embarking on all the preparation and research necessary to enable you to become successful. Do you have the energy to work long hours, especially at the beginning as you just start to grow your business?
  • Independence: Have you always been a self-starter? Being the boss requires you to make a lot of decisions and to think on your feet. If this makes you uncomfortable, then entrepreneurship may not be for you. If, on the other hand, you would feel differently when your effort directly impacts your income, starting your own business may be worth further exploration.
  • Financial Savvy: Are you comfortable putting your money behind your ideas? While lots of resources exist to help you finance your new business, you certainly want sufficient capital to get you through the start-up phase. And since it will take time before your new business starts to generate profits, you need to be able to pay your living expenses until your business starts earning you income.
  • Ability to Reassess and Reinvent: When something’s not working, you may have to figure out a new way to operate. If you’re one who likes to stick to the tried and true, a franchise may be a good option since the franchise company will be constantly reviewing its systems to optimize results.
  • Desire to Follow a System: If you like to follow someone else’s protocols, a franchise may be your perfect choice. If you prefer, however, to invent your own unique path, an independent business is a better option.
The assessment marks only the beginning of your journey as it gives you enough data to start a conversation with a business coach or franchise coach to check if you’re ready to move forward.You will still need to investigate the types of businesses for which you might be best suited.

Ready to make your dream of becoming an entrepreneur come true?

Get your free evaluation today! 
Learn the Advantages of Buying a Small Business Franchise 
and Get Your Free Personal Assessment After the Webinar

Contact Dan Citrenbaum to help you create the career you’ve always wanted. As a franchise coach, Dan brings years of experience helping people select and buy a franchise or existing business. You can reach Dan at dcitrenbaum@gmail.com or at (484) 278-4589. 
 © Dan Citrenbaum 2014

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