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Selling a business is different than selling anything else. Every business is unique and will require a unique marketing plan to get it sold for the most money. The biggest factor that will determine how much money you get will be proper preparation. Lack of preparation is a big factor why 80% of businesses never sell and eventually close the doors or liquidate.

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An entrepreneur is a person who is willing to launch or manage a business while taking on risk to make a profit. Entrepreneurs have the willingness to have big ideas and the daring to execute them. Entrepreneurs don’t see the world as it is but as it can be. If this describes you or your future self, then you are in the right place.

Countless entrepreneurs are working too hard and sacrificing too much to make their business successful and it’s not working. We are taught at a young age that hard work is rewarded. If we just work harder, we can be successful but this is not necessarily true for business. Busting your hump sacrificing family time, personal time, and your finances can lead to financial loss, debt or even bankruptcy.

“Working harder does not make you successful… Business success is achieved when you start working on the right things and stop working hard on the wrong things. “

Seven Pillars to Profit was written to provide a blueprint for small business success that is not based on theory but real small business experience. Download Seven Pillars today to make your business more successful than you ever dreamed; not by working hard but working on the right things.

Working on the right things will get you to the tipping point. The tipping point is the moment where anxiety and long hours are replaced with comfort and the lifestyle you want. Your business transforms into an abundance of wealth opportunities. This tipping point is what Michael Gerber describes in his book E-Myth about working on your business and not in it. You no longer worry about your business because the systems are in place so your business can grow automatically. You can stop grinding and fighting for every penny of growth because your business is built for expansion.

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80% of Businesses offered for sale will never sell. So many businesses don’t sell because there isn’t a systematic approach to finding the buyers willing to pay the most for the business. Buyers are sophisticated and won’t buy unless all the right components are in place. We have created the Quick Business Exit System that makes sure your business has everything it needs to get multiple offers at the price you deserve. Our system is the fastest way to get your business sold for the most money. We are not keeping our strategy a secret. You can learn how our strategy works by downloading our free Ebook today so you don’t risk not getting what you deserve for your business.

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Business Success Blueprint

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An entrepreneur is a person who is willing to launch or manage a business offering a product or service while taking on risk to make a profit. Entrepreneurs have the willingness to have big ideas and the daring to execute them. Entrepreneurs don’t see the world as it is but as it can be. If this describes you or your future self, then this is for you. My name is Marv White and I am the author of Seven Pillars to Profit: Your Blueprint for Small Business Success. This is my personal journey on how I got my business to deliver the wealth, lifestyle, and freedom we all deserve.

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I know countless entrepreneurs who are working incredibly hard and sacrificing everything to make their business provide the money, lifestyle and freedom they want. This is the point in starting a business in the first place. We are taught at a young age that hard work will be rewarded. If we just worked harder, we can be successful, but it isn’t true. Busting your hump sacrificing family time, personal time, and your finances can lead to little or nothing in return or even debt.

Working harder is not what makes you successful. Success is achieved when you start working on the right things and stop working hard on the wrong things. My book Seven Pillars to Profit is the blueprint on how to work on the right things. Make your business more successful than you ever dreamed; not by working hard but working on the right things. My blueprint is not about working hard because that is not what makes a success. Working on the right things will get you to what I call the tipping point. The tipping point is the moment where things become so comfortable that what once was work is an abundance of opportunity. Some might say that legendary entrepreneur Elon Musk works hard with 13 billion in net worth and the founder of Tesla, Paypal, and SpaceX. I would say he has an abundance of opportunity and has not worked for a very long time.

This tipping point is what Michael Gerber describes in his book E-Myth about working on your business and not in it. You know longer worry about your business because you have put the systems in place so your business can grow without any day to day input. You don’t have to grind and fight for every percentage of growth because your business is built to do this automatically. Your business becomes a machine that delivers the financial rewards, freedom and the lifestyle you deserve. This does not take genius and is not hard to do. It takes discipline to work on the right things.

The tipping point is a shift from analog to digital thinking. Analog thinking is where you look for a faster horse that can gallop at 30 miles per hour versus 25 miles per hour. Digital thinking goes from struggling to get a horse to 30 mph to achieving 180 mph in an electric car. Analog is uncertain with many variable results while digital is precise with little variability. Digital thinking doesn’t require six times the energy to go from 30 miles per hour to 180 miles per hour. It takes a fraction of the energy of analog thinking. Many are using a sledge hammer for tasks when they should be using a smartphone.


I wrote Seven Pillars to Profit because I was that guy stuck in the analog world. I was hell bent on outworking everyone and growing my business through sheer will and determination. I would be the first to arrive at the office and the last one to leave. I pushed myself past tired to exhaustion and wore it as a badge of honor. It made me feel like I was earning my bones as an entrepreneur and worthy of success, but I was dead wrong!

My business defined me, and it was one of the most important things in my life until my mother became ill. Now the business meant little as I packed an overnight bag one Saturday and boarded a plane for Florida to be with my mom. I stopped caring and walked away from my business that I had built from scratch with blood sweat and tears. At the time the fledgling business had about a dozen employees and a staff that consisted of a book keeper and a supervisor. I left my business in the hands of my team without even telling them I was leaving. I didn’t talk to them for days, and I wasn’t thinking, I was just acting on emotion. The belief in the back of my head on an unconscious level was that the business would fall apart, but I felt after the dust settled I could re-build. After a couple of weeks I told my staff I would be gone indefinitely because I would be helping in the care of my mom; but I also in an emotional free fall and lacked the capacity to do anything else, never mind run a business.

This was my turning point. I was the guy wishing for a faster horse. My days used to be filled with angry customers, no-show employees, payroll, fighting the landlord, collections, and begging for new business, etc… Does any of this sound familiar? I spend a lot of my time officiating daily squabbles between my supervisor, book keeper and employees over petty matters. These would be the people that would run the business. Surely this was a train wreck in progress, but I didn’t care and had no choice anyway.

Over the next several weeks my staff would send me reports of accounts payable and accounts receivable from Quick Books and bank statements. I was shocked to learn that sales did not fall off a cliff, and bank balances were climbing. As time went on and the business was doing well without me, it became evident that most of what I was doing in the business didn’t make any difference. I was swinging a sledge hammer in my business and was only catching air. I was humbled by the fact that the only things that seemed to get results were the things I did on the business not the “work” I did in the business. It was the 80/20 rule in full effect. 80% or more of the work I was doing in the business was a waste of time; although physical and mentally exhausting. I went from working hard in my business to doing nothing! And the company was doing as well or better than if I was there.

This experience proved to me that working hard is not the key ingredient to getting the money, lifestyle, and freedom you deserve from your business. The key is working on the right stuff. It’s about working digitally instead of in analog. Get Seven Pillars to Profit which gives you the blueprint to take your business from analog to digital – from slow hay fed horses to lightning fast electrically charged cars.

 

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10 Best Franchises

How to Select the Most Profitable Franchise to Own

To select the best franchise one should start by evaluating the Franchise Disclosure Document. Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD). The Franchise Disclosure Document is a legal document which is available to prospective buyers of franchises in the pre-sale disclosure process. The FDD contains all of the information that state and federal franchise regulators consider relevant to a franchise investment, and it is the Holy Grail in researching a franchise. Information in the FDD ranges from the history of the franchisor and the business experience of its executives, to the fees that the company charges, to the requirements for purchasing inventory, to the form of franchise agreement, to three years of the franchisor’s financial statements.

Pay special attention to Item 19 as it is a critical part of every franchise disclosure document. It provides a clear avenue for delivering performance information and must meet or exceed performance by its peers. Item 20 also gets extra scrutiny in our rankings to get the number of franchises and if they increasing or decreasing. Item 20 also contains contact information for current franchisees that we use to contact franchisees as part of our research.

Key Criteria for Selecting the Best Franchise

Bankability
1. Bankability is critical if like most of us you don’t have enough cash for the acquisition of a business and required working capital. Some franchises will qualify for the SBA Express Loan Program which offers streamlined and expedited loan procedures for borrowers. The SBA Express Loan gives small business borrowers an accelerated turnaround time for SBA review; a response to an application will be given within 24 hours. Check if the franchise under consideration is approved for a SBA Express Loan.

2. Proven Business Model – Item #20 of the Franchise Disclosure Document discloses helpful information that can be analyzed to validate the business model for growth and sustainability. Growth should exceed the growth of the overall economy.

3. Training – Strong training and support should be a big part of the franchise. The franchise will detail the training programs and systems in place to support the franchise. There may also be back office support, software, computer systems, group coaching, class room training, mentorships, etc…

4. Scalability – Verify the Business Model has the potential to be scalable. Confirm the ability for the franchise to grow in profitability so that the owner can remove themselves from day to day operations. After the business has achieved scale, the owner can use the business to support their lifestyle or choose to grow to the next level. The franchises should afford the owner the opportunity to work on their business and not in it.

Reputable franchises make themselves available to answer questions and provide information about their franchise. You may also speak with existing franchisees to ask questions and get real world experiences and challenges operating the franchise. Franchises can be profitable and outstanding investments, but picking the wrong franchise can be a financial disaster. Perform your own diligence and you can own a successful franchise.

 

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How to Select the Most Profitable Franchise

How to Pick the Most Profitable Franchise

 

To determine the best franchises for 2016, we evaluated the Franchise Disclosure Document, Bankability (SBA Approved Financing), Proven Business Model, Training and Scalability. We then ranked them among their peers and picked the best of the best.

We conducted interviews with key franchise executives to determine to confirm what our research findings. We also held discussions with franchisees of “going” franchises to get real world experiences and look for any red flags.

We also used The Business Reference Guide by Tom West of Business Brokerage Press in Worcester, Massachusetts, and is generally considered the most authoritative source of industry specific business information. The 2016 edition was used for our review where applicable.

Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD)
The Franchise Disclosure Document is a legal document which is available to prospective buyers of franchises in the pre-sale disclosure process. The FDD contains all of the information that state and federal franchise regulators consider relevant to a franchise investment, and it is the holy grail in researching a franchise. Information in the FDD ranges from the history of the franchisor and the business experience of its executives, to the fees that the company charges, to the requirements for purchasing inventory, to the form of franchise agreement, to three years of the franchisor’s financial statements.
We pay special attention to Item 19 as it is a critical part of every franchise disclosure document. It provides a clear avenue for delivering performance information and must meet or exceed performance by its peers. Item 20 also gets extra scrutiny in our rankings to get the number of franchises and if they increasing or decreasing. Item 20 also contains contact information for current franchisees that we use to contact franchisees as part of our research.

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Bankability (SBA Approved Financing)
For a franchise to make our Top 10 Franchise List, the franchise must qualify for the SBA Express Loan Program which offers streamlined and expedited loan procedures for borrowers. The SBA Express Loan gives small business borrowers an accelerated turnaround time for SBA review; a response to an application will be given within 24 hours.

Proven Business Model
We use Item #20 of the Franchise Disclosure Document and The BRG Business Reference Guide and other sources to validate the business model for growth and sustainability. Growth has to exceed the growth of the economy as measured by Gross Domestic Product (GDP)

Training
Strong training and support is required to be included in the Top 10 Franchise List. We use input from the franchise, franchisees and systems in place that support the franchisee. We review what the franchises offers in the way of software, computer systems, group coaching, class room training, mentorships, etc… and determine if they meet the minimum requirements to be added to the Top 10 Franchise List.

Scalability
We verify that the Business Model has the potential to be scalable. We define scalability as the ability for the franchise to grow in profitability so that the owner can remove themselves from day to day operations. After the business has achieved scale, the owner can use the business to support their lifestyle or choose to grow to the next level. The List of Top 10 Franchises affords the owner the opportunity to work on their business and not in it.

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How to Select the Most Profitable Franchise

The list of franchises that we have compiled allow for SBA Express Loans in less than 24 hours. Our franchise list includes the cheapest franchises to own while being potentially the most profitable franchises to operate. Investing in a franchise business is one of the safest ways to go if you’re thinking of buying a small business. A franchise has the business model, training and the systems in place to give you the best chance for success.

To determine the best franchises for 2016, we evaluated the Franchise Disclosure Document, Bankability (SBA Approved Financing), Proven Business Model, Training and Scalability. We then ranked them among their peers and picked the best of the best.

We conducted interviews with key franchise executives to determine to confirm what our research findings. We also held discussions with franchisees of “going” franchises to get real world experiences and look for any red flags.

We also used The Business Reference Guide by Tom West of Business Brokerage Press in Worcester, Massachusetts, and is generally considered the most authoritative source of industry specific business information. The 2016 edition was used for our review where applicable.

Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD)
The Franchise Disclosure Document is a legal document which is available to prospective buyers of franchises in the pre-sale disclosure process. The FDD contains all of the information that state and federal franchise regulators consider relevant to a franchise investment, and it is the holy grail in researching a franchise. Information in the FDD ranges from the history of the franchisor and the business experience of its executives, to the fees that the company charges, to the requirements for purchasing inventory, to the form of franchise agreement, to three years of the franchisor’s financial statements.
We pay special attention to Item 19 as it is a critical part of every franchise disclosure document. It provides a clear avenue for delivering performance information and must meet or exceed performance by its peers. Item 20 also gets extra scrutiny in our rankings to get the number of franchises and if they increasing or decreasing. Item 20 also contains contact information for current franchisees that we use to contact franchisees as part of our research.

Get Funding up to $150,000 for Top Franchises with Approved SBA Financing in 24 Hours

Bankability (SBA Approved Financing)
For a franchise to make our Top 10 Franchise List, the franchise must qualify for the SBA Express Loan Program which offers streamlined and expedited loan procedures for borrowers. The SBA Express Loan gives small business borrowers an accelerated turnaround time for SBA review; a response to an application will be given within 24 hours.

Proven Business Model
We use Item #20 of the Franchise Disclosure Document and The BRG Business Reference Guide and other sources to validate the business model for growth and sustainability. Growth has to exceed the growth of the economy as measured by Gross Domestic Product (GDP)

Training
Strong training and support is required to be included in the Top 10 Franchise List. We use input from the franchise, franchisees and systems in place that support the franchisee. We review what the franchises offers in the way of software, computer systems, group coaching, class room training, mentorships, etc… and determine if they meet the minimum requirements to be added to the Top 10 Franchise List.

Scalability
We verify that the Business Model has the potential to be scalable. We define scalability as the ability for the franchise to grow in profitability so that the owner can remove themselves from day to day operations. After the business has achieved scale, the owner can use the business to support their lifestyle or choose to grow to the next level. The List of Top 10 Franchises affords the owner the opportunity to work on their business and not in it.

 

The list of franchises that we have compiled allow for SBA Express Loans in less than 24 hours. Our franchise list includes the cheapest franchises to own while being potentially the most profitable franchises to operate. Investing in a franchise business is one of the safest ways to go if you’re thinking of buying a small business. A franchise has the business model, training and the systems in place to give you the best chance for success.

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