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The Best Way to Succeed

Nov 30, 2018 12:58:28 PM / by JumpBunch posted in Franchise Success, Business Ownership, entrepreneur

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Aspire To Be Rare

Oct 19, 2018 10:04:40 AM / by JumpBunch posted in Franchise Success, Business Ownership, Relationships

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It Matters Who You Associate With

Aug 20, 2018 10:19:58 AM / by JumpBunch posted in Franchise Success, Business Ownership, entrepreneur, business

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Experts (Not) Wanted

Jul 24, 2018 5:37:02 PM / by JumpBunch posted in Franchise Success, Business Ownership, Franchise, Leadership

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No One Chooses to Drift

Jun 12, 2018 11:17:28 AM / by JumpBunch posted in Franchise Success, Business Ownership, business

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Wondering or Wandering?

Apr 23, 2018 1:15:47 PM / by JumpBunch posted in Business Ownership, franchise owner

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One very small thing can make such a huge difference in an outcome.  In the case of the words wandering and wondering, it is one letter.  The words sound very similar and when spoken by some can sound interchangeable...but they are most certainly not.  When it comes to business, wandering is the brake whereas wondering is the gas.  Whether you move depends on that one letter.

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Wishes and Goals

Dec 4, 2017 12:10:08 PM / by JumpBunch posted in Business Ownership, Buying a Franchise, franchise discovery day, Franchise Information, Lifestyle

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It's an amazing statistic that, on average, a person will try and fail at achieving a goal less than one time.  That means that an enormous amount of time no action is ever taken to even make a goal possible.  They key word there is "action", because unless you do something to move you towards a goal, it is only a wish.

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Start With The End In Mind

Oct 12, 2017 12:25:17 PM / by JumpBunch posted in Business Ownership, franchise owner, Franchise Success

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The last thing most people think about when starting a business is how they will end it.  Yet, in many ways you should consider how everything you do from the beginning will affect your ability to exit the way you want.  Let's assume that after many, many happy years of running your business, the time has come to sell and move on to a different phase of life.  Here are some things you might consider from the onset that could make a big difference in your experience moving on.

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The Business of People

Aug 30, 2017 9:15:41 AM / by JumpBunch posted in Business Ownership, Buying a Franchise, franchise owner, Franchise Owners, Franchise Success, Franchise Tips

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Before you start a business, it is important to consider the things that will be required to be successful in that business.  This is especially true when the business requires that you interact with people, and it is pretty hard to find any business completely absent of that.  JumpBunch, for instance, is a business where people drive things from every angle, almost like the wheels on a car.  If one tire is low, it affects the performance of the vehicle as a whole.  A blowout of a tire stops you in your tracks.  By carefully considering what has to be done for success, considering if you are able to do it, and realistically asking if you will do it, the road to owning your own business can be one that leads you to where you want to go instead of where you simply end up.

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Halftime Adjustments

Jul 13, 2017 3:19:57 PM / by JumpBunch posted in Business Ownership, Buying a Franchise, franchise discovery day, Franchise Information, franchise owner

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As a football fan, and more specifically an Atlanta Falcons fan, I have recent and heart breaking experience with halftime adjustments.  Problem was, the adjustments were made to beat my team that seemingly had things locked up.  The New England Patriots went into halftime last January with dimming chances to be Super Bowl champions two quarters later.  However, at the end of those two quarters they were indeed champions yet again.  For that to have happened, the team had to make adjustments to a direction that was not headed towards what they all wanted.  Those adjustments certainly would have included things they were doing that needed to stop and things they weren't doing that needed to start.

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