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Is “Family Franchising” a Good Idea?

In the aftermath of the Great Recession, many millennials found themselves with a college degree and no job prospects.

How Psychology and Sociology Both Affect Success or Failure of a Franchise System

My belief system, developed after over 35 years in franchising and being a franchisor 5 times and a consultant to hundreds of companies, is there are fundamental issues to franchising that drive

Steve Jobs: Learning from Failure

The co-founder of Apple and a serial entrepreneur, Steve Jobs, had a memorial service yesterday, Sunday. He was 56 years-old when he died from cancer on October 5.

The Path to Success

What the path to success really looks like
Image from comedian Demetri Martin's This is a book

Credit Card Debt Negatively Affects Start-Up Survival Rates

A new study by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation finds that credit card debt reduces the likelihood that a new business will survive past its third year.