Thursday, December 6, 2012

Can I Start a Business AND Keep My Day Job?

There are many people out there that dream of owning their own business, but never make the leap.  They believe they would need to walk away from the comfort of a regular paycheck, and maybe even health benefits, if they want to make that dream of business ownership a reality.

Are you satisfied with your current job, or just not able to make the financial adjustment at this time? While still employed, would you like to build a longer-term income stream and equity, as an additional layer of retirement security and/or an opportunity to step into the CEO role of your OWN business at some point in the future? SEMI-ABSENTEE ownership is a great option brought by franchising for individuals finding themselves in this situation.

Semi-absentee franchise offerings generally require individuals to devote 10 and 20 hours a week to working ON the business, allowing them to maintain the financial comfort that their day job brings. It’s a great way to achieve success in certain franchise models, allowing the owner to hire staff to run the day-to-day operations, while they focus on both general management and big picture growth – all while they keep their day job. Semi-absentee franchises can also be a great way for EXISTING business owners to diversify their income stream, phase out of their current business, or set-up a family member in a new business.

There are a variety of industries within franchising offering this semi-absentee ownership option with various investment levels.

Learn more about three options available by attending our upcoming WEBINAR on DECEMBER 13 at 8pm ET.  Register at www.michiganfranchiseforum.com or by calling me directly for discussion at 616-891-1374.

1 comment:

  1. I work full-time but working part time on my success.

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