Franchising is all about systems that work
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Cranston, Rhode Island: This episode of the show is about the all-American childhood business, the lemonade stand. But here, we meet Angelo DeLucia, who did it a little differently. He took his lemonade stand global and who would think that a lemonade stand that opened in 1948 would still be serving hot, thirsty customers.
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You can't do it all. So, work out the systems, then engage others.
No entrepreneur waits for somebody else to do it. They just do it themselves. They take on the big challenges and are not afraid that others will think they are stupid, crazy, or simply a fool. It is so much easier to say, "That's impossible" or "That can't be done."
The franchiser lets others in on the process. They perfect their systems to engage others to expand the business. If you can perfect your systems, consider franchising your business.
Many franchisers, like those below, are able to take their business from $0 to over $1 Billion in less than a lifetime. Meet others who have done it on their own.
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