Kim France was the editor of Lucky Magazine. When she found herself fired after ten years, she was surprised by her reaction, which she describes in this article, “When the Worst Thing That Could Happen Is Actually the Best.”
When I read this, what stood out to me was how she was so much happier even though her income was much lower. It ties into my friend David Geller‘s writing about Americans’ dysfunctional relationship Read more.
Reading Mike Pugh’s recent article in Entrepreneur reinforced a trend I’ve been talking about for a while: millennials going into business for themselves instead of waiting for a corporate gig to come along.
He says, “[A]t this moment in history, becoming a young entrepreneur might be as rational a decision as looking for a job.” There are even several viable semi-absentee options, as discussed in this piece about family businesses.
I definitely agree, Read more.
Buying an existing franchise can be a good option for a new business owner for these reasons:
The business is already familiar to the community it serves.
You don’t have to find the real estate.
It’s easier to predict the amount of your time and money the business will take based on past results.
We currently have a profitable learning center franchise resale on offer. Its key characteristics are as follows:
Prime Northeast Atlanta location.
Unique academic Read more.