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How to Come Up With Story Ideas People Actually Want to Read

Scott is quoted in article about nine ways to write something that catches the light in the junkyard of internet content.

The Myths and truths About Top Franchisees

Debunking five common misconceptions about how certain franchisees find success.

The Emotional Roller Coaster

What’s it really like being a franchisee? In this edited extract from his new book, US speaker and former franchisee Scott Greenberg describes his 10-year journey from buying to selling

What Preschools Get Right and Franchisors Get Wrong

Franchise Brands Need to Better Promote Franchisees' Confidence and Competence

What Sales Leaders Can Learn From Franchise Business Owners

There are remarkable similarities between commissioned sales jobs and franchise ownership. It’s not just the work that’s similar, it’s the lifestyle.

What the Presidential Campaign Can Teach Us About Sales and Marketing

Right now, President Donald Trump and Vice President Joe Biden are actively selling themselves. You can use these same tactics to earn more customers.

10 Fictional TV Small Businesses and the Lessons They Offer

Let’s take a look at 10 specific small businesses that some of TV’s most entrepreneurial-minded writers have schemed up.

The Wealthy Franchisee Mental Advantage

Most people associate franchise businesses with the things they sell. They picture cheeseburgers, frozen yogurt, and other offerings franchise chains are known for.

How Franchise Owners Can Use Customer Service

Nothing projects mediocrity better than this tired, dusty greeting. You know it well, because you’ve heard it thousands of times.

What Hollywood Movies Can Teach Us About Creating Customer Experiences

I observed that good cinematic stories are generally written in three distinct acts designed to create and sustain a dramatic journey for the audience.

Five Ways Franchise Owners Destroy Their Teams

“You just can’t find good help these days.” I hear this from other franchisees all the time. It’s tempting to blame the labor pool.
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