The only regrets we have in life are the risks we didn’t take.
– Emily Anderson of FranNet
There are SO many paths to entrepreneurship; it’s a true calling and nothing about it is “one size fits all.” When I encourage people to consider entrepreneurship as an option–especially “encores” (Boomers and Seniors) who want increased financial stability and personal fulfillment during what we previously called “retirement”–I want them to think about the various paths they might follow and truly meditate on what’s right for them.
There’s solopreneurship (to which I’m a bit partial, of course!)
There’s starting a good old-fashioned, brick-and-mortar business from scratch.
And then there’s franchise ownership.
Meet Emily Anderson. Emily is a Franchise Consultant with FranNet, a 28-year-old international company with a track record of placing clients in successful businesses. And don’t let your preconceptions get in the way: “I represent many franchises that never sell a french fry!” she jokes.