The AmSpirit Business Connections Opportunity

Are you looking for more success in your professional life? Of course. Who isn’t? Know this, it will likely come via professional networking. So the real question is, “Are you looking for more effective professional networking?” Consider this an option. Click to hear what Frank Agin Founder of AmSpirit Business Connections has to say: The AmSpirit Business Connection Opportunity

Calling All AmSpirit Potential Franchisees

Could you be the perfect fit for an AmSpirit franchisee? LISTEN to Frank Agin’s description of an ideal franchisee and what kind of training, start up and support this franchise opportunity offers them. This could be for you!

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AmSpirit Business Connections is a Unique Franchise Opportunity!

AmSpirit Business Connections is a unique franchise opportunity! Founder, Frank Agin explains what makes it such a unique potential business venture, even if you already have one. Hear what sets AmSpirit apart, LISTEN.

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Is An AmSpirit Business Connections Franchise For You?

Is an AmSpirit Business Connections franchise for you?
Learn more about this franchise opportunity and what it can do for you!  To listen to founder Frank Agin describe the program, its benefits and the potential ROI, LISTEN here.

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Business Cards, Coffee & Tire Tread: Professional Services Franchise Overhead

Every business has overhead. Also referred to as indirect expenses, overhead are/is expenditures a business must make to function, but this outlay does not contribute directly to the generation of profits.

For example, most businesses need to buy (or lease) office furniture for employees to be able to function. Without the furniture, the employee could not effectively work. The office furniture itself, however, does not produce profit.

Some other examples of business overhead could include …

  • ·         Utilities: Gas, water and electricity keeps things running, but may not add direct value to the product or service.
  • ·         Taxes: These governmental expenditures add nothing to the cost of goods sold, but they do serve to support the underlying infrastructure as well as provide protection from fire and theft.
  • ·         Professional Service: Legal and accounting services are necessary, but they do not doanything to ramp up product (or service) value.
  • ·         Insurance: This provides for protection against certain catastrophic events (fire, flood, theft, etc.), but nothing to directly improve sales.

Like any other business, professional services franchises likely incur many of these overhead items.  There are three, however, that you might not consider … three that are vital to business success. Business cards. Coffee. And Tire Tread.

Success within the professional services industry (whether or not the business is franchised) hinges on relationships. As all things being equal people do business with those they know, like and trust. To build this involves networking – getting up out of your office and connecting with people.

So, if you are contemplating a professional services franchise (or better still, you own one), you need to factor in [to things] those three things. To be successful, you will have to …

  • ·         Pass out a plethora of business cards;

 

  • ·         Down more than a recommended amount of coffee; and

 

  • ·         Log countless miles on your car.

 

Discover What it Takes to Be an AmSpirit Franchisee

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Are you interested in a franchise opportunity that dovetails with what you are already doing? Discover what it takes to be an AmSpirit franchisee.

 

Just Say “NO”

Just Say “NO”


By Frank Agin

The number one thing that every franchise consultant or franchisor wants to hear from a prospective franchisee is … you guessed it … “Yes, I want that franchise opportunity. How do we set this in motion?”

 This is no surprise. This is why consultants work tirelessly to connect candidates with the right opportunity. This is why franchisors work so hard to create an air of success within their franchise opportunity. It is all pointing towards the “Y-E-S.”

The number two thing that every franchise consultant and franchisor wants to hear from prospective franchisees is … perhaps surprisingly  … “No, thanks!”

 No one likes rejection. Consultants and franchisors are no different. Hearing “no” is, after all, never euphoric. Nevertheless, quality business professionals know they will not make every sale, or close every deal. Hearing “no” is not personal, and it is simply part of the process – a cost of doing business.

The last thing that franchise consultants and franchisors want to hear from prospective franchisees is, well, something akin to nothing. “I am thinking about it.” … “I will get back to you.” … “At the tone, please leave a message.”

As much as consultants and franchisors loath “N-O,” it is much, much worse to be left in limbo. At this point, the situation torments consultants and franchisors. They want to take action, but are paralyzed by not knowing what they should do. They don’t know how to best help their client / candidate. They can only ponder, “Has the deal gone dead? Or, is there still a viable prospect with whom you need to be responsive to?”

In essence, there is great value in hearing “NO.” As unpleasant as those two letters can be, that one word provides the broker or franchisor with closure. They can then move on and re-direct energies towards that next potential prospect.

So, if the opportunity is right, please give a hardy “YES,” and good luck to you with whatever you are signing on to.

If you are not sure (for whatever reason), openly communicate your questions or concerns. In short, have the courtesy, respect and professionalism to do your best to address your uncertainty.

If, however, you cannot get beyond the uncertainty or clearly, the opportunity is not for you, just say “No.” No one will take it personally. While that word might create a moment of discomfort, that moment will quickly pass. When it passes, you can be sure that the franchise consultant or franchisor will have nothing but admiration and respect for you.

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 Frank Agin is the founder and CEO of AmSpirit Business Connections, an inexpensive, part-time franchise opportunity. He is also the author of several professional development books, including Foundational Networking: Building Know, Like & Trust To Create A Lifetime Of Extraordinary Success. Contact him at frankagin@amspirit.com.

Not Your Typical Franchise Opportunity

Not Your Typical Franchise Opportunity

Just released… a short video that provides a summary of the benefits associated with the AmSpirit Business Connections franchise opportunity.

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For more information on the affordable and empowering AmSpirit Business Connections franchise opportunity go to www.amspirit/franchise.php or contact Frank Agin at frankagin@amspirit.com

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A Day In The Life of an AmSpirit Franchisee

 

LISTEN, as Frank Agin describes a day in the life of an AmSpirit Business Connections franchisee and the opportunities this franchise opportunity presents.

AmSpirit Franchisees Help Professionals Meet Their Aspirations

Do you aspire to be something more? Do something more? To listen as AmSpirit Business Connections founder, Frank Agin explains how AmSpirit franchisees benefit from helping business professionals get these things LISTEN Here.Girl listening with her hand on an ear