Create Options and Control Your Future

2022-01-14T15:08:54-06:00By |Multi-Unit Franchising, Succession Blog|

The business landscape has undergone dramatic changes over the last 24 months.  From keeping employees safe, building trust with customers, operating more efficiently, and simply being grateful to be open.  These shifts and constant changes are causing owners to think, is this the right time to get out?  In addition, many industries are experiencing [...]

Tips to Create Family Business Joy for the Holidays

2021-12-16T12:10:10-06:00By |Multi-Unit Franchising, Succession Blog|

The holidays can bring about a mixture of happy and sad emotions. Entrepreneurial-owned businesses are unique in that your business is a family business. You may employ those related to you by blood and employ loyal people you have grown to care about beyond just dollars and cents. With a family business environment, mismatched [...]

Four Secrets to Family Business Holiday Success

2021-12-01T13:57:36-06:00By |Agriculture, Automotive, Construction, Distribution & Logistics, Family Business Insights, Manufacturing, Multi-Unit Franchising, Professional Services, Succession Blog|

When it comes to the season of family, otherwise known as “The Holidays” it is common to experience fear and anxiety. We all want it to be like the best holiday movies, but the reality isn't a hallmark movie. There is a secret to creating a happy holiday, or season [...]

Art of Agreements: Relationships, Collaboration & Getting Things Done

2021-12-05T20:00:15-06:00By |Advisor Collaboration, Manufacturing, Multi-Unit Franchising, Women In Leadership: Your Tribe|

Meeting new people and building relationships requires some sort of next step. Whether that be a follow-up phone call, checking in on a friend, setting a meeting, or advocating for yourself. As we navigate life we are entering into simple agreements such as RSVPing for a friend's party AND showing [...]

Your Tribe

2021-11-29T13:08:09-06:00By |Advisor Collaboration, Multi-Unit Franchising, Succession Blog, Women In Leadership: Your Tribe|

Meet your tribe! We are pioneers, trailblazers, go-getters, power professionals, marvelous moms, friends, and so much more.  Our discussions span from leadership, business, relationships, and personal growth, and everything in between. In this episode, we share what influences our 5 different perspectives based upon each of our unique backgrounds. Join [...]

Business Growth, Transition and Success

2021-11-19T15:07:23-06:00By |Multi-Unit Franchising, Succession Blog|

Successful business owners know succession planning is about building strategies for today to create choice and take advantage of opportunities as they arise. Owners & leaders who have invested in succession planning already have options, know what they want, and are already implementing their growth strategies. Growth is an example of transition because you [...]

Succession Podcast: Where Are All of the Leaders

2021-10-27T11:31:15-05:00By |Multi-Unit Franchising, Succession Blog, Succession Podcast|

Jeff Bannon a Partner of The Rawls Group and Aicha Bascaro, President of American Franchise Academy discuss leadership – keys for developing people, attracting top talent, and creating opportunities within your franchise organization for growth. Many franchisees dream of going from owning one unit to becoming multi-unit business owners and building [...] “Tomorrow’s Legacy Today: The Importance of Succession Planning”

2021-10-22T14:49:48-05:00By |Multi-Unit Franchising, Succession Blog| recently featured Kendall Rawls in "Tomorrow's Legacy Today: The Importance of Succession Planning” Helen Bond, the author, shared succession planning insights from multi-unit franchisees across the country spanning a variety of brands including: Paul M. Booth Jr., President of Cincinnati-based Concentric Brands, a McDonalds Franchisee: Terry Kurth, a Weed Man franchisee, Nick Marco, [...]


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