Today’s Quote

When I let go of what I am, I become what I might be.— Lao Tzu

Today’s quote is meant to encourage you to let go of obstacles stopping you from attaining your dreams. In order to find the courage to change your path in life; remind yourself, that to become who you are meant to be, you will need to let go of something.

Following is an excerpt from my book Franchising Without Fear:

Fear can freeze you in your tracks — and you cannot move forward if you allow it to paralyze you. It is like a large boulder that gets in the way of progress. As you are looking for a business and working toward a decision, remind yourself why you want to make a change. Your reasons will help you keep the end goal in mind and push the boulder out of your path. (Benedik, 2019)

Ready to become who you might be? Contact Trish to assist you in your search for the perfect franchise fit

If you are looking for a franchise or business where you can control your destiny. Set up a discovery call here or by filling out the contact form.

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What are you waiting for?

Trish Benedik owner of Select Franchise Consulting will help narrow your options and find the franchise that is the right fit for you. Our consultation will help you make an informed decision. There are thousands of options in franchising, find the one that is a good fit for your business and lifestyle goals.


Disclosure: Select Franchise Consulting/Trish Benedik/T A Benedik, LLC does not guarantee the financial performance of any franchise, licensed affiliate, or business opportunity.  The decision to purchase a franchise, licensed affiliate, or business opportunity must be based on the buyer’s independent research and analysis.  Select Franchise Consulting/Trish Benedik/T A Benedik LLC is not liable for any representation made by a franchisor and/or a franchisors employee, affiliate, or associate with respect to real estate, financial, operations, or marketing performance of the business being acquired.