The old-school “centralized, dogmatic approach” of famous franchisee task-masters – like Ray Croc of McDonald’s fame – needs to go, according to one franchise executive.

Helps women become money savvy. Married women tend to outlive their husbands, inheriting not just their late spouse’s wealth, but also the responsibilities for the household’s finances and investment accounts.

Money is more than just a bank balance or the cash in someone’s wallet. For retirement savers and investors, money represents a business they painstakingly built, the savings they accumulated through years of hard work, or the sacrifices made to prioritize financial goals.

 Keeping emotional investors on an even-keel. Today’s overabundance of up-to-the-minute media can send investors on an emotional rollercoaster—and there’s data to back that up.

Straight talk with restaurateur, Willie Degel.

"I was told my whole life, I'll be a regular Joe, and I'll barely survive. When I had a dream, my own friends used to tell me, ‘It won't work, you can't do it, it will never happen.’ And I used to tell them, ‘Fuck you man, I'm making this shit happen. I'm doing it!’"

Boosts Repeat Client Business. With an estimated 25 percent to 40 percent of all revenue from the most stable companies deriving from repeat customer spending, it's no secret building better relationships with your customers

The economy is looking up for entrepreneurs in 2017. Gallup’s U.S. Economic Confidence Index has remained steadily positive since last November, finishing the third week of March 11 points up to mark the 18th straight week of positive performance, the longest stretch since Gallup started daily tracking in 2008.

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