Acceler8Success Cafe Monday 4.15.19


“Never wait for the alarm clock to wake you up; your passion must wake you up against sluggish lifestyles. Positive passion keeps you hot until the work it finished!”


Israelmore Ayivor, Dream Big!: See Your Bigger Picture! 

How to Quit Your Job and Achieve Entrepreneurial Freedom in 6 Steps

A massive shift in the U.S. workforce is happening right now. U.S. workers are quitting their jobs at the fastest rate since the internet boom 20 years ago. It’s not surprising. Research shows a staggering 87% of employees worldwide not being engaged at work. They’re not being utilized to their fullest potential. U.S. freelancers jumped by 8.1% over the last three years. Fast Company reports freelancers will be the majority of the U.S. workforce by 2027. Read more.

The Honest Truth Why People Become Entrepreneurs, Even Though It’s The Toughest Job Of All

Why This Solopreneur Chose Freelancing Over Expanding His Business

How Franchising Builds Up Local Communities

Franchise locations help drive local economies, according to the 2016 Economic Impact of Franchised Businesses report: “Taking into account the indirect impact of franchised businesses, business format franchises support more than 13.2 million jobs, $1.6 trillion in economic output for the U.S. economy and 5.8 percent of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP).”

With ownership that promotes local communities, franchising creates new businesses that bring new or enhanced products into local markets and add new services to local economies. More than 60 percent of all jobs added annually in the U.S. occur in small businesses, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. It is not the major employers, the largest companies in the U.S. who are the main job creation engines in the country. It is small businesses like franchises. Read more.

The Franchising Future: Ten Reasons Why Millennials Can Make Perfect Franchisees

How to Get Past the Fear of Buying a Franchise

How Master Developers Champion Franchise Brands

60 Sara Blakely Quotes That Will Empower You

Wanna Become an Entrepreneur, Ladies? Here’s What to Keep in Mind

Why I Don’t Like Being Labeled a Female Entrepreneur

Haven’t we reached the point in our society where we’ve stopped delineating between the capabilities of each gender? Can’t we just focus on the subject of entrepreneurship without breaking it down further? Read more.

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Acceler8Success Cafe Friday 4.12.19

How do you like our new tagline, ‘Entrepreneurship Served Daily’?

From Athlete To Entrepreneur: Exploring The Process

Process is the fuel that energizes progress. Yet many entrepreneurs view process as a dirty word reserved for General Electric and Six Sigma classes. When a fledgling business has no structure in place to manage common business issues and conflicts, the entrepreneur is left to plug the holes with whatever is on hand.

Your “go to” strategy is to plug your fingers and toes into as many holes as you can, as fast as you can. If the day’s crises are particularly bad, you might need your tongue or an elbow. After all, we entrepreneurs are pretty resourceful. You may slow the tide for a day, but it’s very likely that more holes will show up tomorrow—more than you can manage with your extremities.

Read the full story here.

Seven Ways To Improve Your Success As An Entrepreneur

Unintended Entrepreneurs: Sometimes it’s a Matter of Survival

Many Entrepreneurs Make This Big Mistake With Their Finances

Small Business, Big Lessons: Running a Successful Franchise

Creating Your Career 2.0 on Franchising & You #podcast

This week on Franchising & You the discussion focuses on doing what it takes to achieve self-sufficiency when transitioning into Career 2.0. Our guest is Terry Powell, Visionary Founder of The Entrepreneur’s Source, North America’s leading alternative career coaching franchise. Terry shares his extensive experience coaching thousands of individuals toward owning their desired outcome – Income, Lifestyle, Wealth & Equity.

Providing insight that it may be time to take control of your professional life by creating Your Career 2.0, taking a deep dive into owning your own business, Terry is proud of his long-standing process that has led to approximately 95% of The Entrepreneur’s Source clients choosing business ownership options they admittedly would have never looked at on their own, or had thought of, and had prematurely dismissed.

Listen here LIVE or On-demand after the show.

To Succeed As An Entrepreneur, Cultivate Resilience

Navigating Business Partnerships as an Entrepreneur

Entrepreneurs – Here’s How to Lower Your Small Business Taxes

This Entrepreneur Wants to Cure the Sick with High-Quality Cannabis

The story of this serial entrepreneur goes back to the 1990s, when he had built a small regional chain of stores in British Columbia. In 1998, Zwicky began developing the online version of its stores on its own as a separate business model, and later developed a full-service online marketing agency specializing in SEO.

However, his focus shifted six years ago. People very close to him began experiencing health issues such as terrible nerve pains, and symptoms of the early stages of Parkinson’s and other diseases that can be devastating.

“I saw them try medicinal cannabis products such as creams or topical oils and the like, and I saw the effect these medications had on them,” Zwicky says. “That allowed me to recognize that there was something big and unknown about medical cannabis and I wanted to learn more.”


Plena Global founder and CEO Richard Zwicky

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Acceler8Success Cafe Wednesday 4.10.19

Thoughts That a Beginner Should Have in His Mind on Entrepreneurship

Hurdles which are associated with the journey of entrepreneurship deter many people even before the start of the promising ideas. Several startup owners do feel how their journey can lead them towards the desired goal, what can they do to make it successful and what they should have done in the past are a few things that keep on discouraging a beginner before the start of the journey.

It is a fact that listening to success stories of great people who successfully made it keeps on inspiring. Such inspiring stories allow the beginner to come closer to their dream. However, it is also true that for every successful entrepreneur there are several failed attempts. You might be working for a well-established company, but still not be able to put your views and ideas. By becoming an entrepreneur you have the biggest opportunity to come out of the crowd, create an inspiring story for others, stand strongly with the financial freedom everyone yearns for. Read more!

This Entrepreneur Sold 4 Companies For Over $1 Billion Following These 3 Steps

Starting a Business – Your 5 Must-have Resources

Buying a Small Business Can Lead to Shocks You Never Saw Coming

Small Business Owners Remain Mostly Confident

Marcus Lemonis Meets One of Lebanon’s First Craft Beer Makers

Restaurants to add 1.6M jobs by 2029

What You Should Know About Using A Franchise Broker To Buy A Franchise

Women In Business: Is Franchising in Your Future?

American Express, in its annual State of Women-Owned Business Report for 2018, found that women-owned businesses opened at a net rate of 1,821 businesses per day. Its findings give insights into the overall state of female entrepreneurship. Among its key findings:

  • Between 1972, when the U.S. Census Bureau began tracking ownership by gender, and 2018, the number of women-owned businesses grew 31 times larger, from 402,000 to 12.3 million.
  • Employment in women-owned companies grew 40 times larger, from 230,000 to 9.2 million in the same time period. Annual revenue grew from $8.1 billion to $1.8 trillion.
  • In the past 11 years, the number of women-owned businesses with more than $1 million in annual sales grew by 46 percent, compared to 12 percent growth for all U.S. businesses. Those high-earning firms account for 69 percent of all revenue and 68 percent of total employment among all women-owned companies. Read more.

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