Four Simple Steps

A quick gallery displaying the four basic steps to go from an idea to business ownership. Sure, it will take time (less than you think), may include hard work (what worthwhile accomplishment doesn’t?) and take you out of your comfort zone (see: hard work).

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Most people tackle Discovery and Validation in ninety (90) days, but everyone is encouraged to proceed at their own pace.

If you have been curious about franchise ownership, why not check it out?

What have you got to … gain?

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New blog at Always Best Care – Florida West on www.FranchiseWithAlwaysBestCare.com

From Forbes: Biggest Trends in Franchising

With the youngest members of the so-called Baby Boomer segment of the population hitting their 50s, there’s a growing demand for companion care, assisted living, in-home care and transportation. Franchisers are hustling to fill this void.

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Ask us how you can create your future with    Always Best Care in Tampa Bay.

Always Best Care has been a leader in Companion Care, In-Home Care and Assisted Living Referral Services since 2007!  And we are adding Skilled Care service in offices around the country.

To read more click: Forbes Article

For more details on the company, click Always Best Care

For more about franchise opportunities, click Franchise With Always Best Care

Always Best Care on the Radio

Radio on airComing up next Tuesday on the nationally syndicated Ray Lucia Show is an interview with Always Best Care’s Boston-area franchisee, David Robinson.  Don’t miss it – Tuesday, July 21, 12:35pm Eastern time.

Ray’s show is broadcast live every day.

Q: What support will Always Best Care (ABC) be able to offer at start-up and during operations?

A:  Each owner is unique and brings his/her/their own talents, but Always Best Care (ABC) provides an array of training, national and local support to help optimize operations.

In regions that have an Area Representative (AR) that support will be relatively close (in state, or even in town).  Where no AR is present, support is provided by regional field trainers and/or Field Support Office personnel.

fancy compass 14Locally, around Tampa Bay, we help with Pre-training and provide Field Training; we provide access to our network of local industry relationships with both referral sources and community partners.  On an on-going basis, we will provide help with strategic planning, marketing, P & L and operations.  Our unique “pre-heating” strategy has proven to be successful, too!

In addition, there is an array of award-winning marketing materials and programs to help get the word out.  Field Support Office (FSO) personnel can help with technical issues, as well as national programs and strategic direction.

There is no way to convey the breadth and depth of support in just a few paragraphs.  We welcome the opportunity to discuss these issues during Discovery and Validation.

“What Does a Typical Owner Look Like,” Part Two

Once upon a time, …

Actually the ‘back story’ for many of owners involves fifteen, or more, years in a mid-level to senior management positions, usually, of increasing responsibility.  They have led departments or divisions of companies of varying sizes and industries, so they are comfortable with managing people and budgets.  Over the years they have invested and saved, and/or maintained a respectable retirement account and built equity in their homes.  They are confident in their abilities and secure enough to strike out on their own.

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In addition to their business experience, they enjoy giving back to the community through Little League, Girl Scouts, their churches, Meals on Wheels, PTA, Booster Clubs, Chambers of Commerce, and a multitude of other community service outlets.  Some simply provide volunteer hours, others gravitate to leadership positions.

Many have had personal encounters with the issues facing the elderly and bring that empathy to bear when helping clients.  Others have seen the need to help through their charity or community service efforts and want to do more.

Regardless of their specific background or motivation to join the Always Best Care family, they have that unique combination of “Fire and Heart” – the desire to create and lead a group toward making a difference in the lives of local seniors.

Sound like someone you know?

What are the Keys to Success?

JR Question

This is an industry and business built on caring and on building relationships.  First and foremost is a focus on leading your team to provide exemplary care and service to clients.  Those clients will very likely come from relationships with various referral sources and partners.  Establishing and nurturing those relationships is the basis to growing the business.

As always, we welcome the opportunity to discuss this, or any other question, in greater detail.