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Business Personality Assessment

What kind of franchise business will match your skills and even more important…your personality?

Answering that question up front will save you tons of time and grief during your search. And to convince you that I offer the most personalized set of selection services, I’m inviting you to take this free business skills assessment offered by one of the most highly regarded research firms in the country. They help dozens of franchisors select the best candidates available…those that will thrive in their corporate culture and go on to great success.

PLANNING TOOLS

Business Personality Assessment

What kind of franchise business will match your skills and even more important…your personality?

Answering that question up front will save you tons of time and grief during your search. And to convince you that I offer the most personalized set of selection services, I’m inviting you to take this free business skills assessment offered by one of the most highly regarded research firms in the country. They help dozens of franchisors select the best candidates available…those that will thrive in their corporate culture and go on to great success.

It all starts with understanding yourself.

Prepare yourself. This isn’t some cheapo quiz. It will take about 30 minutes and you’ll receive a FREE personal assessment whether we talk again or not. I’m laying my cards on the table in the hope you’ll see how committed I am to work with serious candidates that want to change their lives and fortunes. Let’s get going.

If you’re seriously considering a franchise investment, I highly recommend you complete the SpotOn Entrepreneur Profile by going to this link. This profile was developed by Zoracle’s founder Rebecca Monet, a research scientist who has studied the specific criteria that determine a successful franchisee. It will help align you with the appropriate franchise system based on these criteria.

Former president of the American Psychological Association, Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, the world’s leading researcher on positive psychology, states the following …

“People will be more inclined to take on a task if they believe they can succeed. People generally avoid tasks where their self-efficacy is low, but will engage in tasks where their self-efficacy is high. People with a self-efficacy significantly beyond their actual ability often overestimate their ability to complete tasks, which can lead to difficulties. On the other hand, people with a self-efficacy significantly lower than their ability are unlikely to grow and expand their skills. Research shows that the ‘optimum’ level of self-efficacy is a little above ability, which encourages people to tackle challenging tasks and gain valuable experience.”

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