Some of us are born with a natural talent., our brains just end up working a certain way. For some of us it’s sports or art; and for others, it’s mathematics or computer science. For GeorgeNaddaff, by the time he was 13 years old he was thinking like a franchiser. With just life experience and no formal education, Mr. Naddaff was able to become the national sales manager for a company called Stoll-O-Chair, teaching salesmen the art of selling. He later went on to be known as the ‘Guru of Franchising’, with companies such as KFC, then starting his own Living and Learning Schools and Boston Markets, and then a franchise business brokerage called VR Business Brokerages. Mr. Naddaff will share with you today his secrets to success, and trust me, it has nothing to do with an expensive piece of paper from a university.
-How childhood odd-jobs developed into a natural talent for franchising.
-Sales techniques and why you should never accept the answer, ‘no.’
-How others can be taught the skills and mindset of a franchising guru.
-What the average person needs to know before starting his/her own franchise.
You don’t want to miss today’s valuable lessons on franchising, entrepreneurship, and sales.
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