- Paul vacationed in South America and realized that corporate America was not where he wanted to be
- Paul then combined all of the things that he enjoyed and was good at
- Paul bought one franchise (TGA) and grew it into 4 franchises
- So he sold them, like a boss, and is now in charge of business development for TGA
- Timing was everything when Paul sold his franchises
- Customer service is evident no matter what position you hold in a company
- Making sure that the customers feel their needs are met is crucial
- Consumers can get just about anything, anywhere nowadays
- Most services and products are being sold as commodities
- So doing the little things (i.e. answering emails, returning phone calls, connecting on more than just a business level) matters more than ever
- Reputation plays a massive role when approaching schools, especially in 2016, to implement your program
- You need to try your best to be the expert in your field
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