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FPP-AbR (Franchisee Personality Profile - Abridged - restaurant version) - Sample Report

Report for: John Smith
Completion: August 9, 2012 at 10:04 am

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strengths & limitations
Owning one’s own business is a challenging and exciting prospect, and many people dream about eschewing employment and stepping out on their own. It’s no wonder – being an entrepreneur offers greater freedom, personal responsibility and potential financial payoff than working as an employee. However, with these advantages comes risk, and lots of it! According to the US Small Business Administration, only between 30 and 50 percent of small businesses survive the first five years. Owning and operating a franchise is another way to own your own enterprise. You will still be an entrepreneur, but you are associated with an established name and can follow an established framework, one that has been shown to be successful.

Personality Type: Motivator
Motivators have a knack for connecting with clients and employees alike. Their strong family and community values significantly influence their approach to work, so there’s no doubt this type will go out of their way to ensure that everyone is treated fairly and with respect. As such, they may sometimes base their decisions on what will make others happy rather than what will benefit the company. Motivators are passionate about their job, and are constantly striving to improve not only their personal performance, but also the productivity of their staff and the overall success of the franchise. They are fairly ambitious people, and can generally adapt to any environment they find themselves in. Motivators know they have to keep abreast of market changes in order to remain competitive, and as such, aren’t afraid to take calculated business risks when necessary and shake things up a little.
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