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FPP - Ab (Franchisee Personality Profile - Abridged - general version) - Sample Report

Report for: John Smith
Completion: January 24, 2011 at 12:00 pm

detailed results
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.

Overall Results

Based on John's scores, he seems like a person who has few obstacles to overcome before fitting comfortably into the role of franchisee. Ideally, entrepreneurs have good people skills, can lead and manage people effectively, and can find motivation to succeed beyond simple financial compensation and status. In addition, franchisees need to be willing to contribute to the company as a whole and follow the rules and regulations that have been established.
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