The life of the party. The social butterfly. The center of attention.
If this is you, you’re probably an extrovert. An extrovert is commonly described as someone who is energized by crowds and interaction with the external world.
If this is you and you have inclinations toward franchising, see the reasons below as to why franchising may actually be a perfect fit for you.
There is almost nothing an extrovert loves more than networking. The buzz, the connection, the opportunity to meet new people is exhilarating.
People need people for franchising to work, and your natural proclivities make it easy for you to make those connections and utilize them for your business. Goals are often met as a group effort—and lucky for you, you have the ability to rally a group of supporters to gain trust, hard-won wisdom and synergy that many introverts only wish they did.
Extroverts, by definition, thrive on being around people. How many articles have been written about people management skills, employee relations or customer service?
These are all things that come a bit more naturally for extroverts than introverts. With your preference to talk things out, speaking to a person face-to-face rather than through asynchronous communication is a great skill to utilize in your franchise.
Extroverts usually remain much more open-minded and optimistic than introverts, and this can go a long way when you’re running a business.
As a general rule, extroverted people are approachable and easy to like. Internally, this is a game-changer when you’re managing a team. Externally, this can mean customer service is an out of the park experience for everyone you interact with.
When there is a problem and both employees and customers feel as though they can approach you without having to walk on eggshells, this opens the door to meaningful, and productive, interactions.
The right franchise is out there for you, and I’m ready to help you find it. Contact us today to see what options are available!