Join your host Giuseppe Grammatico as he recaps the ten top takeaways gathered from the 2020’s most highlighted moments. Giuseppe has met and learned a lot from last year’s episodes; now, he’s going to consolidate everything in today’s quick review. In this episode, listen as he talks about money management, career decisions, and assessing employee ‘safety nets.’ In terms of goals, he’ll also be tackling takeaways from masterminds, goal building, micro habits, and the discussion on business ownership.
In this episode you will learn:
- Outsourcing and Cash Flow Management – The complexity of financials and paying yourself first.
- Achieve work-life balance by managing your calendar and your important rocks.
- Gather minds that think alike and work together.
- What is a safety net? What is your safety net?
- The reasons why people don’t accomplish their goals.
- And so much more!!
About Franchise Freedom:
In 2005, Giuseppe was living the life as a young executive on the rise. He worked with three of the largest financial firms in the country. Everything was going as planned for Giuseppe until his company went through a merger – but he didn’t. He was shown the door. Giuseppe landed on his feet only to have a merger at his new company result in a pink slip and a severance package.
At that point, Giuseppe had it with the risk of being a corporate executive, and his wife has had it with his two-plus hours of commute, coming home late, and him always feeling stressed – expected to say “how high?” when the company said “jump” anytime. So he escaped the corporate world and found entrepreneurship. Giuseppe invested in a franchise, became a master franchisee, and then a master franchisor. In short, he has worked on all sides of franchising since 2007.
Franchising has given his family the financial freedom they always wanted, and it’s given him the time to enjoy the money he’s made. Giuseppe works on his terms and building his wealth instead of lining the pockets of shareholders. Now, he helps other corporate executives decide if franchising might be the right move. Giuseppe has helped over a thousand people at this point.