Start a business or buy a franchise? Career waves of success and anguish.
July 8th, 2011
Michael Cavanaugh’s three decades of career waves include lots of peaks and troughs — highs of satisfying successes and lows of painful and personal anguish. From award-winning VP of Creative Services to losing everything and starting from scratch. Surf career waves together with Michael on Friday’s show.
Gary Prenevost is “The Entrepreneurial Franchise Guy.” He sold business licenses until realizing he wanted his own license. Eventually Gary realized he wanted to help others achieve their life goals through living the entrepreneurial dream, and joined FranNet where he and a partner help clients like Parker MacDonald…
July 1 was the virtual ribbon cutting ceremony for Keylingo Translations’ Toronto office, headed by Parker MacDonald. Parker chose this franchise after searching for a great business opportunity, considering options like solar energy, before connecting with FranNet and being introduced to Keylingo. Tune in because Gary and Parker’s stories twist and turn in unexpected ways that help you understand your own unexpected opportunities.
Insight from June 17 Career Buzz: “Stay true to your intent, keep busy, and do an inventory at least once a year,” said Helene Vukovich about what she’s learned about managing her career. Helene is Associate Dean in the Faculty of Business, Arts and Design at George Brown College. She leads the Centre for Business and the Centre for Arts and Design. Hear the whole inspiring interview.