Science Made Fun Franchise

Written by: on August 22, 2019 @ 12:51 pm

Familiarity is comfortable. Familiarity feels safe, at least until the winds of change begin to blow. By the time you hear of gossip predicting financial collapse, it’s too late. Panic ensues, you’re left drowning in a sea of paranoid peers battling layoffs, bankruptcy and failure.

 

But how do you stay ahead? How do you build a blueprint to fend off the next recession? Embracing change while it’s still on the horizon allots yourself time to plan while you’re still intact. Changing before necessary is the hardest time to do so and feels a lot like welcoming grief. The bitter heartache accompanying recession becomes more avoidable when you reexamine current satisfaction.

But how do you stay ahead? How do you build a blueprint to fend off the next recession? Embracing change while it’s still on the horizon allots yourself time to plan while you’re still intact. Changing before necessary is the hardest time to do so and feels a lot like welcoming grief. The bitter heartache accompanying recession becomes more avoidable when you reexamine current satisfaction.

 

Owning a business is challenging but owning one with a proven record of financial hardiness is much more straightforward. High Touch High Tech has been operating franchises for 25 years, seeing growth despite multiple recessions. Parents and teachers demand our STEM education services through in-school field trips, after-school programs, birthday parties, and summer camps regardless of the economy’s status. We work in a business that sells itself, offering exciting science experiences to curious young minds.

Education is a focus in financial downturn. Education the one thing no one can take from you and may be your saving grace when workforce cutbacks are being made. Parents facing unemployment see education as a tool to provide their children financial successes in the future, a form of prosperity insurance. We at High Touch High Tech have seen this prioritization in action and have been fortunate to expand as a result.

Focus on change before it changes your state. Read more from Entrepreneur magazine about other business owners who decided to make premature adjustments.

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