Matt Miller – Should I Franchise It?

Matt Miller - Should I Franchise It?

Matt Miller – Should I Franchise It?

In this episode of the DREAM. THINK. DO. podcast, Mitch Matthews talks with successful entrepreneur Matt Miller. After 9 years as an Air Force pilot, Matt transitioned to the private sector where he bounced around in the advertising and medical device industries before finally pursuing his dream of starting a business. It was only after hitting rock bottom that he finally was able to achieve this dream and learned to develop the right mindset to get him there.

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Not all of us have the dream figured out.

In fact, sometimes trial and error is the only way to get there.

On the next DREAM, THINK DO episode, I speak with successful entrepreneur Matt Miller who started out knowing only that he wanted to spend his time doing what he is passionate about, and spending that time with the people he is passionate about.

After a series of ups and downs over 10 years, and no small amount of trial and error, Matt has been able to reach his dream of starting a successful business and now helps others achieve their own goal of financial independence.   

It’s not enough for Matt to teach the moms and dads how to become entrepreneurs; he’s also passionate about teaching kids an entrepreneurial mindset as a central focus of his vending machine franchise business.  

If you aren’t sure how to accomplish your dream, or maybe don’t even know what your dream is, you should check out this inspiring story.

In this episode, you will…

  • Hear how to develop the mindset to start your own business
  • Learn about the importance of passive income
  • Gain awareness of how duplication can help you
  • Learn how to accomplish your goals by focusing on each day at a time

Episode Resources:

How to Live Your Dream – Matt’s free ebook on getting started in the vending business


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