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Success leaves a trail, clues, and hints…

Kevin Hudson

Whether you are taking the first steps to change your lifestyle to a better, healthier one, or starting a new business, there is no reason to go it alone.

When you step up and decide to get started with new venture you must first find a person who has done it before. With the informational age in full swing there is no shortage of someone who has done it before. That’s a huge reason franchises are an awesome way to start one’s own business. Becoming an entrepreneur is no easy task but if the road has been braved previously, it’s a no brainer.

Normally, 80% of all small businesses fail in the first 2 years, and the next 10% fail within the first 5 years. That leaves only 10% of businesses that make it past the first 5 years.

Starting a franchise drops the risk significantly. The leg work has been done and the proof is there. Here at 9round, Shannon ‘the Cannon’ Hudson has worked tirelessly to make sure each new franchisee comes on board pure, pumped, and positive. They come into the fitness world with a packaged product, everything they need to run a successful business and change lives.

If fitness is your passion then 9round is the perfect option, a small investment, small space, and potentially big dividends a wait. If fitness isn’t your passion then you need to find it.

As Mark Twain said, ‘I’ve made my vacation, my vocation.’ Others have said, ‘do what you love and you’ll never work a day in your life. Make you passion your profession.

With the vast amounts of information at your fingertips and a new franchise concept for every thinkable business concept, there is very little chance you cannot find your niche.

America was founded on the principle of being your own boss. People like Henry Ford, Andrew Carnegie, Rockefeller, etc found a need and a niche and look how our life has changed because of them. Heck without Bill Gates, this stupid little thing that looks like a small television probably wouldn’t operate. Michael Dell built computers in his garage, look at the fortune he’s built.

That’s whole different can of worms. Why our educational system focuses on building an employee instead of building an entrepreneur. I’ll save that for next time. God Bless.

-Kevin “Hurricane” Hudson

Kevin Hudson
Kyoshi Kevin “Hurricane” Hudson began training in martial arts at the age of eight. At 13 he decided he wanted to be a world champion kickboxer and dedicated his life to helping others become better through martial arts training. Kyoshi began training for the ring early and began competing as a teenager.