Your book offers advice for prospective franchise owners, but is the information you provide considered evergreen or will some of it become irrelevant based on economy and market changes? For example, business loan policies change with the ebb and flow of the economy. Does your book take into consideration economical changes when providing franchise purchase advice?
As the economy and business market continues to shift, does your book "Become a Franchise Owner" stay relevant or do you find yourself having to update it to add or remove information?
This is something I worried about when I was writing the book. Thanks for the reminder, Jenny!
My book is still very relevant. Things do change. But, the basics pretty much stay the same. I'm very happy about how my book has done. It's very "evergreen."