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“Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.”

~ Benjamin Franklin


According to the Small Business Administration (SBA), “About half of all new establishments survive five years or more and [only] about one-third survive 10 years or more.” So, basically, that means that  approximately 70% of small businesses will eventually fail. In fact, many experts today believe that statistic is closer to 90% or 9 out of 10.

Robert Kiyosaki said, “Nine out of ten businesses fail; so I came up with a foolproof plan — create ten businesses.” While we love Kiyosaki’s approach, we’ve learned here at FUSE that there are three main reasons why most businesses fail and we’ve taken those needs and created the solution!


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Three Main Reasons Most Businesses Fail…

There are three main reasons entrepreneurs with untapped potential are held back from reaching their next level of success:

Lack of  clarity.

 

Lack of resources.

 

Lack of knowledge.

 

…And How To Make Sure Yours Doesn’t

FUSE Business Training was established in an effort to help entrepreneurs actively, continuously, and strategically grow their business on a regular basis by working [on] their business instead of [in] their business.

We’ve designed hundreds of training courses that teach you everything you need to know (and do) to move your business to the next level from starting a business to making money while you sleep – and everything in between!

These courses are HANDS-ON, so you don’t just hear the information, you are actually completed the tasks IN CLASS and walk away each week one step closer to success because you’ve already completed a crucial task with the guidance of a business growth expert.

Each class is built around Fun, Useful, Strategic, and Easy-to-implement tools and strategies. We’ve mastered these important skills and tasks and broken them down into Fun, Useful, Strategic, and Easy-to-understand training courses.

Courses build off of one another, and help you build a habit of working [on] your business instead of [in] your business. Let’s face it, working [in] your business will provide you today’s income, but working [on] your business will provide tomorrow’s retirement and should be practiced weekly!


“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.”

~ Aristotle