Category Archives: Scott Greenberg

Scott Greenberg: Cause Marketing: Do Good, Do Well

Dear friend, exceptional human being, fantastic keynote speaker and cancer survivor, Scott Greenberg, sat down with me last week, just ahead of Cancer Survivor Week. We talked about many things, one of which I thought our franchise friends may be interested in…why cause marketing is particularly critical for your franchisees in today’s environment AND some…

3 Factors of Franchisee Success: Scott Greenberg

I sat down with one of our most booked and most loved franchise speakers, Scott Greenberg not long ago to talk about the keys to a successful franchisee. He talked about three factors and #3 may surprise you… If this message sounds like something that may fit as a game changer for your franchisees, let…

Scott Greenberg: Recruiting, Engaging & Retaining Employees with Intrinsic Motivation

I sat down recently with extraordinary franchise keynote speaker, Scott Greenberg, to talk about all things franchise: the top performing franchisee mindset, franchise culture, millennials, game-changing customer service, franchisor/franchisee relationships and more. As a past elite performing multi-unit franchisee himself, Scott has a unique perspective— and franchisees connect to it immediately. Here, Scott talks about…

Speakers Who Were Franchisees CONNECT!

Here’s the SPEAK! promise: Any speaker we recommend will be franchise savvy—they will understand the uniqueness of the zor/zee relationship. And this week we are featuring presenters that have walked a mile in the shoes of your franchisees, because they were franchisees themselves. They create a unique and instant connection with a franchisee audience. Check…

Scott Greenberg: Collective Mindset = Franchise Culture

SO many of our franchise friends know and love Scott Greenberg, and for good, no GREAT reason (we do too)! Scott has real-life, real-time experience running 2 award-winning franchise units of his own. With this history, Scott is lock step with franchisee audiences from the moment he takes stage. Scott’s passion is elevating franchisee performance—and…

Speakers Who Have Been Franchisees Recap plus one MORE! – TJ Schier

Over the last few weeks, we’ve featured speakers that have been or are franchisees, because they create a unique and instant connection with a franchisee audience. Following is a recap of those 4 speakers, plus one more—TJ Schier. He’s currently a multi-unit franchisee and his session at the 2015 National Restaurant Association Show was rated…

Scott Greenberg: The Missing Piece May Be Mindset.

As we continue to feature speakers who have experience as franchisees themselves, this week we are presenting Scott Greenberg, who has wowed SO many of our clients over the past few years with his insight , authenticity and spot on, customized message. Based on his experience as a multi-unit, awarding winning franchisee for over 10…

Why Franchising? You Don’t Need to Invent the Wheel to Make Money Selling It

Scott Greenberg opened his first Edible Arrangement franchise ten years ago in California (where competition is fierce) with great success, opened another 2 years ago, and also happens to be a 22-year motivational speaker. It’s incredibly valuable to have Scott on the SPEAK! roster because of his unique position of being a veteran speaker/trainer and…

SPEAK!s Top 10 Under 10

We are often asked by growing franchise systems with moderate speaker budgets about what quality of speaker they can get for an investment of $10,000 of under.  SPEAK! has searched out some great options so this week, we’re not sending you one clip, but 10!    Rick Lewis, Professional Misbehavor https://www.franchisespeakers.com/speakers/rick-lewis-2/  $9,500/$1,500 Flat Travel Fee,…

Mastering the Successful Franchisee Mindset

I always find it interesting to pay close attention to where people lay blame during challenging times, or when things go hay-wire. Some blame all the outside factors, taking the stance of a victim, and others look inside themselves, and figure out their part in the situation. This applies to all aspects of life, but…