Today we will have a meaningful conversation with Elis Salamone, an entrepreneur, a board-certified Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner, and an Army/Air Force Combat Veteran. She will delve into a deeper meaning of failure and success, the importance of planning, looking at the pros and cons when transitioning, and much more.
04:05- Looking at pros and cons in transitioning
04:35- Don't move for a job, but to a place with a support system
12:39- The meaning of failure and its relevance to success
13:36- Combating the unconscious biases of being a military woman of color in the civilian world
19:33- Elis is helping people through coaching methodology figure out if entrepreneurship through franchising is the right pivot for them.
22:29- The beauty of franchising
22:44- Veterans are the most successful franchise owners because they know how to follow a system
3 Key Points:
When you get out of the military, be careful where you move to, don't move for a job, but move to a place where you have a support system.
Failure is not the end, but it's just another stepping stone to success. Re-engage, pivot, and go in a different direction as you learn from it.
Franchising is a very successful business model where most veterans became successful owners because they know how to follow a system.
“When you're transitioning or decide to get out of the military, make sure to look at all the pros and cons and have some sort of plan.”- Elis Salamone
“You can't keep on doing the same thing and expect a different result.”- Elis Salamone
“Failure is a failure if you don't learn from it. It's just another stepping stone to success.”-Elis Salamone