Franchising Your Intellectual Property (IP)
Your IP from a coaching or consulting program is difficult to impossible to protect in today's technological, information driven world.
Workshops requiring participants to sign a non-disclosure agreement doesn't help.
Your Certified Instructors provide little to no residual income. Antagonism and competition grow rather than nurturing, cooperation and camaraderie.
There is nothing new under the sun.
You have developed a concept or approach to a subject, content and/or skill that allows individuals to experience these ideas in a new and unique manner.
How can you protect your IP, allow it to flourish and benefit monetarily from its use?
How can you ensure the continuity of your concepts and approach so that future clients and students receive a consistent experience?