You’ve spent years, maybe even a lifetime building your business… and now you’re ready to move on.
Selling your business will be one of the most important (and complex) decisions you will ever make. You owe it to yourself, your family, and your employees to do it right.
If you want to learn how to dramatically increase the value of your business… let’s get together for a private & confidential “strategy session” on the telephone.
We’ll discuss what you can do right now to maximize the value of your business no matter when you decide to sell it… next week or in 10 years!
SPECIAL REPORT – Business Continuity Blueprint
This “Special Report” is a MUST have for every business owner. In fact, this report might be the most valuable piece of paper in your business.
The report includes everything you need as a business owner to protect your family & your business, and ensure your legacy remains intact. Includes the 5 essential “Silver Bullets”.
I have also included a SAMPLE Business Continuity Plan you can use yourself or give to your attorney to use as a template. Just fill in the blanks.
As a business owner, you need to be prepared when opportunity strikes.
The two most common reasons owners sell their business are…
It’s a subject no one wants to talk about, but one way or another, it is 100% guaranteed you will leave your business.
Here are the 3 most important questions to help get you started on the right path.
There are certain times, as a business owner, when it is OK to accept something “less than the best” or to “compromise”.
Deciding who to hire to help sell your business is NOT one of those times.
Don’t compromise… hire the best!
Business owners have lots of questions when it comes to selling their business.
Here are the ones we hear most frequently and ones that you should get answers to before deciding to sell your business…
While everyone THINKS they know how the process of selling (or buying) a business works… the truth is:
1. The motivation to BUY a business is seldom money.
2. The motivation to SELL a business is seldom money.
There are some things in life that take time, no matter how much you want to rush them.
If you are interested in learning how to maximize (and protect) the value of your business, here is what to do now…
Did you know MORE than 70% of all business owners plan to eventually sell their business to an outside third party?
If you are in that group, my “Roadmap To The Successful Sale of Your Business” is a great place to start!
10. Business buyers don’t really know what they want to buy, but as in art, they will recognize it when they see it.
9. Buyers are overwhelmed with opportunities and don’t know how to separate the good from the bad.
Here are the 4 questions EVERY business buyer asks.
Sure, we’re all busy.
Even 12 year-old kids talk about how busy they are (well, maybe they text how busy they are!). Business owners are no different.
But it is fascinating to learn the thoughts that keep them up at night are shared by most other business owners.
For your business to be desirable to a buyer, there are 8 key questions that need answered:
1. Does the BUYER have the skills and knowledge to improve the business?
2. Does the BUYER have the financial resources to buy and run the business?
In Harvey McKay’s great book he tells a true story about a Professor Bonk (who taught chemistry at Duke University) to illustrate an important point about ethics and integrity.
First, integrity is always right.
Second, dishonesty can be a very risky business-right?