Growth

As business owners, we take great pride in our past, our business’ accomplishments and our own – association awards, anniversaries, and employee/customer success stories.  
 
But the reality is buyers don’t buy the past. Whether they are family or a third party, the #1 thing a buyer is buying is the future stream of profits.  For the owner it is an end, but for the... Read the Full Story

Financial Performance - Is there value in your financials?

Most business owners want to create wealth, exit on their terms, and empower the next generation to continue the legacy of their blood, sweat, and tears. There is only one way to make this happen – maximize the value of your business, NOW.  
 
Because if you wait, you will run out of runway and won’t maximize your business value. It happens all the time.
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Most business owners want to create wealth, exit on their terms, and empower the next generation to continue the legacy of their blood, sweat, and tears. There is only one way to make this happen – maximize the value of your business, NOW.  Because if you wait, you will run out of runway. It happens all too often.
 
How do you maximize value?  Focus... Read the Full Story

One thing I can guarantee every business owner – 100% of them will exit their business at some point in time. The question is will it be on their terms or someone else’s?
 
Business is hard.  Trying to grow while dealing with all the challenges presented by employees, customers, competitors, vendors, and banks is challenging. Seems... Read the Full Story

As I’ve shared in my last blog Processes – Part 1, a company cannot scale up without sound processes in place. Creating processes is important. Documenting them is even more critical.
 
What every successful company has - and what every wanna-be-great company needs... Read the Full Story

This is Part 1 of our Blog on PROCESSES
 
Ever wonder how Amazon grew to become the world’s largest internet retailer? Or how NASA successfully put astronauts into space? Or how you can scale up your company? Simple. Processes.
 
Wikipedia defines a process as “a set of activities that interact to achieve a result.” ... Read the Full Story

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