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7 Things You Can Do If Your Business Is Not Saleable

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Topics: for business owners, exit planning, business exit planning, leaving your business


How Advisors Can Help With Exit Planning

exit planning Business owners who are over fifty years old are often interested to learn about options they have for leaving their business.  They often want to know what steps they should take and to learn what the best steps are for them to take.

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Topics: exit planning, business exit planning, for advisors, leaving your business


Are Business Succession Planning and Exit Planning Different?

Effective Succession Planning I was recently at a conference where after I told people what I did they kept referring my work to business succession planning.  I kept correcting them to say that I did business exit planning as part of my work.

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Topics: communication, exit planning, business exit planning, leaving your business


10 Reasons We Like Change

changeThat’s right, we like change.  Without change many of us would be out of a job or a business.  The world changes and we need to learn to change along with it….not to far in front, but enough that we can take advantage of new things as they come down the pike.

Change is often seen as a problem.  It always requires us to do things a little bit differently and often causes some inconvenience.  It’s the inconvenience or un-comfortableness that often keeps from making the changes we need to make.

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Topics: starting a business, business exit planning, leaving your business, financial services, Change, better jobs


Perma-Five…..Why You Just Might Be Stuck

 billboard stuck 1116867iI’ve been a fan of the phrase perma-five for over thirty years.  The term started as one where a business owner is stuck.  Now, when I use it the term it’s usually around business owners not willing or able to think an exit from their business.

When you have a permanent five year plan on the same topic you are in perma-five.  Unless you take specific actions around this issue, you will likely stay in this state for a very long time.  The world might change and you could be rescued, but changes will likely come only if and when you change what you’re doing.

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Topics: retirement planning, retirement, financial planning, exit planning, business exit planning, leaving your business, perma-five


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