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You’ve Spent Years Building Your Business
- Worked 7 days a week, evenings, and weekends
- Made payroll and managed expenses
- You’re responsible for generating sales and signing agreements
You Deserve to Reap The Benefits
- 40% of small businesses today earn 60% of the revenues; those businesses are franchises
- We can give you advantages those 40% of businesses share, that enable their new owners to understand and begin taking ownership for daily operations
- This will enable you to step away from your business
- And it will enable them to pay you for the opportunity to successfully own and manage the business in your absence
Someone Wants To Buy And Operate Your Successful Business
- They want to understand and take ownership for daily operations of your business
- Theres someone who wants to follow in your footsteps, to nurture and continue to build your healthy business
- They’re willing to pay you for the opportunity
- They need your help (for a while) to understand and begin taking ownership for daily operations
Retire wealthy and continue the legacy of your successful business
- You’re ready to step away from your business
- By applying the tools used by franchises, we can enable you to successfully and profitably transfer ownership and successful management of your business to your successor
- And it will enable them to take ownership of your business
Don’t Throw It All Away
- Your customers love you, and your business has reliable future sales
- You need a workable transition plan
- You must prepare the business to transition successfully, so it can continue when you’re no longer involved
- We can help you built your business to deliver maximum value to you in the transition
Let Me Show You How
- Quantify business risk and verify potential.
- Create a reliable, repeatable operating plan.
- Identify a worthy successor.
- Transition control in stages.
- Enjoy your financial and calendar flexibility!
Connect With Me
- Learn more about me and this blog
- Contact me through social media