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The Other Side of Succession How to Boost the Value of Your Business up to 70 Percent in Five Years or Less,  Get Out of the Day to Day or Sell Out, Take the Money & Run by James Grew

The Other Side of Succession How to Boost the Value of Your Business up to 70 Percent in Five Years or Less, Get Out of the Day to Day or Sell Out, Take the Money & Run

by James Grew

188 pages
Succession wisdom, distilled here, can help your big decisions deliver great results.

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Category: Business:Management
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About the Book
Don’t even think about getting out of your business before you read this book.

Early on in my career an attorney friend explained the real¬ity of starting a company. She said, “Any fool can start a busi¬ness and with a little luck be successful… But getting out is the hard part.”

Getting out is the hard part.

Believing in “Purchase Fairies” is not an answer (see The Fourth Way).

Getting bottled up in minutiae will cause you to miss the big picture.

Not knowing what you’re going to do when every day is a Saturday is a major project without a plan.

This is not the sort of problem you grapple with every day.

This book and Jim’s wisdom can help you find answers.

What is on the other side of the exit is your choice.

An exit strategy is only half the equation. That dark room that awaits you on the other side of the door could be the op¬portunity of a lifetime for you and others.

You need to take into account all the individuals your deci¬sions will impact.

And you need to do so before you go through the door.

This book and Jim’s wisdom can help you exit in style.

Whether you keep a hand in or take the money and run is for you to choose.

No matter at what age you consider your options, you should look at all of them.

A complete sell out can be to a partner, your family, your employees, an outside buyer, a consortium, or competitor.

A partial sale can alleviate day-to-day responsibilities while assuring all concerned that the business will go on.

Investigate the choices. Let yourself excel in succession as you have in business.

This book and Jim’s wisdom can help you make the right choices.

Will YOU write the story of your legacy?

All of us that build businesses leave a legacy. You have a choice: Write it yourself or let it be written by others.

Want the family to continue in the business? Make it so.

Want the principled approach you brought to this enterprise to stand longer? Find a way to do it.

Want the employees to be certain of their jobs? Make it part of an agreement.
This book and Jim’s wisdom can help you write your legacy.

Jim’s wisdom, distilled in this book can help you with the big decisions.

It will not get into the infinite details of mergers and acquisi¬tions.

It will not discuss how to negotiate a deal or write the agree¬ment or look good for the due diligence.

It will tell you how to strategize your succession and how to make your business more successful and desirable regard¬less of what you decide.

This book and Jim’s wisdom can help you craft dramatically better outcomes as you approach the other side of the door.

P.S. Beyond succession, there are hundreds of tips to boost the success of your busine

 

 

About the Author
James Grew Jim Grew, the Business Defogger and Accelerator, has led 9 businesses, worked in 31 companies at C-level and is an expert in strategy and executive lead¬ership. Jim holds an MBA degree from Stanford University. He helps leaders discover hidden opportunities within their businesses and exploit them for dramatic results.

 

 

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