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What will your next business card say?

When we meet with a prospective client who is considering the sale of a company, we ask what is going to be on their next business card.


Why? Without a plan moving forward, the seller may have ‘seller’s remorse’ and and not support the sale process to the end.  


What is your business card going to say?

Couch Potato:        Sit on the couch watch soap operas, Fox or CNN

Traveler:                Travel to visit friends and places

Golfer:                  Tune up your game and play golf twice a week

Caretaker:              Provide care to a loved one

Woodworker:         Make furniture

Volunteer:              Work two days a week at a local hospital

Tutor:                   Teach kids who have special challenges

Consultant:            Join a consulting firm

Pilot:                     Join a flying club and learn how to fly


Bottom Line: If you are considering the sale of your company, know what your next business card is going to say before you commit to the sale process.  

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"I can’t begin to express how grateful we are for your help and guidance with the sale of our business.  You managed to lay out every step we needed to do.  You found us the perfect buyer and held our hands to the very end. When we look back on the whole experience, we realize that it could have been a nightmare without you.  We felt as though you were always by our side to either answer questions or to just calm our nerves.  We would highly recommend you to anyone looking to sell their business. Your experience and knowledge in everything from valuation to marketing to execution of all the little details made all the difference."

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