Monthly Archives: August 2013

8 Critical Factors for Any Succession Plan

8 Critical Factors for Any Succession Plan

As I presented in my previous post Succession Planning vs. Exit Planning Which Do You Use?, the primary goal of any succession plan is leadership transfer.  So, you can imagine that things can get a little tricky.

One of the biggest reasons is that most succession plan checklists out there seem to focus on the transaction aspects of the transfer.…

 
How to Get the Most Out of Life

How to Get the Most Out of Life

My wife paid me the highest compliment this week. And she didn’t even realize she did it .

We were on vacation and just browsing the shops on the beach.  She saw the little card in the photo and said “hey Dino, this has you written all over it!”

I read the card and instantly took a photo of it with my phone.  …

 
Succession Planning vs. Exit Planning Which Do You Use?

Succession Planning vs. Exit Planning Which Do You Use?

Often the terms succession planning and exit planning get used interchangeably.  However, there is a definitive difference between the two. It’s important as a business owner that you understand the difference.

  • Succession planning focuses on transferring the power or leadership of a company.
 
Successful Succession Planning – 9 Things to Consider!

Successful Succession Planning – 9 Things to Consider!

Succession planning is something too many small business owners think about too late!  Many don’t even think about succession planning because they believe that they will just sell their and that’s the end of it.

However, even with the sale of a business succession planning is critical. …

 
3 Stages to Rapidly Achieving a Self-Sustaining Business

3 Stages to Rapidly Achieving a Self-Sustaining Business

Last week I introduced the correlation between the growth cycle and creating a self-sustaining business in my post “What Is a Self-Sustaining Business?”.  This week I’d like to share how to begin moving toward making your business self-sustaining!

Achieving a self-sustaining business is easy enough. …