Imagine being trapped under the crushing weight of an office building. For years. No matter what you try, every attempt at escape is thwarted. Tons of concrete, steel, and glass loom over you. You begin to think there’s no way out. Stories like this rarely makes the news, yet they occur much more often than most people think.
Fortunately, this doesn’t have to happen to you – if you know how avoid being trapped in the first place. All it takes is a pen, paper, and the right help.
Music. Champagne. Fireworks. Noisemakers and party hats. Ring in the new year and ring in a whole new life. Without the nasty hangover. How? By starting to plan for your business exit now. Because no matter how long you’ve been in business, the time to starting planning your exit is immediately.
To quote Michael Jordon, “Some people want it to happen, some wish it would happen, others make it happen.” Sure, you can keep putting it off. But there are two very important things you stand to lose: namely, money and control. With some planning you can dramatically increase your ability to hang onto both. There are several options to consider.