NOT RETIREMENT: A GREAT BUSINESS EXIT NEEDS A GREAT AFTER-EXIT
NOT Retirement: A Great Business Exit Needs a Great After Exit - 75% of owners who sell their businesses have post-sale regrets. This YOUTUBE workshop discusses how planning for your life after your business is key to a grand exit. Watch guest speaker Ed Britton introduce: NOT Retirement a guide to creating a great ‘after exit.’ In it he talks about:
The movement away from traditional retirement
Inspiration from a NOT Retirement case study
Why commit to your NOT Retirement
Creating your own NOT retirement
Tools for the best thing you’ve ever done!
Guest Speaker: Ed Britton - Ed has worked in higher education and as a private practice coach for over 15 years. He has a Master's Degree in Leadership (Royal Roads U., Canada), has extensive international working experience, and is a past Director of Development for the International Association of Coaching.
This is a “Networkshop™”; an experiential event where people connect & collaborate in small group discussions to transform these ideas into invaluable takeaways they can use immediately.
Have a look, we promise it will be worth your while if you are preparing to sell your business.
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Remember, only 1 in 10 owners exit successfully, will you? If you want to exit in the next 5 years and you aren't transitioning already, you are setting yourself up for failure. If you want an outside opinion on your exit readiness, and the things you can do to maximize value such as incorporating ESG, we have a pro-bono exit readiness assessment you can do in 5 minutes, that will give you some great insight, at no cost, no risk and no obligation. MExit – Value Builder PREScore - https://score.valuebuildersystem.com/prescore/proactv-business-solutions-inc/robert-welke
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