You don’t plan to work forever … but do you know what’s next?
You know that day is coming—or maybe it’s already here—when you want to cut back. Not be so involved in every little thing. When you can retire, sell the company, pass it down—and enjoy a new chapter of life that’s not consumed by the daily demands of the business.
To make that happen, you probably know you need to do something—but where do you start?
You’re not the only business owner to ask that question.
That’s why we’ve put together a quick series of videos to answer some of the most common questions business owners ask when they start thinking about making a transition.
In this free video series you’ll learn answers to 5 critical questions to consider before selling or transitioning your business:
When to start thinking about your life after the business
How to make sure you’re ready to make the transition
How to get the business ready to succeed without you
How to understand the actual value of your business (and how to maximize it)
… and all the factors business owners often haven’t thought about as they begin to consider what retirement might look like
Good exit planning is good business strategy. And the better you understand it, the closer you’ll be to figuring out your next chapter, on your own terms.
One of the biggest eye-openers was the question, ‘What are you going to do after this?’ For most business owners, your business becomes your identity. Journey got me to confront the hard question: ‘Who am I if not this?’ Now I’ve got a road map for what comes next, and I can rest easy knowing we have a plan.
— Lynn, Business Owner
Watch the video series.
Personal Readiness Part 1:
Personal Readiness Part 2:
Financial Planning For Exit
The ROI of Great Exit Planning
One client sold the business for 30% above valuation
Local company increased business unit revenue
4x working with Journey Consulting
Journey Consulting client saw 98% growth in 2 years
Are you beginning to think about business exit planning?
Get in touch with us today to speak with a certified exit planning advisor.
We’ll guide you through it.