The #6 Mistake Of Business Owners

Forty five million dollars of cash coming into the business without the typical hard costs associated with that level of sales. A small staff to manage the swag, the communications, and so on. It’s just one example of a company getting really creative about cash because again, the more cash you can get your company generating, the more valuable it will be to a prospective buyer.

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The #1 Mistake Of Business Owners

If you’re anything like the owners I work with, you’ve got all the industry expertise, the knowledge about what customers want, all the members of your team are pulling in the same direction and getting great results. You’ve even got a great sales process and team in place.

And despite all of that, with growing revenues year over year, you’ve just found out that what you could potentially get in the sale of your business is appallingly low.

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