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Find out how to create a business that can thrive without you. Do you want to create a business that doesn't need so much time and resource from YOU, yet is successful without being reliant on YOU? Maybe you want more time for you and your family or just less time firefighting in the business?Read More
An engaged workforce can increase profits by up to 50%!Read More
Lack of clarity in your business WILL reduce your profit!Read More
Lack of focus WILL reduce business performance. The victims of lack of focus in your business are PROFIT and YOU!Read More
Lack of discipline will reduce performance in YOUR business!Read More
We discovered that there are 8 key drivers that drive up the value of a company. This paper will give you the detail behind each driver and show you how to get a score that assesses your performance for each driver compared to your peers.8 Value Drivers - click here for the eBook
Veterans refer to “the fog of war” to describe how difficult decision making can be when you’re on the battlefield with imperfect information. Sometimes the obvious answer in retrospect is not so apparent when you’re in the throes of a crisis which is why we wanted to share the stories of eight owners who took bold and decisive action at a time of deep economic uncertainty.Download The Free Ebook Now!
Building a successful business can be a path to both fame and fortune, but more often, one comes at the expense of the other. There is a small but growing cohort of business owners who have become fantastically rich through building a small business in relative anonymity. Along the way, they have prioritized wealth creation instead of falling into the trap of striving to be popular among their employees, customers and industry peers. You may not know their names, but you can certainly learn from their wealth-building decisions in this eBook – written by John Warrillow, the bestselling author of Built to Sell and The Automatic Customer So which side are you on?Get The Free Ebook Now!
Have you ever wondered how to make a business less reliant on its owner? You know the only way to create a valuable company is to ensure it runs without the owner, but when the founder is the key to delivering a quality product or service, it’s hard to make any progress. The answer is to “productize” the service. This is the process of breaking down the service into a series of steps and packing it like a tangible offering. We’ve developed an 8-step approach to helping you productize your service.Download The Free Ebook Now!
The Exit Checklist: A 5-Step Personal Action Plan for a Happy (And Lucrative) Exit From Your Business
As an owner, you’re ready for almost anything. But recent data shows that even the most affluent and successful founders struggle with one common problem: the regret of how they handled leaving their company. Are you personally ready for what should be the happiest day of your life?iscover the Five Steps Needed to Answer the Question, "Are You Ready to Exit?"Get The Free Ebook Now!
As business owners, you typically face two difficult choices: when to sell your business and at what price. Selling your business may seem far off into the future, but if exiting your business now would give you the financial resources to do whatever you want, it may be worth considering sooner than feels natural. This eBook offers a simple methodology you can apply to reach financial independence – what we call The Freedom Point. You may be closer to a carefree life than you think.Download The Free Ebook Now!
How Your Greatest Strength Becomes a Debilitating Weakness In a study of 23,158 companies, we found 40% of business owners have one thing in common. They are Rainmakers – the primary revenue driver for their company. Rainmakers are exceptional at rapidly accelerating business growth, but our data suggests they eventually hit a ceiling. Revenue stagnates and business value plateaus, forcing owners to confront the Rainmaker’s Dilemma. The solution? Become an Architect.Download The Free Ebook Now!
In a study of 1,511 companies, we found one factor commonly omitted when assessing the value of a company – the owner. Our research suggests that the owner’s reasons for exit and the steps they take to prepare for an exit can play a significant role in the value of a company.Download The Free Ebook Now!
Why did you start your business? Was it because you had an idea? Were you striving to become rich? Or was it out of necessity? While these are all common inspirations for starting a business, most people choose entrepreneurship because they want the freedom to decide what to do with their time and energy. If freedom is your goal, SOPs are essential.Download The Free Ebook Now!
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