Create a Business Someone Will Want To Buy

​I know you’re probably just starting out in your business. It is all really exciting and new. But, right from day one, thinking about building a business someone will want to buy someday will serve you well throughout your company’s life cycle.

To do that, you need to lay that groundwork by creating replicable processes and standard procedures allowing others to do tasks and keep things running when you want to step away for a few days of vacation or your transition out of the business. 


Building a Business Starts With a Plan ​

The process doesn’t have to be overwhelming or incredibly time consuming.  Start with a simple outline and refine it along the way.

Answer questions about where your organization is, where you want it to be.It can be just a simple outline of the actions, milestones and metrics you will employ to move toward your final goal.
Use our workbook to get started today!

Build, Buy or Grow

There are many paths to success for a small business owner.  Here are just a few conversations explaining how you can find success as a business owner. 


#916 Buy, Don't Build with Jon Rogers

You can generate more wealth if you buy a business instead of building from the ground up.

#681 Buy a Franchise with Diane Pleuss

You want to start a business but you really don’t have an idea of what you want to do, a franchise might be just what you’re looking for.

#883 Maybe You Should Buy a Business - Deb Curtis

As business owners try to grow their business they assume they have to do it organically. The problem with the organic approach is you have to be patient. It takes time for the business to mature and grow. But that is not the only way to grow.