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Are You a “Hub & Spoke” Business Owner?

Have you ever watched a bicycle wheel? It is easy to be amazed by its simplicity as is rolls perfectly down the road straight and true with no wobbling while providing a smooth ride. There is a lot of engineering in a bicycle wheel. The perimeter of the wheel contacts the surface while each part […]

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Have You Built The “Switzerland Structure” Into Your Business?

The value of a business can be negatively affected when it is too reliant on any one customer, employee or supplier. The Switzerland Structure is based on Switzerland’s focus on neutrality. The country has not declared a state of war since 1847 and it never entered the World Wars or the Iraq war. It opted […]

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Increase Business Value With a Powerful Business Plan

A comprehensive business plan can play an integral role in increasing business value. A written plan that is updated on a regular basis demonstrates to a potential buyer that the business has been run in a professional, thoughtful and purposeful way. This increases the buyer’s confidence by reducing perceived risk making it more likely they […]

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Selling Your Business? 8 Signs Your Business May be a “Fixer Upper”

Building business value is very much like building equity in your home. Just as we are constantly maintaining and updating our homes to retain its value and saleability it is equally important to maintain and update our business so equity continues to grow and provide the maximum payoff when we are ready to cash out. […]

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Business Value: Are You as Rich As You Think?

Most business owners did not start or buy a business to make tons of money, or take the 5 business value drivers into consideration when starting up. You put your heart and soul into your business counting on the big payoff to provide the lifestyle you always dreamed. Your business is your vehicle make an […]

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Common Sense is NOT a Business Process

A common challenge facing business owners is getting control of the daily mayhem in their organization. I constantly hear complaints about how everyone spends their day fighting fires. They’re ending up exhausted after a long day with little (if any) sense of accomplishment. The result is low profits, low morale, stagnant sales growth and overall […]

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