List of episodes
Tax Advantages of an ESOP Exit Strategy
October 05, 2017
Today’s guest is Dan Zugell. Dan is the ESOP guy. Dan works for Business Transition Advisors and has been doing ESOPs for 19 years. The reason I wanted to have Dan on the show is because there are a lot of different messages about ESOPs out there. I wanted to get the full ESOP 101. Dan explains law changes, previous failures, how to value the business, payouts, finance structure and more. He totally demyst...
Choosing IPO as an Exit Strategy
September 28, 2017
Today’s guest is Cathy Demers. Cathy started her career at IBM and Microsoft before developing a startup with her business partner. With a $10,000 investment, they built up their business and eventually went public for $20 million. Today she’s going to share with us the challenges she encountered along the way. In This Episode You’ll Learn:
Exit Your Business to Find Passion Again
September 21, 2017
Exiting your business with zero regrets is a goal that many of us have. Today’s guest, Troy Schuette, owned a waste disposal business for 23 years. He made his decisions carefully so he knew he’d be able to exit happily without wishing he’d done things differently. He’s going to talk to us today about the process he went through, from creating his valuations to choosing his buyers to finally signing his closing documents. You won’t want to miss Troy’s st...
Find Your Purpose in Business and Life
September 06, 2017
The valuation of your life work and business is a direct reflection of the leadership remaining in place after you exit. What does it mean to build a company of leaders? How do you do that? What does it mean to be increasing wealth so everyone profits? Today we’ll be talking to Kevin McCarthy, the Chief Leadership Officer of On-Purpose Partners, a deep strategy and planning business advisory firm. Kevin is also the author of several books, including The On-Purpose...
The Missed Exit
August 30, 2017
Today on the Life After Business podcast, we’re talking to Tim Hall. Tim’s story is so amazing that I just had to get him on the show. Tim was an executive at Cartoon Network and worked at Hasbro. Then Tim had the opportunity to buy the division of Intel. He was able to grow that business to 85 million dollars in revenue, but...