Intentional Growth™ is a podcast for entrepreneurs and business owners wanting to clarify a path toward a more valuable business and turn their vision into reality. Weekly, content-rich episodes provide you with information on how to get clear on what you want from the business and why, the way companies are valued, strategies to increase that value, and the variety of ways you can transition your role or exit your ownership. From technical episodes dissecting the inner-workings of private equity and ESOPs to intense discussions with authors and thought leaders like Gino Wickman, John Warrillow, Jack Stack, Todd Herman, Chris Yeh and Alan Beaulieu, this podcast is full of information you need to stay competitive in today’s market. The goal of the show? To help entrepreneurs enjoy work, create wealth and make an impact. By creating sustainable, predictable, and transferable cash ﬂow, you will create a valuable company that gives you choices to grow, acquire, reinvest, or exit and live the life you planned for — all with intention.
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My guest today is Mike Sowers. Mike rehabbed, flipped, wholesaled, and rented over a thousand properties in his first decade of investing, He was on the podcast sharing how he sold his residential rehab company for millions of dollars and all the things he learned (before and after the sale). ...
#265: Mom, Lawyer, Renovator, Boss: HGTV’s ‘Good Bones’ Karen Laine Shares Tips on Transitions and Business Planning
On today’s show, Karen Laine from HGTV’s ‘Good Bones’ will be talking about business transitions and planning. She will also be talking about what it was like to take a backseat while her daughter took over the business and took it to the next level. She goes over all of ...
On today’s show, I’m talking with Pete Martin, who started, scaled, and sold four of his previous companies (including car leasing, systems integration consulting, business process outsourcing, and software distribution). Pete will share how he intentionally applied what he learned in the first couple exits to his last ...
On today’s show, I’m talking with Joseph Fung about what we can learn from a serial entrepreneur. Entrepreneurs often struggle with the idea of following their passion but also realizing that their businesses are an asset and are something they eventually will want to liquidate and tap into at some ...
On today’s show, I’ll be talking with Billy Amberg about accessing a unique type of capital: non-control growth capital. If you’re looking to fund your growth but don’t want to sell a controlling stake in your company, or you’re not a fit for a traditional bank, or you just want ...