Intentional Growth

--- Ryan Tansom ---

Intentional Growth™ is a podcast for entrepreneurs and business owners who want to grow the value of their business, create exit options and maximize their take home dollars WHILE leaving a legacy they are proud of. With over 300,000 downloads and thousands each week, Ryan Tansom’s mission is to bring you all the information he wishes he had before they sold their business. By interviewing entrepreneurs who’ve had 6, 7, 8 and 9 figure exits, top thought leaders and authors (from Forbes, Inc. HBR, EY, EO and EOS to name a few), technical advisors, and many others, you’ll get clarity on your target valuation and best exit option so you can control your journey into a life after business. The goal? Clarity and control. Create a company that kicks out cash, gives you the life you want to live, exit options to sell when you want, for how much you want and to the buyer of your choice so you can leave a legacy.
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Latest Episodes…

  1. Sell Your Family Business to Your Kids

    Are you a parent thinking about handing down your business to your kids, but you’re not sure how to divide the earnings and the responsibility?Or are you about to inherit your family business but are unsure how it should be divided among your siblings who don’t work in the ...


  2. Plan to Sell Your Business

    This week on Life After Business we have the benefit of an appearance from an absolute master, Sam Thompson. This man built up his business, hired the right partners and then sold to them at a price that everybody was happy with. He sold at the perfect time… with ...


  3. Selling a Family Business

    Chris Goebel spoke to us about the intricacies of operating and then selling a business that included nine other siblings… and he actually did it twice. Read on for some of the highlights of Chris’ story (which is available for download above): What was the business? The business was ...


  4. Selling a Business to Your Employees

    What does ESOP actually mean? ESOP stands for Employee Stock Ownership Plan. This week we talk about a great tax-saving method of exiting a business that can also take care of your employees for years afterwards. Sound too good to be true? Andre Schnabl spoke to us about ESOP: ...


  5. Turn Your Business Around to Sell It

    On this week’s podcast we tell the incredible story of Conrad Braun, a man who not only managed to turn a business around from technical bankruptcy to profitability in a matter of years, but who also managed to follow most of the golden rules when he exited the business. ...