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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Valuations, Gross Sale Price and Net Proceeds… What Really Matters? I had a great conversation with Scott Miller in this episode and we tackle some of the most important concerns every business owner have has when transitioning their company, how does gross dollar amount turn into net proceeds in the bank? AND how long does ...
We continue the theme of ‘halftime’ in people’s lives by speaking to Lloyd Reeb, an eminent author and speaker who coaches and mentors for the Halftime Institute. Lloyd shared with us some great advice about how to use an existing business as a platform to do good for others and ...
Today we’re speaking to someone who truly understands a life beyond business. As CEO of the Halftime Institute, Dean Niewolny has been empowering people to find fulfillment in their lives outside of work. Dean has lived through his very own crisis too. Having spent 23 years in senior exec roles across ...
We’ve gone for a different take on this week’s episode by speaking to someone who’s never sold a business. What we like about Matt Shoup is his perspective. The way he has managed to get his business to a point where he can disengage from it whenever he wants is ...
Pamela Dennis is the author of one of 2016’s best books on exit planning, so we’re super-excited to get her on the podcast. She has her own exit story to tell us about and then was able to package what she learned into a book that is practical and easy to read. Pamela ...