Build A Business That People Want To Buy – David C. Barnett
Come and learn how a buyer will one day examine what you’ve built.
What can you do right now to make the experience of selling your business easier?
Barnett explains in his own words…
Back in 2005 I started a business doing junk removal. I sold it 18 months later and the buyer admitted that the biggest reason he wanted to own it was to adapt my business systems into his other companies.
Business systems make companies easier to run and more profitable… meaning more valuable and desirable.
Later, when I was working as a business broker, I ran into the same problems with small businesses, their owners were the central nervous system of the whole operation.
Scary for a potential buyer!
But how do you fix it? Read another small business management book?
Not at all, you don’t need more information, you need a set of instructions!
My small business clients needed an actual step-by-step process to get things out of their heads and down onto paper so they could teach employees what they needed to do and empower them to be effective in the business without the owner being present all the time.
Small business owners are notoriously bad at closing the accountability circle.
Make your life as an entrepreneur easier and more rewarding by implementing my 12+1 step process to build systems and a road map to getting the business and life you desire.
I promise it is easy and doesn’t take much work.
I’ve taken clients through this process myself and none are looking back.
In fact, they look forward to more vacation, higher sales, increased profits and happier employees who are empowered to shoulder their clearly defined responsibilities.
I’ve been delivering this workshop for over 10 years to leadership development organizations, economic development agency clients and others and keep getting invited back for new cohorts of business owners because of the transformational impact of the day.
Who is this workshop for?
-Small Business owners who struggle to grow or even hire their first employee.
-Owners who, regardless of what is said in the workplace, continue to get dragged into the micro-details of employee functions.
-Owners who cannot leave the business for any extended period of time.
-Owners who know that they should be doing better at organizing, delegating, planning and building, but just don’t know what to do next to start making progress.
Take the first step to building a business that people will want to buy. Register today as seating is limited.