For Business Owners. By a Business Owner.
Walking to Destiny is not only your essential resource to understand what makes your business attractive and ready for transition; it is a business owner’s handbook to know HOW TO rapidly grow value and ultimately unlock the personal wealth trapped in your most significant financial asset: Your Business.
The Voice of the Industry:
Christopher M. Snider, CEPA, CEO, and President of the Exit Planning Institute, creator of the Value Acceleration Methodology, and Managing Partner of Snider Premier Growth is recognized as a thought leader and trendsetter in the field of value acceleration and exit planning. With a message that resonates with entrepreneurs across the country, Chris is a sought-after speaker for many major companies and trade industries and the associated organizations that are dedicated to serving the transition and growth needs of owners.
It’s not a matter of if, it’s a matter of how (and if you’re lucky – when!). If you want the How and the When of your exit to be on your terms, it’s time to start developing your Master Plan. Peter. G. Christman, the founder of the Master Planning Institute, co-founder of the Exit Planning Institute, wrote THE MASTER PLAN for business owners looking to protect their personal and professional futures. Inside you’ll learn: The 5 Ds that ruin 50% of exited business owners;
The Master Plan offers timeless wisdom, practical advice and enduring strategy to meet the needs and challenges of a new generation of business owner, who want to be prepared to exit their businesses. “Everyone is going to exit his or her business… it’s just a matter of how and when!” – Peter G. Christman
Get your copy of the critically acclaimed book on exit planning that created a paradigm shift in the way that business brokers, M&A advisors, and other business transfer professionals work with clients. The $10 Trillion Opportunity is the most comprehensive guide to developing business transition or exit plans for business owners. Written specifically for business advisors who work with the owners of privately-held businesses, this book provides valuable insights into the exit planning process and how to use exit planning to grow an advisor’s existing practice.
Every Family’s Business challenges the idea that successful family businesses must keep family issues and business issues separate. Tom believes this separation is impossible and that most family businesses are set up from the beginning to fail because they attempt it.
Tom offers a compelling argument for why families should be clear about when they will sell the business and to whom. Families that are upfront and realistic about their goals for transitioning ownership of the business can avoid jealousy, sibling rivalry, and regrettable inter-family lawsuits.
Tom has designed the 12 Common Sense Questions offered in Every Family’s Business to start a conversation among family members with the view of protecting wealth and relationships.
Order the best-selling book that has helped protect the wealth of thousands of family businesses around the world.
While these books are not sold through the Exit Planning Institute, we recommend these books to any professional interested in learning more on topics in the exit planning ecosystem.