Posts tagged with: financial freedom
Think of the most successful business leaders you know. They are never idle. They don’t stand still. They are always moving forward. They don’t look for problems and opportunities just from one angle. They keep moving and view their business from all directions. They see the shadows and explore what’s hidden in those shadows. To accelerate growth and maximize value, they seek out and find new solutions and get meaningful, life-changing results that their competition never will. In every decision they make, they are always asking; “is this decision taking me closer or pulling me away from my long-term plan to sell/scale or find a successor.”
Obviously, there’s much more to learn and much more that can be achieved to make your business a wealth producing machine that allows you to transition to your reinvention, fulfill promises and walk away with the financial freedom to live the life of your dreams.
I can help you get there faster, sooner. I can make the job easier, and far more enriching for you if you’re interested in my personal assistance.
Here’s the recipe you need to set up in order to have the licensed transaction experts at the end, competing to sell your business and to have buyers eager to buy on your terms on your timeline:
- Start succession planning early
- Maximize valuation
- Accelerate growth
- Plan an early exit
- Make your business buyer attractive
It’s worth the time invested all along the way for you to be able to exit with the financial freedom to pursue your reinvention.
The question isn’t what to do. You already know that. It’s actually doing it that’s the problem.
Below are the typical excuses for not doing what you know you should, even if you’re highly motivated, even if you want something very badly, and even if you know exactly what you need to do to get it; if you’ve got these internal circumstances operating, you AREN’T going to be able to do it.
The 10 of the most common excuses for inaction, include:
Excuse #1: “I’m too stressed out.”
Excuse #2: “I don’t believe I can.”
Excuse #3: “I don’t have the time.”
Excuse #4: “I don’t have the energy.”
Excuse #5: “I’m too emotional.”
Excuse #6: “I’ll always be the way I am.”
Excuse #7: “I’m afraid I’ll make a mistake.”
Excuse #8: “I’m too sick.”
Excuse #9: “I’m too skeptical.”
Excuse #10: “I can’t do it alone.”
Whatever your particular challenge may be, if you can identify with the challenge of knowing what to do, but still not doing it, then I’ve got life-changing news for you.
These typical excuses can effectively paralyze you — making it virtually impossible for you to take the actions needed to create the change you know you need to, to exit your business on your terms, on your timeline.
In other words, even if you’re highly motivated, even if you want something very badly, and even if you know exactly what you need to do to get it; you’ve set up the barriers and you AREN’T going to be able to do it alone.
You can overcome every excuse, every barrier to get to where you want to be at the end of the year. You know where you are and you know where you want to go to make the next 2-5 years your best years yet. Make it happen, and break through every excuse, every justification going through your head so you can get out with the financial freedom for your reinvention.