The Key to Increasing Our Company’s Value

Increasing our company’s value means decreasing risk. 

Business owners are ALWAYS on the lookout for risk.

We can’t ignore the obvious, like when demand is down, or our market is shrinking. 

But there are other areas where risk lurks, creating a trap.

Because it’s RISKY when our business:

➣ Can’t run without us or a key employee.  

➣ Competes on price – it lowers our margins.  

➣ Serves many different types of customers – marketing becomes more expensive and less effective. 

➣ Generates revenue from services billed by the hour – trading time for money doesn’t scale and can require expensive people who are hard to find and keep. 

➣ Lacks systems – each new job is recreating the wheel. 

➣ Doesn’t have positive cash flow – we might not collect all your accounts receivable. 

But if your business focuses on a narrow niche, provides scalable solutions instead of services, generates consistent profit and positive cash flow, and runs without you, that’s a VALUABLE company to you and others.

At times we’re reluctant to change what worked in the past. 

But as the saying goes, “What got you here won’t get you there.” 

These strategic shifts can turn your business into an asset that gives you options – to scale, sell, or remove yourself from the day-to-day. 

That’s real freedom and security. 

Do you want to create freedom in your business? Join me on October 21 at 2pm EDT/11am PDT for a free masterclass to show you how to take back control, rethink your relationship with your business, and turn it into an asset you love. Reserve your seat!

Ready to fall back in love with your business? Get the first chapter of my bestselling book, Loving Your Business, and start today!


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