When I started working for my father at Vomela in 1975, I knew virtually nothing about the business. But through the years, he would teach me countless life lessons about owning a company and creating a vision to successfully sell a business.
Rock Around the Block - The Blog of Rock LaManna
Why don’t you sell your business with the same approach you used when you started your business? For some reason, all the business fundamentals go out the window with this all-important transaction. These eye-opening stats from Canada illustrate my point.Read More
Seventy-five percent of former business owners reported being unhappy in their first 6 to 12 months of retirement, according to Pinnacle Equity Solutions. The surprising reason? They didn’t prepare themselves emotionally for life after retirement.Read More
After years of hard work, these three CEOs were nearing their retirement. They should have been jumping for joy, but instead they felt like it was the end of the world. Yet they soon discovered there is life after retirement, provided you take the time to plan.
It’s a common predicament among printing owners who are considering retirement and succession planning strategies: You get stuck. You might know it’s time to create a succession plan or assume a lesser role in your company, but you can’t seem to flip the switch and take the next step. It turns out you’re not alone.
What happens when a family business loses its leader? No matter how well prepared your family is, you can expect a very rough road ahead. I’d like to introduce you to two tools – including “The Green Box” – that can help you through it.