Conflict can happen when there are multiple generations within a business. Pete Scherer is the CEO and a third-generational leader in the family business, Scherer bros. Lumber Co. Out of nearly … [Read more...] about How to Handle Leadership in a Family-Owned Multi-Generational Business
ROI of Coaching Panel 2018. Lead by Judy Zimmer with Todd Eberhardt, Tammy Krings and Anne Marie Pernice We all believe what we have to offer is valuable. But is it more than just our time? I … [Read more...] about The R.O.I. of Coaching
Selling your business is something most entrepreneurs do once. It will represent a lifetime's worth of work. So why not get the most out of the opportunity? I've been through it myself, and trust … [Read more...] about Thinking of selling your mid-market business – Here’s how
This special episode features three guests instead of one! They’re a family-owned company featuring father, daughter, and son. In less than 4 years, the company has seen amazing growth with over 100 … [Read more...] about Marketing to Millennials
"Perma-Five" = The time frame most often given by entrepreneurs when asked about a major change in their life. It’s always five years away. It has been my experience that the five year period is … [Read more...] about Perma-Five
You’re not just taking on another business, you’re taking on somebody’s life’s work. David Samuels is a corporate executive benefits designer. In the course of his career, he has also bought out … [Read more...] about 011: How to buy seven competitors with $0 down
For an entrepreneur, retirement isn’t always an easy thing to accept. Stan Glawe had been working since the age of four, and when it was time to retire, at the age of 75, he faced some struggles. … [Read more...] about 009: What’s life like after retirement?
All of the owners started these companies after they turned 50. What if you go through the process of selling your business only to discover you weren’t ready to be completely retired? You’ve … [Read more...] about What do these iconic companies all have in common?