Of Interest for Sellers

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Compellingly drive goal-oriented initiatives without high-payoff internal or “organic” sources. Objectively provide access to cooperative human capital after highly efficient value. Credibly administrate multimedia based applications with cooperative niche markets. Seamlessly evolve focused models for state of the art quality vectors. Assertively harness long-term high-impact catalysts... Read More »

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Proactively foster superior growth strategies and adaptive users. Conveniently deploy timely strategic theme areas vis-a-vis B2B scenarios. Progressively cultivate viral partnerships after state of the art e-commerce. Proactively synergize sticky best practices without ethical e-tailers. Quickly visualize customized data and synergistic infrastructures. Read More »

A bright spot in the economy “Big business from small people”

      There is a reason why young people come up with new ideas.  It is not that they are smarter or faster or better.  It is because this is their future, their life to grow into.  They see the world with no fear because fear does not let them grow.  Fear is not helpful to them.  That is why when I went for a walk with my 11 year old boy last year to look at the effects of the flood damage in the... Read More »

To Leap or Not To Leap

            Remember the time you grabbed all the bravery you had, and jumped off the high dive for the first time?  For many of you that was the first real due diligence that you undertook.  You probably stood around the ladder for a couple of days just to see if anyone fell off while climbing.  You checked out the jumpers and compared them to yourself, in terms of age, weight, athletic ability a... Read More »

Self Employed Nation

Self Employed Nation

We tend to get caught up in the news of the day and treat it like it was happening to us.  How many times do you find yourself in your car listening to the news on the radio and then trying to fix someone else’s problems?  Life today is not more complicated than in years past, and certainly less stressful.  Yet we let ourselves be sucked in by the news that we have no control over, and add it to o... Read More »

No Such Thing as a Bad Business

No Such Thing as a Bad Business

People who are “interested” in getting into their own business often ask me to keep a lookout for a “good business” for them.  You know the kind of business that turns a good profit, with a good history and a bright future.  This is an understandable request.  You yourself may be looking for the same thing right now and, I can see why you would want it.  Unfortunately unlike, Real Estate that virt... Read More »

Big Companies are Vulnerable

Big Companies are Vulnerable

A strange phenomenon seems to take place when a person strikes out on their own.  They seem to be embarrassed at their size and try to appear larger.  Then when they get big, publicity companies make a fortune on them trying to make them appear more down to earth and personable.  The truth is that small companies have a distinct advantage in service than do bigger ones and everyone knows it, but f... Read More »

Give Twice as Much

Give Twice as Much

There is something magical that goes on in this world.  It is some law of nature that we all know and have seen yet can’t prove.  Simply the cycle of giving comes back 10 fold.  In whatever you are providing to your customer, give more.  Give more than you reasonably should.  More than your competitors and more than your customers expect.  At this point you become more than a supplier…you become a... Read More »

The Time to Sell

The Time to Sell

The time to sell is when someone wants to buy!  When we brokers talk among ourselves this is always a hot topic.  You see for a Business Broker we are always on the hunt for new listings.  For a broker having listings is like having inventory.  Without it, there is nothing to sell.  I jokingly tell people that two days a week everyone wants to sell.  You just need to ask on the right day.  When it... Read More »

Attitudes Can Change a Nation

Attitudes Can Change a Nation

 Children are the best teachers.  They show everyday how hypocritical we can be.  I caught myself preaching to my son about making excuses instead of finishing his required work for school, and the same day caught myself making the same excuse to my wife about not doing something about the ants in the kitchen.  A wise man told me once that “the only reason you are ever late is because you didn’t l... Read More »