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Don’t Wait Too Long Before Making Your Exit

Posted: July 3, 2021 at 2:46 pm   /   by   /   comments (0)

Donald F. White, a highly sought-after international speaker, commentator and author with a long and distinguished career in financial services joins Enterprise Radio. His new book is “Always End with the Beginning in Mind: How Firms Remain Great After the Founder Exits”.

Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Donald F. White discuss the following:

  1. What are the biggest mistakes entrepreneurs make when it comes to succession?
  2. What is the single greatest challenge keeping business owners from successfully transferring a business to a successor?
  3. What are the unique challenges parents face when it comes to familial succession?
  4. Why is it rarely the best idea to sell to the highest bidder?
  5. Why is finding the right successor so important?
  6. You introduce a concept you call “The Alice in Wonderland Syndrome.”  Can you explain that concept to our listeners?
  7. What is the point when it comes to succession planning?
  8. You outline what you call the 10 commandments of selling a business.  Are there one or two of the commandments that stand out?

Donald F. White is a highly sought-after international speaker, commentator, and author. Don enjoyed a long and distinguished career in financial services and a quarter century stint on the radio, before selling his business to help others execute effective succession strategies. His latest book is a how-to guide to succession planning entitled, Always End with the Beginning in Mind: How Firms Remain Great After the Founder Exits (Made for Success Publishing, April 6, 2021).

Website: donaldfwhite.com

Social Media Links:
Instagram: @donfwhite
Facebook: @DFWSpeaking
Twitter: @DonFWhite


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