Donald F. White
Always End with the Beginning in Mind
Join us for an insightful conversation about exit planning with Donald F. White.
If you aren’t planning for your succession far in advance of your actual exit, your health or — even worse, your mortality — could force an unplanned exit and all your years of hard work and dedication would depart with you. Too often, gifted entrepreneurs build practices not to succeed (the root of succession), but to cease (the root of cessation) after they exit. Without any backup plan, you have only a cessation plan.
When business owners become as intentional about their succession plan as they are about their business plan, they can experience a smooth closing of one chapter and the opening of another. By giving their exit the attention it deserves, everyone wins.
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