Join us on a literary world trip!
Add this book to bookshelf
Grey
Write a new comment Default profile 50px
Grey
Subscribe to read the full book or read the first pages for free!
All characters reduced
Rounding Third and Heading for Home - The Emotional Journey of Selling My Business and the Lessons Learned Along the Way - cover

Rounding Third and Heading for Home - The Emotional Journey of Selling My Business and the Lessons Learned Along the Way

Jay Myers

Publisher: Morgan James Publishing

  • 0
  • 0
  • 0

Summary

Appeals to small business owners and entrepreneurs who are interested in what it takes to sell their business whether they choose to do it or not
Readers gain a keener understanding of what it takes to build value in their business in order to make it attractive to potential acquirers 
Provides an in-depth look at not just the financial side of selling a business but the personal and emotional side as well
Features additional lessons learned from a veteran entrepreneur including topics, such as reinventing a business, the value of mentors, and the importance of company culture 
Teaches small business owners and entrepreneurs to sell a business when it’s ready and not when they’re ready and how to know when it’s ready
Provides a glimpse into the world of mergers and acquisitions and the many factors that go into the acquisition process
Small business owners and entrepreneurs gain valuable insight into the importance of creating an exit strategy to insure their future and the future of their business 
Appeals to fans of Jay Myers’ first two books (Keep Swinging and Hitting the Curveballs) who have had a front row seat on his entrepreneurial journey for more than a decade

Other books that might interest you

  • The Book of Beautiful Questions - The Powerful Questions That Will Help You Decide Create Connect and Lead - cover

    The Book of Beautiful Questions...

    Warren Berger

    • 8
    • 35
    • 0
    From the bestselling author of A More Beautiful Question, hundreds of big and small questions that harness the magic of inquiry to tackle challenges we all face--at work, in our relationships, and beyond. 
      
    When confronted with almost any demanding situation, the act of questioning can help guide us to smart decisions. By asking questions, we can analyze, learn, and move forward in the face of uncertainty. But "questionologist" Warren Berger says that the questions must be the right ones; the ones that cut to the heart of complexity or enable us to see an old problem in a fresh way. 
      
    In The Book of Beautiful Questions, Berger shares illuminating stories and compelling research on the power of inquiry. Drawn from the insights and expertise of psychologists, innovators, effective leaders, and some of the world's foremost creative thinkers, he presents the essential questions readers need to make the best choices when it truly counts, with a particular focus in four key areas: decision-making, creativity, leadership, and relationships. 
      
    The powerful questions in this book can help you: 
    -        Identify opportunities in your career or industry 
    -        Generate fresh ideas in business or in your own creative pursuits 
    -        Check your biases so you can make better judgments and decisions 
    -        Do a better job of communicating and connecting with the people around you 
      
    Thoughtful, provocative, and actionable, these beautiful questions can be applied immediately to bring about change in your work or your everyday life.
    Show book
  • Ecocide - Kill the corporation before it kills us - cover

    Ecocide - Kill the corporation...

    David Whyte

    • 1
    • 1
    • 0
    We have reached the point of no return. The existential threat of climate change is now a reality. The world has never been more vulnerable. 
    
    Yet corporations are already planning a life beyond this point. The business models of fossil fuel giants factor in continued profitability in a scenario of a five-degree increase in global temperature. An increase that will kill millions, if not billions.
    This is the shocking reality laid bare in a new, hard-hitting book by David Whyte. Ecocide makes clear the problem won’t be solved by tinkering around the edges, instead it maps out a plan to end the corporation’s death-watch over us.
    
    This book will reveal how the corporation has risen to this position of near impunity, but also what we need to do to fix it.
    Show book