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Cracking the Cash Flow Code

Too many businesses only last for one generation. A sustainable business is one that can last past your career. When you create a sustainable business, you have more options in how you live your life and that’s a good thing. Host: Josh Patrick, Stage 2 Solution (http://www.stage2solution.com)
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Now displaying: 2015
May 5, 2015

In this episode, Josh speaks with Barbara Taylor, Co-founder, Allan Taylor & Co., a mergers and acquisitions firm.  Barbara talks about the things you need to consider and be prepared for when readying your business for sale.

May 4, 2015

In this episode, Josh speaks with  Randy Fox,  Editor in Chief of the Planned Giving Design Center. Randy talks about philanthropy, advising business owners on how to make it a bigger part of the company and life, and how to use philanthropy to teach important lessons on money and decision making to their children.

May 3, 2015

In this episode, Josh speaks with  Ted Castle,  Owner and President of Rhino Foods. Ted talks about "B Corps" (benefit corporations), and the experience Rhino Foods has had in being a "B Corp"

May 3, 2015

In this episode, Josh speaks with Steve Ciepela, President of Charles Stephen, a wealth managment firm in Albuquerque, NM. Several years ago, Steve's partner in the firm died unexpectedly. Steve discusses what they had done, and what you should do to protect your family and business in the event of an unexpected loss.

May 1, 2015

In this episode, Josh speaks with attorney John A. Warnick, the founder of the Purposeful Planning Institute. John explains the purposeful trust and the difference between it and other types of trusts.

Apr 30, 2015

In this episode, Josh speaks with Peter Asch, Owner and CEO of Twincraft Skincare. Peter explains positive corporate culture and why it is important to an organization.

Apr 30, 2015

In this episode, Josh speaks with John Murphy, an Executive Coach with John Murphy International. John explains the purpose of an Executive Coach and why they are important to a business owner.

Apr 26, 2015

In this episode, Josh speaks with Chris Mercer, Founder and CEO of Mercer Capital. Chris discusses private company valuations and his book "Unlocking Private Company Wealth: Proven Strategies and Tools for Managing Wealth in Your Private Business".

Apr 23, 2015

In this episode, Josh speaks with John Crabbe, Owner and Founder of the Vermont Tent Company. John discusses the process he is going through in selling his company to his long time management team.

Apr 23, 2015

In this episode, Josh speaks with Kevin Short, Managing Partner & CEO of Clayton Capital Partners. Kevin discusses "The Outrageous Deal", where businesses are able to sold for several times what typical businesses in their market niche are sold for. 

Apr 17, 2015

In this episode, Josh speaks with John Mill, Author of the book "Hire Your Buyer: a Philosophy of Value Creation". In it John discussses his unique strategy for finding a good business succession option.

Apr 17, 2015

This episode Josh interviews Tom Deans, who has spent his life in and around private businesses. In his first book, Tom questions common wisdom about whether it is wise to give the family business to your children instead of having them buy it.  Tom is here though to discuss his second book, which talks about the need for families to have deep conversations about the wishes of elders when it comes to estate planning. We learn why having an annual family meeting leads to healthy family relationsships that last for generations.

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