If you’ve owned your contracting business for any length of time, and have asked yourself the inevitable question: “How’s this going to end?” you are in the right place…
In the third and final installment of this three-part succession planning mini-series, I’m sharing an interview I did a few years back with contractors Tom and Barbara who worked through the challenging up-and-down process of transitioning out of their business.
Whether you’re considering selling your construction company, looking at retiring, or simply wanting more free time doing what you enjoy, building systems that can sustain success in your absence, as Tom and Barbara point out, is key.
Discover the ins and outs of how they were able to successfully set themselves up with a great ROI for the many years of hard work they put into their business.
Succession planning isn’t always straightforward, and today’s video will show you how to identify and sidestep some of the often-overlooked challenges of selling your construction company.
When you’ve finished watching this video, if you haven’t already, be sure to watch the interview I did with Tom and Barbara’s son Louis in Part 2 (published last week) to get a birds eye look at what HIS experience was. It’s quite eye-opening and chocked full of important lessons.
Leave a comment below and let me know if this series was helpful.