Mar 15, 2022
In episode 402 of Financially Simple, Justin considers the emotional and psychological impact that selling their Business can have on the Owner.
You’ve devoted a chunk of your life to building a successful business, and now you’re ready to sell it - but are you, personally, prepared for the mental shocks to come? In this episode, Justin looks at what it is like to sell a business from the emotional and psychological side of things - the sudden realization and change that comes somewhat unexpectedly.
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- The Emotions of Making the Ultimate Sale
- The Unexpected Weight of Emotion
- Winning The Lottery
- After the Initial Thrill
- The Personal Side
- How Will You Occupy your Time
- Separating Your Identity From Your Business
- Impression Management
Justin A. Goodbread, CFP®, CEPA, CVGA, is a nationally recognized financial planner, business educator, wealth manager, author, speaker, and entrepreneur. He has 20+ years of experience teaching small business owners how to start, buy, grow, and sell businesses. He is a multi-year recipient of the Investopedia Top 100 Advisor and 2018 Exit Planning Institute’s Exit Planner Leader of the Year.
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