It’s almost June 1st – Do YOU know where your children are??? Sorry. I couldn’t resist! In this specific case, of course, the baby I’m talking about is your business. We give birth to them, we nurture them, we feed them, sacrifice for them, and we worry as they grow up.
For me, the “grow up” piece came far quicker than I expected. Now that doesn’t mean I hit wealth right out of the gate, what it does mean is that I had to STRUCTURE my business in a way that it made sense if I sold it. And sell it I did! And that has been my story over and over and over.
Does that mean it’s YOUR story? Nope. You can build and keep a “lifestyle” business forever. You can hand it down from generation to generation. But listen to me, friends and fans, you should STILL build it to sell. THAT gives you (and your heirs) a choice.
If it’s NOT built and structured to sell, then that baby may just outgrow you — and eat you out of house and home along the way.
LEARNING how to build THAT business, one that is structured to give you CHOICES – well, that’s one of the MOST important journeys you can take. I’ve been gifted to take a LOT of people down that path and through that journey. So if you’re ready to rock and to raise a baby that can take care of YOU down the road, instead of a lifetime of sacrifice, feel free to get on board. I’m taking my BAI weekends on the road and building communities of business builders all over the country. Because Business Acceleration is not a theory, and it’s NOT a joke. It’s your legacy. http://bit.ly/ComafordBAI
Christine Comaford, Executive Mentor
CEO of Mighty Ventures, Inc.
NY Times Best Selling Author
Christine is the leading authority on business acceleration and optimization.
She has built and sold 5 of her own businesses with an average 700% ROI.
She has served as a board director or in-the-trenches advisor to 36 startups.
She has invested in over 200 startups including Google.
Christine has consulted to the White House (Clinton and Bush),
as well as 700 of the Fortune 1000, and 300+ small businesses.
She repeatedly removes obstacles and optimizes performance in companies large and small.