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July 27th, 2011 posted by David Finkel ( Advisor)

One of the things that has become very clear for me over the past decade building businesses is just how important it is to focus in your business on the things that make the REAL difference, not just the sexy, glamorous things we want to focus on instead. Here is a summary of the bottom []

July 26th, 2011 posted by Amanda Han CPA ( Tax Strategist)

Do you know what the number one question is that we are asked as tax strategists? Well, on the chance that you haven’t guessed already, we’ll tell you. The number one question we get is always: What’s the best entity structure for my business? And, if you’ve ever been to one of our seminars or []

July 26th, 2011 posted by David Finkel ( Advisor)

Today I wanted to share with you a simple question to spark you to increase the value of what you offer your customers or clients. This question is:  How can you increase the received value of your core product or service without increasing your costs? You’ll notice a new term here, “received value”.  In a []

July 21st, 2011 posted by David Finkel ( Advisor)

We just put the finishing touches on a brand new 4-part video training course for business owners. And for a limited time you can get your own personal copy of this training course for FREE!  ( A $596 Value!) Here’s exactly what you’ll get: Video One: Simple Steps to Breakthrough Business Ideas! ($149 Value) Join []

July 19th, 2011 posted by David Finkel ( Advisor)

The most important question you can ask yourself is this: “What can I do today to prepare to sell my business two to three years from now ” Building on what I taught two weeks ago on our advanced webinar on designing your business exit strategy, here are three concrete steps to follow as you []

July 11th, 2011 posted by David Finkel ( Advisor)

Today I wanted to talk with you about the concept of “the business owner endgame.” Building a business is a lot like chess. You have your opening moves (in business this is your start up or Level One stage), your middle game where you develop the board (the Level Two stage of building out a []