If you’re within 12 to 36 months of wanting to exit your firm, you are in the correct place to take the first step...

Daniel Marcos, expert in complimentary consultation on what the valuation would be for your business from strategic international buyers.

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If you’re within 12 to 36 months of wanting to exit your firm, you are in the correct place to take the first step...

Daniel Marcos, expert in complimentary consultation on what the valuation would be for your business from strategic international buyers.

In partnership with:     

Why to ask for specialized help?

When comparing two similar businesses in the same geography and
industry and of a similar size, if each owner has different reasons for
exiting, they will likely have drastically different business values. 
Other factors that can impact the value of the business include the owner’s
steps to prepare for exit and the proportion of shares owned. When
added up, these factors can predict up to 53% of the difference in the
value of two seemingly similar businesses.

ACHIEVING MAXIMUM FINANCIAL VALUE

Building the value of your company gives you a killer advantage in the game of life. You can choose to sell if you get an outlandish offer or sleep well at night knowing you could sell.

The hallmark of a valuable company is one that runs without you, which means if you can create a business that’s built to sell, you also have the option to hold on to it without the stress of running your company day-to-day.

A valuable business is also a sought-after asset making it more likely that you get an unsolicited offer for your business. This gives you negotiating leverage when you decide to sell.

OWNER’S REASONS FOR EXIT

One hundred percent of business owners exit their businesses—either by design or by default. We can bucket these reasons into three categories that play a role in the value of the business:

Personal Motivators

When the owner is personally motivated to move on to a new project or chapter of their lives, the value of the business is higher.

“Looking to diversify my wealth.”

“I want to cash out.”

“I have a new business I want to start.”

“I’d like to get involved in philanthropy.”

Personal Crisis

It appears that when the owner is experiencing a personal crisis, they are negatively impacting the value of the business. The owner may be operating ineffectively due to their circumstance and is failing to meet their personal and business goals.

“I’m burned out.”

“I have health
issues.”

“I am stressed and
time-starved.”

“I have a
family crisis.”

Personal Peaked

It appears that when the owner feels they have peaked personally, their reasons for exit do not impact the value of the business.

“I’m just bored.” 

“I want to spend time on a hobby.”

“I want to travel.”

“I want to focus on my health.” 

About the expert
Daniel Marcos

​​Co-founder and CEO of Growth Institute, the leading online education company for C-level executives at fast-growing firms. He is a keynote speaker and a CEO Coach, with a mission to help 1 million entrepreneurs scale their impact and reduce drama in the process.

He is a member of YPO and EO and is a certified coach in the Scaling Up, Value builder, Multipliers, The 5 Behaviors and more. He is a graduate of EO’s premiere CEO program, the “Birthing of Giants”, and holds a BS in Industrial and Systems Engineering from ITESM and an MBA (cum laude) from Babson College.

Daniel partnered with Verne Harnish in 2012 to bring executive training to the masses. What was once reserved for a small niche of wealthy companies is now available to all CEOs and executive teams.

In less than a decade, Growth Institute has been recognized 4 times among the top 5,000 fastest-growing companies in the USA, with over 40,000 members across 68 countries.

About the expert
Daniel Marcos

​​Co-founder and CEO of Growth Institute, the leading online education company for C-level executives at fast-growing firms. He is a keynote speaker and a CEO Coach, with a mission to help 1 million entrepreneurs scale their impact and reduce drama in the process.

He is a member of YPO and EO and is a certified coach in the Scaling Up, Value builder, Multipliers, The 5 Behaviors and more. He is a graduate of EO’s premiere CEO program, the “Birthing of Giants”, and holds a BS in Industrial and Systems Engineering from ITESM and an MBA (cum laude) from Babson College.

Daniel partnered with Verne Harnish in 2012 to bring executive training to the masses. What was once reserved for a small niche of wealthy companies is now available to all CEOs and executive teams.

In less than a decade, Growth Institute has been recognized 4 times among the top 5,000 fastest-growing companies in the USA, with over 40,000 members across 68 countries.

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Daniel Marcos 2022. All rights reserved.

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@ Toro Capital LLC Austin, Texas
Daniel Marcos 2022. All rights reserved.