TAKING THE DROP

The drop signifies the decisive moment where acquisition entrepreneurs must demonstrate courage, adaptability, and strategic thinking to navigate the challenges and complexities of searching for and acquiring a business. Here, you’ll find tips and insights for carving your way down the face of a wave for the ride of your life. 
EtA Guidebook: Available in Audio Format
EtA Guidebook: Available in Audio Format

I strive to equip my students with the resources they need, in their preferred learning styles, to become adept searchers and successfully acquire the right business. Thus, I am pleased to announce the audiobook version of the EtA Guidebook.

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Happy New Year!
Happy New Year!

Reflecting during the holidays, I was struck by 2023’s extremes – a personally tough but professionally rewarding year with a terrific foundation for the future being laid.

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Wax On, Wax Off
Wax On, Wax Off

“The Karate Kid” offers practical lessons on mentorship that we can apply in real life. We explore three key takeaways from Daniel LaRusso’s story. These tips help us understand how to choose mentors and make the most of their advice.

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Service Providers Suck.
Service Providers Suck.

We all have tales of sucky customer service, especially with large behemoths. What are your expectations around customer service for your business? And, are you ready for the day when someone thinks yours sucks?

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Appreciating Preparation
Appreciating Preparation

I shed light on how my career journey was not a lone expedition, but a pathway enriched by trailblazers, mentors and preparatory platforms. These experiences sparked the development of my courses for entrepreneurs through acquisition.

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Your Time Horizon
Your Time Horizon

In the search fund space, it’s crucial to evaluate investors as much as they evaluate you. Factors like their mentoring track record and skill sets should be considered. One area gaining attention is the time horizon for investment, where searchers and investors may undervalue businesses during exit, potentially leaving

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