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A Business Owner With No Exit Strategy Can Still Be Happy, Wealthy, And Wise

I didn’t have an exit strategy for my business other than death.

A common piece of advice is to choose an exit strategy before you start, i.e. how are you going to get paid for the value of your business? Maybe you’ll go public, or sell to a private equity shop, or to a larger competitor. This…

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Built $2.5B money mgmt biz from scratch. Coaching badass women to build & love their businesses, manage their finances, and make sure the thrill is never gone.

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Mariko O. Gordon, CFA

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Built $2.5B money mgmt biz from scratch. Coaching badass women to build & love their businesses, manage their finances, and make sure the thrill is never gone.

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