Chapter 2 Avoiding Seller’s Remorse
If you’re like every other small business owner, you know your business is going to have good days and bad days. Days when you love your business and can’t imagine doing anything else, and days when you’re ready to throw up your hands and say,
“I’m done. . .. It’s time to move on.”
It’s easy to understand why you would think about selling your business on those bad days—days when you have to deal with angry customers; days when you’re struggling to make payroll; days when, for whatever reason, things are just not going the way you want them to. But most times, selling your business is just a passing thought. You grit your teeth and wait for things to get better. The desire to move on, on a bad day, is a natural ...