TAG: ownership

Growth requires ownership at all levels

December 12, 2018By

Some owners lament that they made more money when they were smaller, and they make less now. Why is that? One reason is their inability to build a strong, dynamic, nimble organization that operates as well as the owner could on his or her own. To scale your business effectively, you have to successfully scale your organization, and this requires... read more

Will you be ready for your transition?

April 13, 2015By
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I’m in my early 50s but am diligently preparing for my eventual transition out of my leadership role. I know my organization will not flourish in the future unless I’m willing to step aside at some point. I want to transition when the time is right. The company I founded was never intended to be about me, and, over time,... read more

Video: 3 circles of a family business

February 6, 2015By

Running and growing your family business requires you to master the three circles: ownership, family and management. Watch this video to learn how to separate the boundaries and create a win-win-win environment. read more

Weed Man Franchise Opportunity

January 14, 2015By

Thanks to our award-winning franchise concept and lucrative, state-of-the-art systems, Weed Man has been able to help motivate people from all walks of life to excel in all areas of business ownership. And the proof is in the numbers! Our franchisees are growing an average of 20 percent annually, and boast customer renewal rates of 75 to 80 percent. Why... read more

Throwback Thursday: November 2005

March 13, 2014By

My brain has been wrapped around exit strategies this week, specifically the aspect of leaving a legacy and choosing your successors, thanks to some reporting I’ve been doing for the April issue of Landscape Management. I side with the notion that the most reliable successor is family. Then again I’m a little biased. My stepdad is the owner operator of... read more