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Editor-At-Large — Inc.

Editor-at-large Inc., author of some books

3 Books Small Business Owners Should Read

forum.web.com — There is so much small business owners need to know to operate at peak performance. Luckily we live in the Information Age with plentiful resources. To help you sift through some of the data, every week we're going to look at three business books small business owners should read and the lessons you can learn from them.

How to Avoid Seller's Regret in a Business Exit

inc.com — In his book Finish Big: How Great Entrepreneurs Exit Their Companies on Top (Penguin Portfolio, 2014), Inc. Magazine Editor-at-Large Bo Burlingham explores the best exit strategies for great leaders. In the following edited excerpt, the author cautions business owners to plan ahead, and avoid regretting their sale after it's too late.

This Founder Wants to Help You Find the Perfect Exit Strategy

inc.com — Adapted from Bo Burlingham's Finish Big , available now. When Basil Peters was 40 years old, he received his first lesson in exits: his own. He hadn't been expecting it and didn't want it, but he had no choice.

7 mistakes entrepreneurs make when selling their business

managementtoday.co.uk — By Bo Burlingham Thursday, 27 November 2014 I found seven. (1) They haven't figured out who they are, what they want and why. (2) They haven't built a company that is sellable. (3) They haven't prepared themselves and their companies for the transition. (4) They haven't got the right kind of help.

Employee Stock Ownership Plans Under Fire?

How Great Entrepreneurs Exit Their Companies on Top: Bo Burlingham: 9781591844976: Amazon.com: Books

Business books of the decade

Top food entrepreneurs dish on how the business has changed

chicagotribune.com — Back in 1995, CEO Gary Hirshberg told Inc. about a “friendly note” on every yogurt container Stonyfield Farm sold that encouraged customers to contact his company. Today, the channels of communication may have changed - along with nearly everything else in the U.S.

Companies That Choose to Be Great Instead of Big: Bo Burlingham: 9781591841494: Amazon.com: Books

amazon.com — Small Giants: Companies That Choose to Be Great Instead of Big [Bo Burlingham] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. How maverick companies have passed up the growth treadmill - and focused on greatness instead. It's an axiom of business that great companies grow their revenues and profits year after year.

Seth Goldman of Honest Tea, Myra Goodman of Earthbound Farm, Steve Hindy of Brooklyn Brewery, Gary Hirschberg of Stonyfield Farm, Danny Meyer of Union Square Hospitality Group, Matt Salzberg of Blue Apron and Ari Weinzweig of Zingerman's Talk About the Fo

inc.com — ICONS OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP Honest Tea's Seth Goldman, Stonyfield Farms' Gary Hirschberg, and others debate what the food revolution has meant for culinarily inspired entrepreneurs. Back in 1995, CEO Gary Hirshberg told Inc. about a "friendly note" on every yogurt container Stonyfield Farm sold that encouraged customers to contact his company.
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Dec 20, 2014

Great column from @kevinjdaum on @JohnWarrillow 8 keys to a sellable business, as highlighted in my own FInish Big inc.com/kevin-daum/8-f…

Dec 20, 2014

RT @Inc: Most businesses will exit the market, but many never plan for it. @BasilPeters @BoBurlingham bit.ly/1zsoF2t

Dec 20, 2014

RT @Inc: Even if you don’t want to exit, planning for it will help you win. @BasilPeters @BoBurlingham bit.ly/1sDnsz7

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