Life After Business
About This Show
Life After Business is a podcast for entrepreneurs who want to sell their company on their timeline, to the buyer of their choice, and for how much they want. Ryan Tansom’s mission is to bring you all the information he wishes he had before they sold their business. The goal? To have control and options over the exit process while maximizing the take-home dollars and transitioning into a life after with passion and purpose. He interviews thought leaders, top advisors, and entrepreneurs who have sold their company so you can get the best exit planning and value building strategies from people that have been there before.
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How EOS® Can Help You and Your Business
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Mike Paton joins me today to talk about the benefits of an EOS (entrepreneurial operating system) business structure. Mike is the “visionary” of EOS Worldwide. He is a consultant to the massive client base looking to EOS to identify the problems and strengths of their businesses. He shares what his job entails and how someone like him can help a struggling business.
As an adopter of EOS in my own business, I highly recommend this operating system for small businesses. It is a great tool. Mike and I explain the two-year process that businesses go through to get their business into a healthier state. EOS is not a quick process, but it is totally worth the time and resources invested in it.
You will learn about:
Mike’s book with EOS Worldwide’s founder called Get a Grip.
Mike’s business background.
What is EOS?
How to use EOS in your business?
The 6 components of the EOS process.
The importance of working with the “big picture” in mind.
Common results Mike sees with his clients.
Why EOS works.
How to clarify roles within the company.
What is the integrator role in a company?
What is the visionary role in a company?
Finding and maintaining passion in the business.
How EOS works for family businesses.
Why EOS is a great option for businesses.
I have one big takeaway from this episode. First of all, everybody needs an operating system to effectively run their business. EOS is not an easy process, but the work is totally worth it. Our company has greatly benefited from this operating system and we are a better and happier company for it.
Links and Resources
Get A Grip: How to Get Everything You Want from Your Entrepreneurial Business by Gino Wickman and Mike Paton
Episodes of This Show
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