Before the Exit

Thought Experiments for Entrepreneurs

In the entrepreneurial world, it’s rarely questioned that “exiting” is the end goal of a smartly built business and a prestigious waypoint in a successful career.

In 2015, Dan Andrews and Ian Schoen sold their business for multi-seven figures, and although they don’t regret selling – there are many mistakes they made that were avoidable.

The book presents thought experiments designed to help you avoid similar mistakes.

Whether you are in the early stages of building a business or thinking of selling, this book is designed to help you build with the future in mind

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What People Are Saying

“This was a fantastic primer for anyone who has a business they’ve been running and are considering selling. What makes it good is that it has less to do with the mechanics of selling the business and more to do with the mindset of how a business owner should approach it. I loved the inclusion of different thought experiments, for which there are no right or wrong answers, but rather what’s right or wrong for you. These aren’t the kinds of things you hear talked about very often in entrepreneurial circles. No fluff and straight from the trenches. Five stars for sure.”

-Mike Taber


“This book is an excellent look at things you should think about before considering selling your company. Dan Andrews did a bang up job looking at the sides of an exit that no other sources are discussing.”

-Rob Walling


“It’s about time this book was written. It is a long-overdue manifesto on how to sell a business and the tiny, often forgotten details, that happens after.

If you’re considering even the thought of moving on from the company you’ve put your heart and soul into, then buy this now before you make the decision.”

-Jesse Hanley 

 

 

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