For most business owners, exiting successfully includes creating a business legacy. We define legacy to mean your sense that you are leaving behind positive, lasting outcomes for the business and the people it impacts. Legacy however is easier to define than measure. For this reason, many business owners struggle with getting their arms around their own legacy aspirations and feeling good about their outcomes. Regardless of how you define legacy, one thing is universally true—a business legacy cannot be created and protected on short notice. It takes years of planning and work before your exit to make sure that when you do exit, your legacy will live on.
The following resources may help you define what a happy exit looks like to you, and implement steps required to achieve exit success.