Founder/CEO NAVIX Consultants
Exiting from a business creates change, both at work and at home. It changes routines. It redraws financial pictures. It reshapes social circles. Exit changes how we see ourselves, and our life goals. Unprepared couples may experience uncertainty, unease, and stress—no matter how financially rewarding the exit may be. When one spouse is not actively involved in the business, that person feels like an outsider, watching a life-changing event play out with little input. And, since most owners exit only once, neither partner in the relationship knows what conversations to have, and how to get started.