Before The Exit: Thought Experiments For Entrepreneurs

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. Since building and selling a business can take years - or even decades - you can?t exactly ?practice? exiting your business. The best you can do is learn from others. In 2015, Dan Andrews and Ian Schoen sold their In the entrepreneurial world, it?s rarely questioned that ?exiting? is the end goal of a smartly...

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Title:Before The Exit: Thought Experiments For Entrepreneurs
Author:Dan Andrews
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Genres:Business
ISBN:B07BN2KD1J
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:59 pages pages

Before The Exit: Thought Experiments For Entrepreneurs Reviews

  • Ivan
    Apr 25, 2018

    I?ve read this book twice already?it?s a brilliant short read that will change your perspective in a way you?ve never encountered from a business book. Inside Before the Exit, author Dan Andrews takes a unique look at what it means to sell your business and covers what the p...

    Fabulous counterpoint to common entrepreneurial advice Dan's candid story telling of his exit gives a very different (and very needed) perspective on what exiting a business can look like. I highly recommend this quick read. ...

    Short & sweet. What I like most about this book is that it asks the "non-obvious" questions that you will not often hear asked in mainstream media or in public circles. All exits/acquisitions/mergers are lauded, but the details are rarely completely known nor is the full "cost" ...

    The book proposes some interesting thought exercises about if and when you should sell your business. ...

    It's a quick read about what we don't talk much about - how to exit business you've built. There's no need to be in a process of planning to sell one or even having anything to sell. This is just a refreshing way to look into life of the entrepreneur. There's plenty written on how to g...

    It's an excellent short read in a field that isn't written about much: how business owners think about their exits. Dan shares, warts and all, his experiences selling his business (Part 2 of the book) after he spends Part 1 of the book walking us through various exercises to consider, ...

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  • Steve Young
    Aug 10, 2018

    I?ve read this book twice already?it?s a brilliant short read that will change your perspective in a way you?ve never encountered from a business book. Inside Before the Exit, author Dan Andrews takes a unique look at what it means to sell your business and covers what the p...

    Fabulous counterpoint to common entrepreneurial advice Dan's candid story telling of his exit gives a very different (and very needed) perspective on what exiting a business can look like. I highly recommend this quick read. ...

    Short & sweet. What I like most about this book is that it asks the "non-obvious" questions that you will not often hear asked in mainstream media or in public circles. All exits/acquisitions/mergers are lauded, but the details are rarely completely known nor is the full "cost" ...

    The book proposes some interesting thought exercises about if and when you should sell your business. ...

    It's a quick read about what we don't talk much about - how to exit business you've built. There's no need to be in a process of planning to sell one or even having anything to sell. This is just a refreshing way to look into life of the entrepreneur. There's plenty written on how to g...

    It's an excellent short read in a field that isn't written about much: how business owners think about their exits. Dan shares, warts and all, his experiences selling his business (Part 2 of the book) after he spends Part 1 of the book walking us through various exercises to consider, ...

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  • Daniele
    Apr 28, 2018

    I?ve read this book twice already?it?s a brilliant short read that will change your perspective in a way you?ve never encountered from a business book. Inside Before the Exit, author Dan Andrews takes a unique look at what it means to sell your business and covers what the p...

    Fabulous counterpoint to common entrepreneurial advice Dan's candid story telling of his exit gives a very different (and very needed) perspective on what exiting a business can look like. I highly recommend this quick read. ...

    Short & sweet. What I like most about this book is that it asks the "non-obvious" questions that you will not often hear asked in mainstream media or in public circles. All exits/acquisitions/mergers are lauded, but the details are rarely completely known nor is the full "cost" ...

    The book proposes some interesting thought exercises about if and when you should sell your business. ...

    It's a quick read about what we don't talk much about - how to exit business you've built. There's no need to be in a process of planning to sell one or even having anything to sell. This is just a refreshing way to look into life of the entrepreneur. There's plenty written on how to g...

    It's an excellent short read in a field that isn't written about much: how business owners think about their exits. Dan shares, warts and all, his experiences selling his business (Part 2 of the book) after he spends Part 1 of the book walking us through various exercises to consider, ...

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  • Stefan
    Apr 04, 2018

    I?ve read this book twice already?it?s a brilliant short read that will change your perspective in a way you?ve never encountered from a business book. Inside Before the Exit, author Dan Andrews takes a unique look at what it means to sell your business and covers what the p...

    Fabulous counterpoint to common entrepreneurial advice Dan's candid story telling of his exit gives a very different (and very needed) perspective on what exiting a business can look like. I highly recommend this quick read. ...

    Short & sweet. What I like most about this book is that it asks the "non-obvious" questions that you will not often hear asked in mainstream media or in public circles. All exits/acquisitions/mergers are lauded, but the details are rarely completely known nor is the full "cost" ...

    The book proposes some interesting thought exercises about if and when you should sell your business. ...

    It's a quick read about what we don't talk much about - how to exit business you've built. There's no need to be in a process of planning to sell one or even having anything to sell. This is just a refreshing way to look into life of the entrepreneur. There's plenty written on how to g...

    It's an excellent short read in a field that isn't written about much: how business owners think about their exits. Dan shares, warts and all, his experiences selling his business (Part 2 of the book) after he spends Part 1 of the book walking us through various exercises to consider, ...

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  • Mark
    Apr 07, 2018

    I?ve read this book twice already?it?s a brilliant short read that will change your perspective in a way you?ve never encountered from a business book. Inside Before the Exit, author Dan Andrews takes a unique look at what it means to sell your business and covers what the p...

    Fabulous counterpoint to common entrepreneurial advice Dan's candid story telling of his exit gives a very different (and very needed) perspective on what exiting a business can look like. I highly recommend this quick read. ...

    Short & sweet. What I like most about this book is that it asks the "non-obvious" questions that you will not often hear asked in mainstream media or in public circles. All exits/acquisitions/mergers are lauded, but the details are rarely completely known nor is the full "cost" ...

    The book proposes some interesting thought exercises about if and when you should sell your business. ...

    It's a quick read about what we don't talk much about - how to exit business you've built. There's no need to be in a process of planning to sell one or even having anything to sell. This is just a refreshing way to look into life of the entrepreneur. There's plenty written on how to g...

    It's an excellent short read in a field that isn't written about much: how business owners think about their exits. Dan shares, warts and all, his experiences selling his business (Part 2 of the book) after he spends Part 1 of the book walking us through various exercises to consider, ...

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  • Zak
    Sep 26, 2018

    I?ve read this book twice already?it?s a brilliant short read that will change your perspective in a way you?ve never encountered from a business book. Inside Before the Exit, author Dan Andrews takes a unique look at what it means to sell your business and covers what the p...

    Fabulous counterpoint to common entrepreneurial advice Dan's candid story telling of his exit gives a very different (and very needed) perspective on what exiting a business can look like. I highly recommend this quick read. ...

    Short & sweet. What I like most about this book is that it asks the "non-obvious" questions that you will not often hear asked in mainstream media or in public circles. All exits/acquisitions/mergers are lauded, but the details are rarely completely known nor is the full "cost" ...

    The book proposes some interesting thought exercises about if and when you should sell your business. ...

    It's a quick read about what we don't talk much about - how to exit business you've built. There's no need to be in a process of planning to sell one or even having anything to sell. This is just a refreshing way to look into life of the entrepreneur. There's plenty written on how to g...

    It's an excellent short read in a field that isn't written about much: how business owners think about their exits. Dan shares, warts and all, his experiences selling his business (Part 2 of the book) after he spends Part 1 of the book walking us through various exercises to consider, ...

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  • David Filip
    May 19, 2018

    I?ve read this book twice already?it?s a brilliant short read that will change your perspective in a way you?ve never encountered from a business book. Inside Before the Exit, author Dan Andrews takes a unique look at what it means to sell your business and covers what the p...

    Fabulous counterpoint to common entrepreneurial advice Dan's candid story telling of his exit gives a very different (and very needed) perspective on what exiting a business can look like. I highly recommend this quick read. ...

    Short & sweet. What I like most about this book is that it asks the "non-obvious" questions that you will not often hear asked in mainstream media or in public circles. All exits/acquisitions/mergers are lauded, but the details are rarely completely known nor is the full "cost" ...

    The book proposes some interesting thought exercises about if and when you should sell your business. ...

    It's a quick read about what we don't talk much about - how to exit business you've built. There's no need to be in a process of planning to sell one or even having anything to sell. This is just a refreshing way to look into life of the entrepreneur. There's plenty written on how to g...

    It's an excellent short read in a field that isn't written about much: how business owners think about their exits. Dan shares, warts and all, his experiences selling his business (Part 2 of the book) after he spends Part 1 of the book walking us through various exercises to consider, ...

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  • Tomas Conefrey
    Sep 06, 2018

    I?ve read this book twice already?it?s a brilliant short read that will change your perspective in a way you?ve never encountered from a business book. Inside Before the Exit, author Dan Andrews takes a unique look at what it means to sell your business and covers what the p...

    Fabulous counterpoint to common entrepreneurial advice Dan's candid story telling of his exit gives a very different (and very needed) perspective on what exiting a business can look like. I highly recommend this quick read. ...

    Short & sweet. What I like most about this book is that it asks the "non-obvious" questions that you will not often hear asked in mainstream media or in public circles. All exits/acquisitions/mergers are lauded, but the details are rarely completely known nor is the full "cost" ...

    The book proposes some interesting thought exercises about if and when you should sell your business. ...

    It's a quick read about what we don't talk much about - how to exit business you've built. There's no need to be in a process of planning to sell one or even having anything to sell. This is just a refreshing way to look into life of the entrepreneur. There's plenty written on how to g...

    It's an excellent short read in a field that isn't written about much: how business owners think about their exits. Dan shares, warts and all, his experiences selling his business (Part 2 of the book) after he spends Part 1 of the book walking us through various exercises to consider, ...

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  • Greg
    Apr 20, 2018

    I?ve read this book twice already?it?s a brilliant short read that will change your perspective in a way you?ve never encountered from a business book. Inside Before the Exit, author Dan Andrews takes a unique look at what it means to sell your business and covers what the p...

    Fabulous counterpoint to common entrepreneurial advice Dan's candid story telling of his exit gives a very different (and very needed) perspective on what exiting a business can look like. I highly recommend this quick read. ...

    Short & sweet. What I like most about this book is that it asks the "non-obvious" questions that you will not often hear asked in mainstream media or in public circles. All exits/acquisitions/mergers are lauded, but the details are rarely completely known nor is the full "cost" ...

    The book proposes some interesting thought exercises about if and when you should sell your business. ...

    It's a quick read about what we don't talk much about - how to exit business you've built. There's no need to be in a process of planning to sell one or even having anything to sell. This is just a refreshing way to look into life of the entrepreneur. There's plenty written on how to g...

    It's an excellent short read in a field that isn't written about much: how business owners think about their exits. Dan shares, warts and all, his experiences selling his business (Part 2 of the book) after he spends Part 1 of the book walking us through various exercises to consider, ...

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  • Jessica Malnik
    Mar 30, 2018

    I?ve read this book twice already?it?s a brilliant short read that will change your perspective in a way you?ve never encountered from a business book. Inside Before the Exit, author Dan Andrews takes a unique look at what it means to sell your business and covers what the p...

    Fabulous counterpoint to common entrepreneurial advice Dan's candid story telling of his exit gives a very different (and very needed) perspective on what exiting a business can look like. I highly recommend this quick read. ...

    Short & sweet. What I like most about this book is that it asks the "non-obvious" questions that you will not often hear asked in mainstream media or in public circles. All exits/acquisitions/mergers are lauded, but the details are rarely completely known nor is the full "cost" ...

    The book proposes some interesting thought exercises about if and when you should sell your business. ...

    It's a quick read about what we don't talk much about - how to exit business you've built. There's no need to be in a process of planning to sell one or even having anything to sell. This is just a refreshing way to look into life of the entrepreneur. There's plenty written on how to g...

    It's an excellent short read in a field that isn't written about much: how business owners think about their exits. Dan shares, warts and all, his experiences selling his business (Part 2 of the book) after he spends Part 1 of the book walking us through various exercises to consider, ...

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  • Vlad Balan
    Apr 19, 2018

    I?ve read this book twice already?it?s a brilliant short read that will change your perspective in a way you?ve never encountered from a business book. Inside Before the Exit, author Dan Andrews takes a unique look at what it means to sell your business and covers what the p...

    Fabulous counterpoint to common entrepreneurial advice Dan's candid story telling of his exit gives a very different (and very needed) perspective on what exiting a business can look like. I highly recommend this quick read. ...

    Short & sweet. What I like most about this book is that it asks the "non-obvious" questions that you will not often hear asked in mainstream media or in public circles. All exits/acquisitions/mergers are lauded, but the details are rarely completely known nor is the full "cost" ...

    The book proposes some interesting thought exercises about if and when you should sell your business. ...

    It's a quick read about what we don't talk much about - how to exit business you've built. There's no need to be in a process of planning to sell one or even having anything to sell. This is just a refreshing way to look into life of the entrepreneur. There's plenty written on how to g...

    It's an excellent short read in a field that isn't written about much: how business owners think about their exits. Dan shares, warts and all, his experiences selling his business (Part 2 of the book) after he spends Part 1 of the book walking us through various exercises to consider, ...

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  • Fabiano
    May 06, 2018

    I?ve read this book twice already?it?s a brilliant short read that will change your perspective in a way you?ve never encountered from a business book. Inside Before the Exit, author Dan Andrews takes a unique look at what it means to sell your business and covers what the p...

    Fabulous counterpoint to common entrepreneurial advice Dan's candid story telling of his exit gives a very different (and very needed) perspective on what exiting a business can look like. I highly recommend this quick read. ...

    Short & sweet. What I like most about this book is that it asks the "non-obvious" questions that you will not often hear asked in mainstream media or in public circles. All exits/acquisitions/mergers are lauded, but the details are rarely completely known nor is the full "cost" ...

    The book proposes some interesting thought exercises about if and when you should sell your business. ...

    It's a quick read about what we don't talk much about - how to exit business you've built. There's no need to be in a process of planning to sell one or even having anything to sell. This is just a refreshing way to look into life of the entrepreneur. There's plenty written on how to g...

    It's an excellent short read in a field that isn't written about much: how business owners think about their exits. Dan shares, warts and all, his experiences selling his business (Part 2 of the book) after he spends Part 1 of the book walking us through various exercises to consider, ...

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  • Ben Hebert
    Apr 06, 2018

    I?ve read this book twice already?it?s a brilliant short read that will change your perspective in a way you?ve never encountered from a business book. Inside Before the Exit, author Dan Andrews takes a unique look at what it means to sell your business and covers what the p...

    Fabulous counterpoint to common entrepreneurial advice Dan's candid story telling of his exit gives a very different (and very needed) perspective on what exiting a business can look like. I highly recommend this quick read. ...

    Short & sweet. What I like most about this book is that it asks the "non-obvious" questions that you will not often hear asked in mainstream media or in public circles. All exits/acquisitions/mergers are lauded, but the details are rarely completely known nor is the full "cost" ...

    The book proposes some interesting thought exercises about if and when you should sell your business. ...

    It's a quick read about what we don't talk much about - how to exit business you've built. There's no need to be in a process of planning to sell one or even having anything to sell. This is just a refreshing way to look into life of the entrepreneur. There's plenty written on how to g...

    It's an excellent short read in a field that isn't written about much: how business owners think about their exits. Dan shares, warts and all, his experiences selling his business (Part 2 of the book) after he spends Part 1 of the book walking us through various exercises to consider, ...

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  • Saptorsi Hore
    Apr 21, 2018

    I?ve read this book twice already?it?s a brilliant short read that will change your perspective in a way you?ve never encountered from a business book. Inside Before the Exit, author Dan Andrews takes a unique look at what it means to sell your business and covers what the p...

    Fabulous counterpoint to common entrepreneurial advice Dan's candid story telling of his exit gives a very different (and very needed) perspective on what exiting a business can look like. I highly recommend this quick read. ...

    Short & sweet. What I like most about this book is that it asks the "non-obvious" questions that you will not often hear asked in mainstream media or in public circles. All exits/acquisitions/mergers are lauded, but the details are rarely completely known nor is the full "cost" ...

    The book proposes some interesting thought exercises about if and when you should sell your business. ...

    It's a quick read about what we don't talk much about - how to exit business you've built. There's no need to be in a process of planning to sell one or even having anything to sell. This is just a refreshing way to look into life of the entrepreneur. There's plenty written on how to g...

    It's an excellent short read in a field that isn't written about much: how business owners think about their exits. Dan shares, warts and all, his experiences selling his business (Part 2 of the book) after he spends Part 1 of the book walking us through various exercises to consider, ...

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  • Braden Christian
    Apr 09, 2018

    I?ve read this book twice already?it?s a brilliant short read that will change your perspective in a way you?ve never encountered from a business book. Inside Before the Exit, author Dan Andrews takes a unique look at what it means to sell your business and covers what the p...

    Fabulous counterpoint to common entrepreneurial advice Dan's candid story telling of his exit gives a very different (and very needed) perspective on what exiting a business can look like. I highly recommend this quick read. ...

    Short & sweet. What I like most about this book is that it asks the "non-obvious" questions that you will not often hear asked in mainstream media or in public circles. All exits/acquisitions/mergers are lauded, but the details are rarely completely known nor is the full "cost" ...

    The book proposes some interesting thought exercises about if and when you should sell your business. ...

    It's a quick read about what we don't talk much about - how to exit business you've built. There's no need to be in a process of planning to sell one or even having anything to sell. This is just a refreshing way to look into life of the entrepreneur. There's plenty written on how to g...

    It's an excellent short read in a field that isn't written about much: how business owners think about their exits. Dan shares, warts and all, his experiences selling his business (Part 2 of the book) after he spends Part 1 of the book walking us through various exercises to consider, ...

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  • Kendra Kinnison
    Mar 31, 2018

    I?ve read this book twice already?it?s a brilliant short read that will change your perspective in a way you?ve never encountered from a business book. Inside Before the Exit, author Dan Andrews takes a unique look at what it means to sell your business and covers what the p...

    Fabulous counterpoint to common entrepreneurial advice Dan's candid story telling of his exit gives a very different (and very needed) perspective on what exiting a business can look like. I highly recommend this quick read. ...

    Short & sweet. What I like most about this book is that it asks the "non-obvious" questions that you will not often hear asked in mainstream media or in public circles. All exits/acquisitions/mergers are lauded, but the details are rarely completely known nor is the full "cost" ...

    The book proposes some interesting thought exercises about if and when you should sell your business. ...

    It's a quick read about what we don't talk much about - how to exit business you've built. There's no need to be in a process of planning to sell one or even having anything to sell. This is just a refreshing way to look into life of the entrepreneur. There's plenty written on how to g...

    It's an excellent short read in a field that isn't written about much: how business owners think about their exits. Dan shares, warts and all, his experiences selling his business (Part 2 of the book) after he spends Part 1 of the book walking us through various exercises to consider, ...

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  • Vukan
    May 12, 2018

    I?ve read this book twice already?it?s a brilliant short read that will change your perspective in a way you?ve never encountered from a business book. Inside Before the Exit, author Dan Andrews takes a unique look at what it means to sell your business and covers what the p...

    Fabulous counterpoint to common entrepreneurial advice Dan's candid story telling of his exit gives a very different (and very needed) perspective on what exiting a business can look like. I highly recommend this quick read. ...

    Short & sweet. What I like most about this book is that it asks the "non-obvious" questions that you will not often hear asked in mainstream media or in public circles. All exits/acquisitions/mergers are lauded, but the details are rarely completely known nor is the full "cost" ...

    The book proposes some interesting thought exercises about if and when you should sell your business. ...

    It's a quick read about what we don't talk much about - how to exit business you've built. There's no need to be in a process of planning to sell one or even having anything to sell. This is just a refreshing way to look into life of the entrepreneur. There's plenty written on how to g...

    It's an excellent short read in a field that isn't written about much: how business owners think about their exits. Dan shares, warts and all, his experiences selling his business (Part 2 of the book) after he spends Part 1 of the book walking us through various exercises to consider, ...

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  • Stan Leloup
    Apr 26, 2018

    I?ve read this book twice already?it?s a brilliant short read that will change your perspective in a way you?ve never encountered from a business book. Inside Before the Exit, author Dan Andrews takes a unique look at what it means to sell your business and covers what the p...

    Fabulous counterpoint to common entrepreneurial advice Dan's candid story telling of his exit gives a very different (and very needed) perspective on what exiting a business can look like. I highly recommend this quick read. ...

    Short & sweet. What I like most about this book is that it asks the "non-obvious" questions that you will not often hear asked in mainstream media or in public circles. All exits/acquisitions/mergers are lauded, but the details are rarely completely known nor is the full "cost" ...

    The book proposes some interesting thought exercises about if and when you should sell your business. ...

    It's a quick read about what we don't talk much about - how to exit business you've built. There's no need to be in a process of planning to sell one or even having anything to sell. This is just a refreshing way to look into life of the entrepreneur. There's plenty written on how to g...

    It's an excellent short read in a field that isn't written about much: how business owners think about their exits. Dan shares, warts and all, his experiences selling his business (Part 2 of the book) after he spends Part 1 of the book walking us through various exercises to consider, ...

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  • Marquis Calmes
    Apr 15, 2018

    I?ve read this book twice already?it?s a brilliant short read that will change your perspective in a way you?ve never encountered from a business book. Inside Before the Exit, author Dan Andrews takes a unique look at what it means to sell your business and covers what the p...

    Fabulous counterpoint to common entrepreneurial advice Dan's candid story telling of his exit gives a very different (and very needed) perspective on what exiting a business can look like. I highly recommend this quick read. ...

    Short & sweet. What I like most about this book is that it asks the "non-obvious" questions that you will not often hear asked in mainstream media or in public circles. All exits/acquisitions/mergers are lauded, but the details are rarely completely known nor is the full "cost" ...

    The book proposes some interesting thought exercises about if and when you should sell your business. ...

    It's a quick read about what we don't talk much about - how to exit business you've built. There's no need to be in a process of planning to sell one or even having anything to sell. This is just a refreshing way to look into life of the entrepreneur. There's plenty written on how to g...

    It's an excellent short read in a field that isn't written about much: how business owners think about their exits. Dan shares, warts and all, his experiences selling his business (Part 2 of the book) after he spends Part 1 of the book walking us through various exercises to consider, ...

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  • Stephen Heiner
    Jul 26, 2018

    I?ve read this book twice already?it?s a brilliant short read that will change your perspective in a way you?ve never encountered from a business book. Inside Before the Exit, author Dan Andrews takes a unique look at what it means to sell your business and covers what the p...

    Fabulous counterpoint to common entrepreneurial advice Dan's candid story telling of his exit gives a very different (and very needed) perspective on what exiting a business can look like. I highly recommend this quick read. ...

    Short & sweet. What I like most about this book is that it asks the "non-obvious" questions that you will not often hear asked in mainstream media or in public circles. All exits/acquisitions/mergers are lauded, but the details are rarely completely known nor is the full "cost" ...

    The book proposes some interesting thought exercises about if and when you should sell your business. ...

    It's a quick read about what we don't talk much about - how to exit business you've built. There's no need to be in a process of planning to sell one or even having anything to sell. This is just a refreshing way to look into life of the entrepreneur. There's plenty written on how to g...

    It's an excellent short read in a field that isn't written about much: how business owners think about their exits. Dan shares, warts and all, his experiences selling his business (Part 2 of the book) after he spends Part 1 of the book walking us through various exercises to consider, ...

  • Adii Pienaar
    Apr 21, 2018

    I?ve read this book twice already?it?s a brilliant short read that will change your perspective in a way you?ve never encountered from a business book. Inside Before the Exit, author Dan Andrews takes a unique look at what it means to sell your business and covers what the p...

    Fabulous counterpoint to common entrepreneurial advice Dan's candid story telling of his exit gives a very different (and very needed) perspective on what exiting a business can look like. I highly recommend this quick read. ...

    Short & sweet. What I like most about this book is that it asks the "non-obvious" questions that you will not often hear asked in mainstream media or in public circles. All exits/acquisitions/mergers are lauded, but the details are rarely completely known nor is the full "cost" ...

  • Dustin Overbeck
    Apr 18, 2018

    I?ve read this book twice already?it?s a brilliant short read that will change your perspective in a way you?ve never encountered from a business book. Inside Before the Exit, author Dan Andrews takes a unique look at what it means to sell your business and covers what the p...

    Fabulous counterpoint to common entrepreneurial advice Dan's candid story telling of his exit gives a very different (and very needed) perspective on what exiting a business can look like. I highly recommend this quick read. ...

    Short & sweet. What I like most about this book is that it asks the "non-obvious" questions that you will not often hear asked in mainstream media or in public circles. All exits/acquisitions/mergers are lauded, but the details are rarely completely known nor is the full "cost" ...

    The book proposes some interesting thought exercises about if and when you should sell your business. ...

    It's a quick read about what we don't talk much about - how to exit business you've built. There's no need to be in a process of planning to sell one or even having anything to sell. This is just a refreshing way to look into life of the entrepreneur. There's plenty written on how to g...

    It's an excellent short read in a field that isn't written about much: how business owners think about their exits. Dan shares, warts and all, his experiences selling his business (Part 2 of the book) after he spends Part 1 of the book walking us through various exercises to consider, ...

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  • Martijn Reintjes
    May 28, 2018

    I?ve read this book twice already?it?s a brilliant short read that will change your perspective in a way you?ve never encountered from a business book. Inside Before the Exit, author Dan Andrews takes a unique look at what it means to sell your business and covers what the p...

    Fabulous counterpoint to common entrepreneurial advice Dan's candid story telling of his exit gives a very different (and very needed) perspective on what exiting a business can look like. I highly recommend this quick read. ...

    Short & sweet. What I like most about this book is that it asks the "non-obvious" questions that you will not often hear asked in mainstream media or in public circles. All exits/acquisitions/mergers are lauded, but the details are rarely completely known nor is the full "cost" ...

    The book proposes some interesting thought exercises about if and when you should sell your business. ...

  • Jorė Astrauskaitė
    Apr 09, 2018

    I?ve read this book twice already?it?s a brilliant short read that will change your perspective in a way you?ve never encountered from a business book. Inside Before the Exit, author Dan Andrews takes a unique look at what it means to sell your business and covers what the p...

    Fabulous counterpoint to common entrepreneurial advice Dan's candid story telling of his exit gives a very different (and very needed) perspective on what exiting a business can look like. I highly recommend this quick read. ...

    Short & sweet. What I like most about this book is that it asks the "non-obvious" questions that you will not often hear asked in mainstream media or in public circles. All exits/acquisitions/mergers are lauded, but the details are rarely completely known nor is the full "cost" ...

    The book proposes some interesting thought exercises about if and when you should sell your business. ...

    It's a quick read about what we don't talk much about - how to exit business you've built. There's no need to be in a process of planning to sell one or even having anything to sell. This is just a refreshing way to look into life of the entrepreneur. There's plenty written on how to g...

  • Luke
    Apr 27, 2018

    I?ve read this book twice already?it?s a brilliant short read that will change your perspective in a way you?ve never encountered from a business book. Inside Before the Exit, author Dan Andrews takes a unique look at what it means to sell your business and covers what the p...

    Fabulous counterpoint to common entrepreneurial advice Dan's candid story telling of his exit gives a very different (and very needed) perspective on what exiting a business can look like. I highly recommend this quick read. ...

    Short & sweet. What I like most about this book is that it asks the "non-obvious" questions that you will not often hear asked in mainstream media or in public circles. All exits/acquisitions/mergers are lauded, but the details are rarely completely known nor is the full "cost" ...

    The book proposes some interesting thought exercises about if and when you should sell your business. ...

    It's a quick read about what we don't talk much about - how to exit business you've built. There's no need to be in a process of planning to sell one or even having anything to sell. This is just a refreshing way to look into life of the entrepreneur. There's plenty written on how to g...

    It's an excellent short read in a field that isn't written about much: how business owners think about their exits. Dan shares, warts and all, his experiences selling his business (Part 2 of the book) after he spends Part 1 of the book walking us through various exercises to consider, ...

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  • Ben Inkster
    Apr 29, 2018

    I?ve read this book twice already?it?s a brilliant short read that will change your perspective in a way you?ve never encountered from a business book. Inside Before the Exit, author Dan Andrews takes a unique look at what it means to sell your business and covers what the p...

    Fabulous counterpoint to common entrepreneurial advice Dan's candid story telling of his exit gives a very different (and very needed) perspective on what exiting a business can look like. I highly recommend this quick read. ...

  • Francisco Leger
    Apr 04, 2018

    I?ve read this book twice already?it?s a brilliant short read that will change your perspective in a way you?ve never encountered from a business book. Inside Before the Exit, author Dan Andrews takes a unique look at what it means to sell your business and covers what the p...

    Fabulous counterpoint to common entrepreneurial advice Dan's candid story telling of his exit gives a very different (and very needed) perspective on what exiting a business can look like. I highly recommend this quick read. ...

    Short & sweet. What I like most about this book is that it asks the "non-obvious" questions that you will not often hear asked in mainstream media or in public circles. All exits/acquisitions/mergers are lauded, but the details are rarely completely known nor is the full "cost" ...

    The book proposes some interesting thought exercises about if and when you should sell your business. ...

    It's a quick read about what we don't talk much about - how to exit business you've built. There's no need to be in a process of planning to sell one or even having anything to sell. This is just a refreshing way to look into life of the entrepreneur. There's plenty written on how to g...

    It's an excellent short read in a field that isn't written about much: how business owners think about their exits. Dan shares, warts and all, his experiences selling his business (Part 2 of the book) after he spends Part 1 of the book walking us through various exercises to consider, ...

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  • Josh
    Oct 12, 2018

    I?ve read this book twice already?it?s a brilliant short read that will change your perspective in a way you?ve never encountered from a business book. Inside Before the Exit, author Dan Andrews takes a unique look at what it means to sell your business and covers what the p...

    Fabulous counterpoint to common entrepreneurial advice Dan's candid story telling of his exit gives a very different (and very needed) perspective on what exiting a business can look like. I highly recommend this quick read. ...

    Short & sweet. What I like most about this book is that it asks the "non-obvious" questions that you will not often hear asked in mainstream media or in public circles. All exits/acquisitions/mergers are lauded, but the details are rarely completely known nor is the full "cost" ...

    The book proposes some interesting thought exercises about if and when you should sell your business. ...

    It's a quick read about what we don't talk much about - how to exit business you've built. There's no need to be in a process of planning to sell one or even having anything to sell. This is just a refreshing way to look into life of the entrepreneur. There's plenty written on how to g...

    It's an excellent short read in a field that isn't written about much: how business owners think about their exits. Dan shares, warts and all, his experiences selling his business (Part 2 of the book) after he spends Part 1 of the book walking us through various exercises to consider, ...

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  • Paul Carleton
    May 05, 2018

    I?ve read this book twice already?it?s a brilliant short read that will change your perspective in a way you?ve never encountered from a business book. Inside Before the Exit, author Dan Andrews takes a unique look at what it means to sell your business and covers what the p...

  • Valerii Soloviov
    May 18, 2018

    I?ve read this book twice already?it?s a brilliant short read that will change your perspective in a way you?ve never encountered from a business book. Inside Before the Exit, author Dan Andrews takes a unique look at what it means to sell your business and covers what the p...

    Fabulous counterpoint to common entrepreneurial advice Dan's candid story telling of his exit gives a very different (and very needed) perspective on what exiting a business can look like. I highly recommend this quick read. ...

    Short & sweet. What I like most about this book is that it asks the "non-obvious" questions that you will not often hear asked in mainstream media or in public circles. All exits/acquisitions/mergers are lauded, but the details are rarely completely known nor is the full "cost" ...

    The book proposes some interesting thought exercises about if and when you should sell your business. ...

    It's a quick read about what we don't talk much about - how to exit business you've built. There's no need to be in a process of planning to sell one or even having anything to sell. This is just a refreshing way to look into life of the entrepreneur. There's plenty written on how to g...

    It's an excellent short read in a field that isn't written about much: how business owners think about their exits. Dan shares, warts and all, his experiences selling his business (Part 2 of the book) after he spends Part 1 of the book walking us through various exercises to consider, ...

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