If you were forced sell your business tomorrow, how much would you get for it?
The answer, for most small businesses, is practically nothing.
If you have a business that you can’t sell, then you don’t really have a business at all … you just have a job with flexible working hours.
Typically small businesses get sold for “scrap”: goodwill, a client or user base, some technological asset -- and that's if they manage to sell at all.
All these amount to virtually nothing in the scale of things.
So what builds real value in your business?
What turns a “job you own” into a “business you can sell”?
THE ANSWER IS SIMPLE: GOOD POLICIES & PROCEDURES
In order to turn your business into a real asset, you need to have policies & procedures that:
- … will describe with virtually no training how to generate leads, close sales and satisfy customers
- … will describe how to hire and who to hire for each and every role in your business
- … are flexible enough to grow and scale as the business does
- … ensure legal compliance in your field with a minimum of effort and oversight
So how does your “business manual” look?
How easily could you train someone else to do what you do?
Anyone can write a document describing how to “do the books each month” or how to “schedule my appointments for me” … that’s the easy stuff.
That stuff might make your life easier in the short term, but it’s about 1/100th of what it takes to actually write comprehensive, sellable business documentation.
Once you grasp the scope of what it’s really going to take to create policies & procedures so good that you could sell your business, it’s tempting to just give up.
It seems almost impossible!
But there is an answer to this seemingly intractable problem…
The Stressed Out Business Owner’s Policies & Procedures toolkit
Start writing policies & procedures today that are good enough to sell and will build real value in your business.
What you will receive when you buy the toolkit:
- A policies & procedures framework created using the same world class, open source software that runs Wikipedia
- Video tutorials which show you precisely how to create high value policies & procedures that are good enough to sell
- Your own private “cloud server” with the software installed and free hosting for 1 year (and just $9.95/month after that)
- The freedom to choose your hosting provider and complete control and ownership of your documentation - no lock in and no contract!
- A system built with open source software that you own and you control
- A 1-hour one-on-one coaching session to help you setup your first procedure