Is it a weed or a money tree? Walking in the field today, I took some time to behold the KY State Flower: The Goldenrod. The rich yellow tones are the perfect accompaniment to the transition [...]
The New York Times’s coverage of Francis Haugen’s testimony at the Senate Subcommittee on Commerce struck a chord with me. Tech correspondent, Sheera Frenkel, joined The Daily’s host, Astead Herndon, in discussing the horrifying glimpse into [...]
When the sun’s too hot, just picnic under the table! I recently hosted my granddaughter for a day at my home, Red Sunflower Farm. An observant and curious girl, she and I adore soaking up afternoons [...]
We <3 Our Clients: Shining the light on good people doing good things Stacy Martz, Executive Director of PLAN of Southwest Ohio While most of the world’s employers are grasping for strategies to survive ‘The Great [...]
Josh Jalinski, The Financial Quarterback, is joined by Mackey McNeill. Mackey is CEO and President of MACKEY, a Cincinnati-based firm offering family-owned businesses an invaluable and innovative combination of coaching and CFO-level financial expertise to increase their chances of a successful succession.
Bestselling author, Sue Monk Kidd said in a recent interview with Brene Brown on her podcast, Unlocking Us, “Every person has their own particular genius, that is their largeness, that is unique to them. Bringing it forth is a life’s work… It’s frightening to think of having this part of ourselves, this magnitude, this passion in ourselves... Bringing forth your largeness is a gift to the world.”
I became the team’s CARES Act expert and began work with small businesses (whether they were clients or not) to help navigate the PPP and EIDL loan landscapes. In the days, weeks and months that followed I began to encounter over and over again the true spirit of the Nation’s entrepreneurial community.
As the business grows, experiences ups and downs, and presents what seem like a never-ending series of demands, the owner may feel like their business owns them, not the other way around. Below is the story of my journey from busy entrepreneur to retired and how I was able to plan and accomplish the transition.
Having your cake and eating it too – Plan your transition and choose to keep working You love running your company. Some of your friends have retired. You saw how excited they were when their retirement [...]