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by Jay Geier
Exit strategy is one of those subjects most people
don’t spend a lot of time thinking about, but it takes
a lot to engineer. To get the most out of this article,
you will need a calculator, a few sheets of blank
paper and something to write with.
I’ve been studying success and looking at what it takes for people to be financially independent for a long, long time, and have been a business owner since I was 18 years old. I've
had thousands of dentists come through our coaching program at the Scheduling Institute
where we focus on creating their exit strategies. We've helped them not only create their
plan but accumulate wealth along the way.
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The first problem with leaving your practice is money. Most people have no idea how
much money is enough money. When you can’t answer the question of how much is
enough, the answer is always one more dollar. And saving money takes time.
JANUARY / FEBRUARY 2013 // orthotown.com
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