Bo Burlingham





Bo Burlingham



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“The shareholders who own the businesses in this book have other, nonfinancial priorities in addition to their financial objectives. Not that they don’t want to earn a good return on their investment, but it’s not their only goal, or even necessarily their paramount goal. They’re also interested in being great at what they do, creating a great place to work, providing great service to customers, having great relationships with their suppliers, making great contributions to the communities they live and work in, and finding great ways to lead their lives. They’ve learned, moreover, that to excel in all those things, they have to keep ownership and control inside the company and, in many cases, place significant limits on how much and how fast they grow. The wealth they’ve created, though substantial, has been a byproduct of success in these other areas. I call them small giants.”
Bo Burlingham, Small Giants: Companies That Choose to be Great Instead of Big

“Canadian entrepreneur John Warrillow, who has started five businesses and sold four of them. “I don’t believe you are really an entrepreneur until you’ve exited, because you haven’t completed the cycle. You’re still standing on third base. It is not about starting. Anyone can start a business. Until you’ve actually sold one, you haven’t touched all the bases.”
Bo Burlingham, Finish Big: How Great Entrepreneurs Exit Their Companies on Top

“First, the process will lead you to look for and adopt better business practices, as Ray Pagano did.”
Bo Burlingham, Finish Big: How Great Entrepreneurs Exit Their Companies on Top



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