Exit Strategies for the Solopreneur
Presented by: Dawn Rasmussen, CMP
So you’ve built up your business and customers are booming. But suddenly, retirement age is now looming on the horizon, or perhaps you are burnt out (this happens frequently). How do you plan a graceful exit from your business? Fellow NRWA member Dawn Rasmussen will provide some viable options for you to retain the value of the business asset you have built up while providing clear avenues to move on to the next phase of your life, be it focused on more free time or transitioning to working for another company.
In this session, you will learn:
- Understand what you need to do in advance of leaving your business.
- Determine whether to sell or close up shop, and ways to do so.
- How to transition into your new life phase.
This one-hour recording from the 2020 Virtual Conference is $9.99 for NRWA members and $19.99 for nonmembers. It is not eligible for CEUs.
About Dawn Rasmussen:
Dawn Rasmussen, a certified résumé writer, is the president of Portland, Ore.-based Pathfinder Writing and Career Services and author of “Forget Job Security: Build Your Marketability” which is the first-ever book that provides a complete roadmap on how manage your career.
Instead of continuing this speaker introduction with a long, boring list of career accolades or high-profile media outlets where she has been featured, here is the one thing that makes Dawn “tick”: a relentless and tireless desire to help everyone understand the importance of actively managing their career every minute of every day.
So if Dawn makes you uncomfortable during this recording, that’s great! That tells her that she has pushed your envelope (in a good way) and helped make you think, and means that this is the first step in the journey where you to begin to actively manage your career destiny.
When she isn’t busy working with résumé clients, speaking to conference groups internationally and nationally, writing articles / blogs, or teaching, Dawn is hiking in Oregon’s spectacular outdoors, kayaking, or plotting her next adventure.