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PAUL CRONIN
Works at Successful Transition Planning Institute
Attended Northeastern U.
Lives in Andover, MA
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And What To Do If Your Business Partnership Is On The RocksGreat News! Did you know that people that grow a business with a partner tend to be far more financially successful?According to a 2008 study by the IRS and Small Business Administration, average revenues for partnerships grew 157% while sole proprietors sank by 7% over a thirty year period.So if you're in a business with a partner, congratulations for making a good decision.Here are 3 mo...
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Simply great energy idea from a college kids at SMU 
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sounds advice
-*+There was a time when traveling alone as a woman was unheard of. Well, not anymore! Baby boomer women today are challenging stereotypes and living life on their own terms. They are exploring the world, even if they don’t have someone to travel with. But, this raises an interesting question. How can you stay safe, while traveling alone as a woman?
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Life is short. You need to learn to ask to spend time with your family if that’s important to you.
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Webinar - Succession Planning: Why Business Owners Often Don’t Get it Right and How You (or Your Client) Can

Succession Planning for business owners typically deals with "who, what, when and how much".  What is often overlooked is the owner's inner concerns:  "What will I do after I leave my business? and "Will my new life be meaningful?"  Owners (and advisors) who fail to examine these questions in a deep and thoughtful way, risk making decisions they come to regret, when it's too late to do anything about it.

Learn from Paul Cronin, COO of Successful Transition Planning Institute (STPI) with his funny and insightful stories of the transitions of his clients (and his own).  Find out what works and what doesn't in this fun, informative webinar.

This Webinar will run live twice:
June 23 (2PM-EDT)
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1953117847229485826

June 24 (11AM-EDT)
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5603917564399054593

It will also be recorded.

You also may learn more at www.ThePlatinumYears.com (or for advisors, www.SuccessfulTransitionPlanning.com)
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so very cool.. For practical me, this is now a viable alternative to a gas-fired back-up whole-house emergency generator.  We would rarely need more than a day of power after an ice or snow storm.
The major upshot of more and cheaper batteries could be a much greener planet.
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more common sense from Rock laManna
Discover what is meant by Fair Market Value and why it’s so important for any business to understand.
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great tips here
This infographic from LondonSpeakerBureau.com offers nine steps to a memorable speech, from preparation to delivery.
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As we say at ThePlatinumYears.com, getting personally ready is a foundation for a great transition to the best 10-20-30 years of life.
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Director of Business Development
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Management, Entreprenurship, Business Development, Sales
Employment
  • Successful Transition Planning Institute
    Director of Business Development, 2009 - present
  • Parmasters Golf Training Centers
    Investor and Advisor, 2004 - 2008
  • PFC Resources
    Principal, 2002 - 2010
  • Eden Toys
    Regional Sales Manager, 1983 - 2000
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Andover, MA
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Boston, MA - Scotch Plains, NJ - Haverhill, MA
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Introduction

Business Development Expert.  As an Executive with an entrepreneurial mindset, I bring 30+ years of professional experience in sales, management, consulting and entrepreneurship to clients.

I have presented at the MIT Enterprise Forum as well as Northeastern University on issues of entrepreneurship, running a successful business and business networking.

I am a partner at the Successful Transition Planning Institute, focused on driving growth by expanding its community of professional advisers, managing the website and social media profile, as well as shaping and driving its strategy.

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  • Northeastern U.
  • Boston Latin School
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A Tale of Two Families
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The #1 Mistake to Avoid When Selling Your Business
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Why being emotionally unprepared is the biggest mistake to avoid when selling your business, and how you can prevent it.

The Greatest Buy/Sell Plan Ever
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Planning to leave your business. Make sure you include your spouse in the conversation.

Alarming Statistics if You’re Preparing to Sell Your Business
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If you’re preparing to sell a business, these numbers should inspire you to get your house in order.

Finally An Excellent Solution To Leaving Your Business?
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Lots of businesses should only be sold to managers. Learn why.

Beware of Deed Scams
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Homeowners beware: Some unscrupulous companies are trying to get owners to pony up for a copy of their deed, but it’s a scam.

What Not to Do When Choosing an Employee to Take Over Your Business
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If you're looking to transfer your business to a star employee, make sure to watch out for these common pitfalls.

Don’t Keep Family Business Successors in the Dark
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Owning and running a multi-generational family business can be extremely rewarding and challenging.

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6 Things You Need To Do Before Retirement
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When you retire your world will change. Learn 6 ways your life will be different.

Be Humble, Learn From The Best!
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Learning is always evolving. There are four ways that you can learn to make your business more successful.

Sometimes Done Isn’t Really Done
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Sort of done is never really done. Learn why done done is the only way to go.

Oversight and Insight: Governance in Family Enterprises
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Governance is often described as one of the fundamental responsibilities of ownership of a multi-generational family business. Therefore, ad

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Or your Facebook page or your tweets? Not much. In real life, it's not unusual for one in four people who walk into your store to buy from y

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Eleven Ways to Control Your Emotions When You’ve Got a Business For Sale
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If you’ve got a business for sale, get ready for an emotional roller-coaster ride. Here are tips on how to make it through the process.

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