David Weaver

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So far David Weaver has created 19 blog entries.

What Can Businesses Do To Prevent a COVID Like Interruption in The Future?

2020-11-17T20:11:18-06:00By |Advisor Collaboration, Burning Questions, COVID 19: The Path Forward, Video|

The unfortunate reality of a crisis, like COVID-19, is not every business survives. It is sad, but it is part of the correction that takes place when markets might be saturated, or where there might be underperforming units. Owners can work towards protecting themselves in the future by leveraging what [...]

Video: The Perfect Storm for Estate Planning Before Year End

2020-10-27T16:50:32-05:00By |Video|

2020 feels a lot like a Perfect Storm. A pandemic, political and social unrest, and economic turmoil. Depending upon when you watch this, you may be fretting about how the election will affect your asset portfolio and estate planning. David Weaver shares different estate planning opportunities to consider before year-end as well as a [...]

What Can Car Dealers Do to Prevent Interruptions, Like COVID, In the Future?

2020-11-17T20:56:41-06:00By |Advisor Collaboration, Burning Questions, Video|

Technology is one of the biggest areas of change for dealers coming out of COVID-19. Digital and online technology has enabled dealers to provide an enhanced and unique customer experience while keeping employees and customers safe. Customers are able to browse and buy vehicles, navigate the F&I process, schedule pick-up and [...]

What Are Strategies To Help My Son & Daughter Work Better Together?

2020-09-22T10:05:05-05:00By |Advisor Collaboration, Burning Questions, Video|

Conflict is inevitable in business, even more so in the family business. Understanding the impacts of differing personalities and behavioral traits is a key component for setting siblings up for success. Varying styles of communication, differing motivating factors and even differences in how one may handle stress can create unnecessary [...]

As Seen in Multi-Unit Franchisee Report – Plan Now for the Other Side of the Pandemic

2020-06-17T10:19:36-05:00By |Succession Blog|

As we begin to see the first signs of the economy opening from the global pandemic meltdown of the last few months, it makes sense to look at your business through a different lens. Now is the time to plan for the other side. If you wish to come out of this pandemic with [...]

As Seen in Digital Dealer – Feeling Family Pressure? How to Overcome Mismatched Expectations

2020-06-12T12:29:11-05:00By |Succession Blog|

In working with families to help understand perceived issues, one of the first steps I take is to determine if they are on the same page. Do they value and want the same things for the family and the business? If not, there is a disconnect and more of a challenge in matching expectations. [...]

As Seen in Multi-Unit Franchisee Report – Dealing With Dysfunctional Behavior In The Family Business

2019-12-23T12:32:19-06:00By |Succession Blog|

Differences between siblings, cousins, in-laws, or between parent and child can be devastating to family relationships and the business. It may begin with some small incident that escalates or a series of decisions that never gets resolved due to differences in perspective or opinion but regardless of the trigger, it can lead to devastating [...]

As Seen in Multi-Unit Franchisee Report – Determining Value Is More Important Than Operational Efficiency

2019-12-23T11:58:16-06:00By |Succession Blog|

Succession planning covers a broad range of subjects which may be broadly categorized by legal, financial, and people. Each of these many facets of succession are intimately woven together, interdependent upon each other's outcome. Each of these can be broken down into 10 interdependent subsets. Based on your unique business scenario and your perspective [...]

As Seen in Multi-Unit Franchisee Report – How Do You Know When It’s ‘The End’?

2019-12-28T13:14:34-06:00By |Succession Blog|

We often hear the term 'planning with the end in mind' yet in business, we rarely know what 'the end' really means. Since most business owners do not know if or when they want to cut back or exit, they never start planning for that event. Planning for your exit and/or succession will help [...]

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