Arriving On Time At Your Destination
Planning around scenarios impacting your business vision can often feel like you are running out of gas and time. Distributors and logistics suppliers have some of the most complex challenges due to the external factors out of your control. We are experts in unraveling the potential, possible and probable issue and work with you to map out strategies helping you navigate detours and stay on schedule when the unknown hits, and you’re in need of succession planning for logistics or distribution networks.
As experts in the complex, we approach the business from 10 interdependent perspectives, which optimally positions your business to grow, sell to a third party or transition to the next generation. The number one thing business owners notice when they engage our services is a clear path forward.
What happens when you decide to takes the next step towards the future you imagine…now? Business ownership by nature is risky; succession planning however creates strategies and structure to put you in control. Using our succession planning for logistics and distribution, out experienced team of family business advisors can show you how to maximize the value of your company and ensure a smooth transition.
What People Want From Their Leaders
People are worn out on untrustworthy, fickle, and insecure individuals who are disguising themselves as “leaders.” A recent meme from “somecards” says it best “You're not a Leader if nobody wants to follow you... You're just a control freak, power-tripping jerk who wants to be in charge.” For years, employers [...]
Defining the Highest and Best Use of Your Time
Part two of our discussion focused on how to de-commit to doing things that are not the highest and best use of our time. In the previous episode, Lightening Your Burden, we discussed strategies to determine if you want to keep doing something, stop it, or delegate. We continue the [...]
Tips to Create Family Business Joy for the Holidays
The holidays can bring about a mixture of happy and sad emotions. Entrepreneurial-owned businesses are unique in that your business is a family business. You may employ those related to you by blood and employ loyal people you have grown to care about beyond just dollars and cents. With a family business environment, mismatched [...]
Art of Agreements: Relationships, Collaboration & Getting Things Done
Meeting new people and building relationships requires some sort of next step. Whether that be a follow-up phone call, checking in on a friend, setting a meeting, or advocating for yourself. As we navigate life we are entering into simple agreements such as RSVPing for a friend's party AND showing [...]
Meet your tribe! We are pioneers, trailblazers, go-getters, power professionals, marvelous moms, friends, and so much more. Our discussions span from leadership, business, relationships, and personal growth, and everything in between. In this episode, we share what influences our 5 different perspectives based upon each of our unique backgrounds. Join [...]
Looking To Grow? Turning Your Vision Into Reality
What better way to celebrate succession planning than to talk about growth in the business? You, as a business owner, are in a power position. With action, you can create control over your future. Growth, success, and succession are team sport. Welcome to the kick-off episode of The Rawls Group’s [...]
The Succession Planning Matrix
The Succession Planning Matrix
Many people put off succession planning because they think it means retirement, exit, and the end. However; succession planning is just the beginning. It gives the owner options in terms of what “their next” looks like, whether that be growth, philanthropy, or a new business venture. Our process focuses are addressing 10 key areas of what we call the Succession Matrix.
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We can help you with insights, other resources, and see if it makes sense to work together. At the very least, in 30 minutes, you may get some ideas you can apply to your business right away.