Steph Sharp has been involved in $20 billion deals, worked with over 400 clients in every industry from professional and health services, to utilities, ferry operations, high technology, retail and food processing.

In her finance career she has specialized in exit transactions – with Goldman Sachs, Bank of America, CIBC Wood Gundy, as well as corporations, individuals, private equity funds, and venture capitalists – with deals usually being between $1 million to $10 billion.

Over the past 20 years, she has trained hundreds of entrepreneurs, business owners and professionals around the globe on how to successfully complete exit transactions.

So today I’ve asked her to come here, talk with us a little bit and share some of what’s she’s learned about exiting a business.. This is a content rich interview so you may want a paper & pen.

Mission Statement:

My mission is to create 200 new multi-millionaire business owners who solve world problems with entrepreneurship. How? You’ll do better when you know better.

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Would it help you to hear them talk to other high-level entrepreneurs about their journeys, their mistakes and how they overcame their challenges to create the lives and financial success they desire

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