Want to double the value of your business? Get it functioning like a well-oiled machine so you have the option to sell it? Cash Out BIG helps shorten the learning curve to having a service business that generates wealth, freedom, and a legacy. (Otherwise, you may be among the 90% of entrepreneurs who can never afford to stop working). Hosted by award-winning business attorney Nina Kaufman, every weekly episode brings you an interview with successful entrepreneurs and advisors who share the tools to build a business that has real, sellable value down the line. That can function and grow without depending on its owners. Guests have shared strategies around business leadership, recurring revenue streams, automating business systems, building a workforce, alliances, IP licensing, and exit planning, and many others. Listen in, and find out what you can do to Cash Out BIG.
How to move from lead-doer to small business leader
For most service business owners, when your brand is all about you, it’s not scalable. In this interview, she lays out her 4-step process for translating your personal brand
What to Include on Your Business Dashboard
Listen to the Episode Below: Marketing may have the sex appeal, but finance is where the rubber meets the road when it comes to growing your business. The hard numbers can tell where you’re succeeding, where you could put in a little more work, and where you’re hemorrhaging and should let go of what’s not ... Read More
What REALLY drives your revenue?
Listen to the Episode Below: Owning your own business means understanding what drives your revenue, not just the revenue itself. And in order to drive your revenue and put it on auto-pilot, you need to create rewarding experiences that define your business for yourself and your clients. Elaine Starling is on today’s episode to tell ... Read More
When the Answer is Software and Not More Service
Listen to the Episode Below: When it comes to scaling, service businesses get stuck in the time for dollars equation. How can we increase our income without magically creating more time? We can always find ways to cut costs, spend less, work faster, or delegate to other people. How can technology solve this problem? What ... Read More
Putting the Brakes on Business Growth
Listen to the Episode Below: I’m sure you’ve never been told as a business owner to deliberately hold back your growth, but it can be the wisest move you make. Natalie MacNeil, the Emmy award winning media entrepreneur, will vouch for it. Natalie encountered the limits of “growth for growth’s sake,” and took a step ... Read More
Creating a Subscription Model … Then Stepping Back
Listen to the Episode Below: Touching base and staying involved in all of the goings-on in your business can be a circus! How can you balance every customer relationship and still feel like you’re giving them 100%? (Answer: You just can’t). But there are things you can do that will help you manage your time ... Read More
Insightful, Practical Advice
I have worked with dozens of small business owners in my 30+ years as a CPA. Ca$h Out Big offers practical advice for even the most seasoned business owner. Nina is an insightful interviewer and her practical questions encourage her guests to offer candid advice about both challenges and opportunities.
Tremendous Guidance to Help My Business Grow
I have worked with Nina over the past 12 years since I started my own company and she always provides sound advice and the necessary guidance that has helped me to grow my business. Beyond the working relationship, I have received so much benefit through her Business Exponential podcast series. The topics are always very relatable and there are so many great takeways from each that I can apply to my own business. Both Nina and the experts in business she interviews continue to be a useful resource. I highly recommend listening to the series and if you have the opportunity to work with Nina you will not be disappointed!!!
Let's Get It RIGHT!
Nina takes the time to research and learn what her guests bring to the microphone- insight, wisdom, and humor make this wildly listenable, and profoundly useful.