A Little About Pete Martin:
Pete Martin is the Founder and CEO of AskMyBoard, a company focused on helping business owners unleash their business’s highest potential value to grow faster and more profitably to put you in a position to exit at the highest price or confidently detach from the business.
As a serial entrepreneur, Pete has started, scaled, and successfully exited four previous companies, including his last to KPMG for 12 times EBIDTA and no earn-out.
Pete is also the author of the upcoming book, “Pillars of Power – the foundation for explosive growth and sustainable scale”.
He is the creator of the Catapult Method™, which helps companies work strategically on every part of their business-enhancing all eight drivers of business value simultaneously.
He has personally facilitated $1 billion in software, services, and technology sales to companies worldwide.
Pete’s reach is over 6,500, and he would be happy to let his network know to listen in
In this episode of The Millionaire’s Lawyer, JP and Pete Martin discuss:
Work ethic in America is very, very diligent and must not be healthy for the long term
There are Universal Trues, no matter the industry:
- Customers are needed
- Team is essential
- Capital is required
- Strategic Execution – do not be the owner that gets trapped in the business since you are the business
It is a great thing to grow your business without external capital
Since COVID has happened, people are now preferring the online option to do things. They notice that the travel time and parking aren’t needed to accomplish the same thing.
COVID has also made people a lot more aware of the chance of mortality and time, this has caused people to ensure that they will have an exit strategy
The success of a business is all grounded
From this episode of The Millionaires Lawyer with Pete Martin:
- In Europe, they are basically on holiday for the majority of the summer
- Most of the top 100’s are not from Europe, they are from America and Asian countries because of the work ethic
- The more diligent work ethic can’t be healthy in the long term