When you need money the most. . .
when your sales are good, but your profits are bad. . .
when you are exhausted and don’t want the business any more. . .
those times. . . those are the worst time to sell your business.
Would you buy a business (or anything) that needs money desperately to survive, has no profits, and the current owner hates the business? I hope not. Any buyer in their right mind wouldn’t either.
If your business has a healthy balance sheet. . .
if sales are good and profits are better . . .
if you are energized and love your business. . .
those times. . . those are the best times to sell your business.
Investors will see great worth in your business. And so will you. . . and you probably won’t want to sell it.