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Lets Talk Family Enterprise explores global ideas, concepts and models related to family enterprise advising. Brought to you by Family Enterprise Canada, specifically created for FEA designates and members of Family Enterprise Canada.
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Succession Stories is an award-winning podcast guiding entrepreneurs from transition to transaction hosted by Laurie Barkman, The Business Transition Sherpa®. Succession Stories explores the entrepreneurial stages of a business from growth to maturity focusing on value creation, exit planning, succession, and M&A for owner-led companies. If you are an entrepreneur looking for inspiration to create a more valuable business, or an owner who wants to figure out the best way to transition or sel ...
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Thriving in Tandem: The podcast for married entrepreneurs

Robert and Kay Lee Fukui: Business and Marriage Coaches

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Helping married entrepreneurs reach their business goals while living a better-balanced life with their spouse and family The biggest challenge for married entrepreneurs isn’t simply succeeding in business, it’s succeeding in all areas of life. This show will take you behind closed doors to share with you the real stories, conversations, and hard moments that happen in every married couple’s life, especially when it’s amplified by the stress of building a business. Join your hosts Robert and ...
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The Family Money Podcast, hosted by Rick Thomas, is a broad-based discussion of challenges and opportunities faced by multi-generational family businesses. The podcast's goal is to provide valuable discussions that will help these businesses and others better navigate the often complex but significant legacies that multi-gen businesses can have on the owners, employees, and communities.
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The podcast dedicated to Family Business. Working with your family can be both rewarding and challenging and this podcast provides you with practical tips and guidance on how to tackle some of these challenges. Check out the series on Governance, Succession, Family Dynamics and Family Business Theory. Each week we will explore the uniqueness of family businesses and provide you with the tools to help your business thrive.
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The First Bite

Shoreview Industries

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Have you ever wondered what it is like to partner with a private equity firm? The First Bite will take you through the real experiences of entrepreneurs and family business owners who have partnered with private equity. Tune in to hear it all… the challenges, misconceptions, triumphs, and advice from entrepreneurs who have taken their first bite! This series is presented by ShoreView Industries, a middle-market private equity firm based in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
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The Family Business Leader Podcast is for the multi-generational family business leaders who are struggling, with the transition into upper management. There are few people that understand the relationship dynamics, pressures of trying to live up to someone else's legacy, and the overwhelm and isolation of running the family business. Leadership coach and founder of Successful Generations, Ellie Frey Zagel, gets it! After working in her family’s foundations since the age of 15 she understand ...
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The Inheritors

IVM Podcasts

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The Inheritors by Bloomberg|Quint Brand Studio is an existing property comprising of conversation between three Patriarchs/Inheritors/Family Business Owners and the Moderator. The series aims to showcase the massive contributions made by family businesses to the country’s economy. The Inaugural session at Bengaluru in July was an exclusive invite-only event attended by 40 family business owners , Founders, CEOs, Promoters, HNIs. Umesh Khaitan (Khaitan and Khaitan, Solicitors and Advocates), ...
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Local Business Stories by Alignable: Careers, Entrepreneurship, Local Business and Small Business

Alan Belniak | Interviews with small, local, and independent business experts and entrepreneurs across North America. Also passionate solopreneurs, small/medium businesses (SMBs), and small business owners (SBOs)

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Welcome to Local Business Stories by Alignable, where real business owners and leaders share real stories from Main Street. Each show, Alignable sits down with one of the local independent businesses that fuel the nation’s economy to understand what got them motivated, how they got started, what fuels their passion, and what keeps them going. You’ll hear stories from others just like you about some of the same issues you face, so you can learn from one another to move your business forward. ...
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In this episode, Aileen Miziolek talks with bestselling author and award-winning speaker, Dr. Thomas Deans, about the impact of mental health on intergenerational wealth transfers and how it led him to write his new book, The Happy Inheritor: How Successful Families Prepare Heirs and Transfer Wealth. Welcome to Let’s Talk Family Enterprise, a podca…
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Host Laurie Barkman, The Business Transition Sherpa, is joined by Greg McDonough, Managing Partner of Blackburn Capital Advisors and host of the Chief Endurance Officer Podcast. Listen in as they discuss navigating a business turnaround through bankruptcy.Bankruptcy can be viewed as a tool for recovery rather than a sign of failure. Greg discusses …
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Host Laurie Barkman, The Business Transition SherpaⓇ, is joined by Susan Keller, Founder of Entrepreneurial Executives. Susan advises businesses from startups to publicly traded companies on growth strategies and transactions. Laurie talks with Susan as a fellow M&A Advisor about why it's valuable for entrepreneurs to get an early start with transi…
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Host Laurie Barkman, The Business Transition Sherpa, talks with Jon Eesley, founder of Windsor Advisory Group. With over 27 years of experience working with privately held businesses, Jon has helped countless business owners navigate the complexities of succession planning. His approach focuses on understanding clients' personal goals and values to…
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What would it be like to go from working 95 hours/week to 0 in an instant? This week’s guest Paul Hastings is here to tell us about it. The sudden change wasn’t by choice. A tragic health issue forced him to stop cold turkey. In the months of recovery he was able to reconnect with his wife, be present for his young kids, and re-evaluate what was im…
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According to the 2022 U.S. Census Bureau, a little more than 10% of businesses are run by husband and wife teams. And that number is continuing to grow as more and more couples are realizing they can make more money working together than in separate jobs or businesses. However, working with your spouse is not as romantic as some may think it is. Ne…
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Host Laurie Barkman, The Business Transition SherpaⓇ, is joined by Darryl Bates-Brownsword, Managing Partner of Succession Plus in the UK. He hosts The Exit Insights Podcast and is a business consultant with over two decades of experience building and selling companies. They discuss the importance of preparing for business exits and scaling entrepr…
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Host Steve Legler speaks with Professor Pramodita Sharma about sustainability and how family enterprises are uniquely placed to take advantage of business trends in this area. Pramodita shares inspiring stories based on her research, and points family businesses and their advisors into some promising directions. Welcome to Let’s Talk Family Enterpr…
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Unlock the story behind Reid Tileston's remarkable entrepreneurial journey in this episode of Succession Stories. Join Laurie Barkman, The Business Transition Sherpa®, as she sits down with Reid, a driven acquisition entrepreneur, to dive into his inspiring path from a 23-year-old with $100k to a thriving Anytime Fitness franchisee. Through candid …
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When you start with nothing to starting, building, and selling off multiple businesses to Fortune 500 companies, you’ve got it made, right? That’s not what this week’s guest, Aaron Walker experienced. Before he reached the age of 30 he had already sold his first company to a Fortune 500 competitor. Even though he had no intention of selling, they m…
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Host Laurie Barkman, The Business Transition Sherpa, talks with David Spray, Founder and President of Export Advisors, which serves the owners of privately-held, U.S. exporting companies. Over the past 20 years, the firm has created more than $400 million in wealth for hundreds of entrepreneurs and their families from the IC-DISC tax savings progra…
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The reasons why couples fight over money is due to the different attitudes and habits that were formed growing up. Whatever was modeled to us growing up is what we adopt as an adult. As you’re aware, those differences are what causes the conflict. Savers vs. spenders, investors for going into debt, delayed gratification vs immediate pleasure. How d…
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Host Laurie Barkman, The Business Transition Sherpa, talks with Mike Malatesta, CEO of LJP Waste Solutions. Over the past 30 years, Mike's experienced the highs and lows of entrepreneurship. He built and sold two waste recycling companies that grossed more than $500M. He’s also an author, podcaster, and advisor to business owners. Mike talks about …
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As you go through the daily grind of building your business, does it sometime feel like Groundhog Day? Same thing over and over. If you stop and think, do you feel like you and your spouse are growing together or feeling more like roommates? Meet this week’s guest, Jerry Dugan. One day as he was building his career, his wife and kids gave him a sho…
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For some groups of married entrepreneurs, working with your spouse is the greatest thing since sliced bread. For others, it’s a disaster. The third group is getting by and the last group doesn’t even want to go there. Regardless of which camp you sit in, this episode is dedicated to you. The married entrepreneur who works with your spouse or is won…
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In this episode, host Steve Legler speaks with Professor Peter Vogel of IMD Business School to discuss Vogel's recent book, Family Office Navigator. Together, they highlight the critical role advisors can play when business families consider setting up a family office or want to take a fresh look at what they currently have in place. Welcome to Let…
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One of the reasons for the lack of work-life balance is working a lot of hours and taking on too many responsibilities. Whether it’s business or personal related, we tend to say yes to more things than we realize which steals time away from your spouse and kids. So how do we keep from taking on too much so we can maintain a healthy relationship wit…
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Succession Stories host Laurie Barkman, The Business Transition SherpaⓇ, sits down with JV Crum III, founder of the Conscious Millionaire Institute and Conscious World Foundation Inc.–a global non-profit that trains youth to become conscious leaders. What happens when you’re asked to join the family business but then discover there are BIG financia…
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Succession Stories host Laurie Barkman, The Business Transition SherpaⓇ, is joined by Meghan Lynch, the driving force behind Six-Point Creative, a marketing services firm dedicated to empowering family-owned and closely-held businesses. Meghan's mission is to help family businesses compete against industry giants. Listen in as they explore: The cha…
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Whenever we face challenges like recessions, COVID-19, business competition, or market crashes, fear tends to rear its ugly head. How we deal with fear determines how well we get through those challenging times. Kay Lee and I recently went on a ski vacation and I noticed a lot of skiing metaphors that applied to how we deal with life and business c…
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Welcome back to the Succession Stories podcast. If you haven't already, be sure to subscribe, and if you enjoy the show, please leave us a review! Go to RateThisPodcast.com/successionstories. Host Laurie Barkman welcomes Max Lewis, entrepreneur and author of “Who Is Max Lewis?” Max shares what led to the eventual sale of his company for $37 million…
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The term family legacy gets thrown around a lot. We want it but do we really know what it means, how to build it, and know when you have it? In this episode, we’ll share what we’ve learned, how we’ve built it, and share some stories of others who’ve done it. NOTE: It doesn’t matter how much or little your assets are worth. Nor does age have anythin…
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Improving the businesses bottom line is always a nice thing to do. Usually, the strategy to do so is increase sales. But when you’re already working hard and long hours, more sales means more work. More work means more hours and less time at home with your spouse and family. How much more can you handle? What if we can show you how to find more mon…
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Ambreen Bhaloo, Family Enterprise Advisor, guest hosts this episode and welcomes Francesco Barbera, Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship and Strategy at The Ted Rogers School of Management for an in-depth discussion on the issue of homogeneity (all family firms are the same) vs. heterogeneity (all family firms are unique). In what ways does fami…
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Ralph Ward is the editor of the Corporate Board Magazine and an expert in corporate governance. He’s the author of six books on corporate governance and board issues. I asked him to join me on the show to talk about best practices for private company boards. It’s about governance and strategic guidance. Boards aren’t just for large public companies…
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Welcome back to the Succession Stories podcast. If you’re not already, please give me a follow on LinkedIn and Instagram @lauriebarkman. Be sure to subscribe, and if you enjoy the show, please leave us a review! Go to RateThisPodcast.com/successionstories. Today we welcome Alex Neist, a serial entrepreneur and former professional athlete. Alex is t…
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Succession Stories host Laurie Barkman, The Business Transition Sherpa™, welcomes Cesar Quintero, a serial entrepreneur in the foodservice industry. At age 24, Cesar moved to Miami given the economic turmoil in Venezuela to pursue his dream of starting a business and helping others achieve a healthier lifestyle by founding Fit2Go - the first corpor…
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Becoming financially wealthy is a desire many have but most don’t achieve. Is it really that difficult? Actually not as difficult as many think. The difference between the people that achieve financial wealth vs those that simply talk about is based on their mindset on money and the habits they form around it. In this episode, we will talk about ho…
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Summary In this episode of the Family Business podcast, Tom McCullough and Keith Whitaker discuss their book, The Wealth of Wisdom. They share their backgrounds and how they came to collaborate on the book. The second version of the book focuses on providing practical tools and exercises for families to enhance their communication and address impor…
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Time seems to be that asset that entrepreneurs don’t have a lot of. If you’re feeling like you’re so busy you don’t have enough time to get everything done than this episode is for you. While no one can gain more time in the day, you can gain more margin. That takes doing less busy work and concentrate on more productive work. This can be hard as t…
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