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June 14, 2022

5 Ways to Get Your Cannabis Business to Run Without You

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Do you feel stuck in the middle of your cannabis business, and maybe can’t even take a vacation?

Well, the good news is there’s hope! And good reasons to get your business to run itself.

A cannabis business that’s not dependent on its owner is the ultimate asset to own. It allows you complete control over your time so that you can choose the projects you get involved in and the vacations you take.

And when it comes to getting out down the road (if that’s in your plans), a business independent of its owner is worth a lot more than an owner-dependent company.

So, this week Chip reveals five ways to set up your business so that it can succeed without you.

Plus, we'll have our "News of The Day" segment.

Want your own copy of the e-book we discuss this week? Just drop an e-mail to chip@thegreenleafcpa.com and we'll get it over to you!

What to listen to next:
Episode 22 - How Being Like The Swiss Can Make Your Cannabis Business More Valuable
Episode 25 - Why Cash Flow is So Important For Your Cannabis Business and How to Get It

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