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How I Sold My Business in Just 14 Days! Exiting The Digital Marketing Space Amongst a Recession with Timothy Haines

✅ Selling a business quickly is possible with the right circumstances and a decisive mindset.

✅ Rest and reflection are essential after a business sale, allowing time to explore new opportunities.

✅ Concerns about the marketing industry may influence future career choices.

✅ Being a relational leader and prioritizing people-centric culture pose ongoing challenges.

✅ Building a business with exceptional people is crucial for success.

✅ New entrepreneurs should celebrate what they don't want to do and focus on their unique abilities.

✅ Hiring talented individuals and delegating tasks outside one's passion is key to growth.

📝 Episode 122 Summary:

In this episode 122 of "Failing to Success", Timothy Haines shares the story of selling his digital marketing agency, Symposia Labs. Within a week, he found a buyer—a friend from college—and completed the transaction. Timothy emphasizes the importance of rest and reflection after a sale, especially after the tumultuous rollercoaster of the past few years. While contemplating his next move, he intends to remain within the creative technology and marketing realm. As a relational leader, Timothy recognizes the challenges of prioritizing people-centric culture and finding the right balance between what's best for the company, oneself, and individuals within the organization. The success of Symposia Labs can be attributed to its exceptional team, highlighting the importance of hiring great people to scale a business. For new entrepreneurs, Timothy advises celebrating tasks they don't want to do and focusing on their unique abilities, allowing them to delegate and build a successful venture.

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00:00:00 Intro

00:00:15 Selling the Business

00:02:57 Industry Shift

00:06:43 Advice to New Entrepreneurs

00:09:21 Contact Timothy

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