May 27, 2016 – Family Legacy Randy Long, Multiple NYT Best Seller Steve Martini, & Venture and Vultures Chapter 31

Randy Long -  Selling a Business Guru, Author of The BraveHeart Exit: 7 Steps to Your Family Business Legacy and CEO of Long Business Advisors, LLC

Randy Long

Randy Long

Randy is CEO of Long Business Advisors, LLC, creator of the BraveHeart Planning Process and author of the upcoming book, The BraveHeart Exit, 7 Steps to Creating Your Family Business Legacy.   His unique business perspective, built upon an extensive background of more than 30 years of experience in law and finance, enables him to help business owners build and transition or sell their business, allowing them to create a family business legacy. A graduate of Liberty University and the San Joaquin College of Law, Randy has practiced law in the areas of estate planning and business planning since1989. In addition, he earned his certified financial planner (CFP) professional designation from the University of Southern California and has owned a wealth management firm since 1985.  He is a member of WealthCounsel, Financial Planning Association, Business Enterprise, Inc. and the California Bar. For the past 25 years, he has served as a trustee and board member for several national Christian non-profit organizations. Randy understands the importance of family: he and his wife, Lydia, have five children. His firsthand knowledge of growing his own family business places him in an ideal position to help others. You can read more about the Long family story here.
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Steve Martini - Multiple New York Times Best Seller and Author of Blood Flag: A Paul Madriani Novel

Steve Martini

Steve Martini

Steve Martini was born in San Francisco and grew up in the Bay Area and Southern California. An honors graduate of the University of California at Santa Cruz, Martini’s first career was in journalism. He worked as a newspaper reporter in Los Angeles and as a correspondent at the California State Capitol in Sacramento, specializing in legal issues, before gaining his law degree from the University of the Pacific’s McGeorge School of Law. In 1974 he entered private law practice in California where he appeared in both state and federal courts. During his law career he worked as a legislative representative for the State Bar of California, served as special counsel to the California Victims of Violent Crimes Program, and was an administrative law judge and supervising hearing officer. In 1984, Martini turned his talents to fiction. “Compelling Evidence,” the novel that introduced attorney Paul Madriani, was published by Putnam in 1992. A national bestseller, that novel earned Martini a critical and popular following.
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This show features the latest episode of our entrepreneurial serial podcast! The story is called “Venture and Vultures: An Entrepreneurial Thriller.” Here is Chapter Thirty One. Hope you enjoy!

A Review of Past Episodes…..

Prologue - “Boys, Do You Understood How a Loan Works?”
Chapter One - “The Name of the Game Is Guts”
Chapter Two - “You Don’t Have a Clue”
Chapter Three – “So, What Are the Next Steps?”
Chapter Four – “Its Like a Vacuum in There!”
Chapter Five – “Can We Break Even?”
Chapter Six – ”Drive Faster, the Cell Is Not Working”
Chapter Seven, “You Want Flooding Keyboards or First Period?”
Chapter Eight, “Why Does He Keep Pulling his Dick?”
Chapter Nine, “4000 Miles in 3 Days!”
Chapter Ten, “Dude! We Are on Fire!”
Chapter Eleven, “You’ve Done Surprisingly Well”
Chapter Twelve, “Things Look Really Bad”
Chapter Thirteen, “Are You Looking for Investors?”
Chapter Fourteen, “Does that Mean We Get to Party with Clint Eastwood?”
Chapter Fifteen, “Winner, Winner, Chicken Dinner”
Chapter Sixteen, “So, Who’s the CEO of this Business?”
Chapter Seventeen, “I’ll Take 40% of This Business”
Chapter Eighteen, “Hail, the Conquering Heroes!”
Chapter Nineteen, “So, We All Vote Yes?”
Chapter Twenty, “We Don’t Make Machines Like That, but For You We Will”
Chapter Twenty One, “We Need to Spend 9-10 Million this Quarter”
Chapter Twenty Two, “You Are Taking Food Out of my Kids’ Mouths”
Chapter Twenty Three, “There’s Nothing Inside This Computer”
Chapter Twenty Four, ”He Just Spent Another Million Dollars!”
Chapter Twenty Five, “I have $2.5 Million in My Pocket”
Chapter Twenty Six, “That Money Has Been Spent”
Chapter Twenty Seven, “The Greatest Party Ever!”
Chapter Twenty Eight, “You Need Surgery Soon”
Chapter Twenty Nine “I Can Save This”
Chapter Thirty, “Someone will Die”

and now Chapter Thirty One, “The Subpoenas Go Out Today”
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