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LESSON TEN: Smart Business Organization to Raise Your Wealth

Welcome to STORE University – Smart Business Organization to Raise Your Wealth. Throughout the course of STORE University, Chris Volk, CEO of STORE Capital, has covered a variety of stimulating topics that capture the importance of maintaining and enhancing a sustainable business. For the final installment of STORE University, Chris Volk focuses on the measures of how to organize a manageable business.

 

Have yet to watch STORE University? Click back to Lessons 1 – 9 to discover how to value your business, calculate your return on equity to get rich, learn how to pick what businesses to invest in, understand the best way to finance your corporate real estate, and become familiar with the V Formula. Other lessons, created by Chris Volk, CEO of STORE Capital, contain details about the importance of corporate flexibility, actions to enhance your business, and finally, smart business growth to raise your wealth.

Business Valuation If you’ve thought about using your own money to start a business, but don’t have enough, think about using OPM (Other People’s Money).

LESSON TEN, Part One

Business Valuation

If you’ve thought about using your own money to start a business, but don’t have enough, think about using OPM (Other People’s Money). Chris Volk, CEO of STORE Capital, will walk you through the steps of how to start your company in STORE University’s Lesson 10 Part 1.

Building a Business With Other People’s Money Now that Chris Volk, CEO of STORE Capital, has walked through the utilization of OPM (other people’s money) to start your company

LESSON TEN, Part Two

Building a Business With Other People’s Money

Now that Chris Volk, CEO of STORE Capital, has walked through the utilization of OPM (other people’s money) to start your company, he will explain the terms you may need to obtain shareholder equity in STORE University’s Lesson 10 Part 2.

What Percentage of My Company Should I Own? Once you’ve discovered the best direction to take your shareholder capital, and advance it to its greatest capacity

LESSON TEN, Part Three

What Percentage of My Company Should I Own?

Once you’ve discovered the best direction to take your shareholder capital, and advance it to its greatest capacity, you’re still not finished.  Learn how to buy out minority investors down the road with Chris Volk, CEO of STORE Capital, in STORE University’s Lesson 10 Part 3.

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