The challenges of family-based businesses can be extreme. Fortunately, there are many who have “been there and done that” who have wisdom to share on warning signs to avoid along the way.
Joining the Go For Launch podcast this week is Joe Pardo—also known as “Super” Joe Pardo—a New Jersey-based business coach. Joe focuses on designing individual solutions to accelerate growth with each of clients. He says it’s a team effort and not a templated approach that has allowed his journey to help a wide range of businesses at all levels.
In 2014, Joe decided to leave his family’s $100 million business and pursue his dream of owning his own business by helping others pursue their dreams. He gives a lot of very candid background information that should serve as a cautionary tale for anyone thinking about (or already in!) a family business.
By 2018, Joe was an award-winning podcaster and host of The Super Joe Pardo Show, along with being a business owner and a best selling author.
Calling himself a Business Optimization Strategist, Super Joe brings a series of strategy, application, and execution planning to every entrepreneur, team and business that he works with. Founder of the Independent Podcast Conference, Joe focuses on putting the right methods into the best practices in order to bring about personalized solutions for each client.
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