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How to Avoid Post-Sale Regrets: A Conversation with Dr. Sherry Walling

This week on Built to Sell Radio, we're excited to feature a special episode with clinical psychologist, speaker, and author, Dr. Sherry Walling. Dr. Walling is renowned for her work with entrepreneurs, aiding them in navigating the mental and emotional hurdles of building and exiting a company. 

In this special edition of Built to Sell Radio, you’ll learn how to:  

  • Distinguish between your identity vs. your activity. 
  • Navigate the highs and lows of selling your business. 
  • Discover why Dr. Walling recommends unplugging post-sale and her specific advice for the first six months after selling your business.
  • Understand the neurological constraints impacting founders' decision-making abilities when exiting.
  • Tackle the unique challenges of financial wealth by seeking out and connecting with a like-minded tribe.
  • Put into action Dr. Walling's proven strategies to sidestep post-sale regrets and confidently move forward after selling your company....
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The Founder of Vimeo, CollegeHumor.com, BustedTees, and TeePublic on Building Valuable Companies

Built to Sell Radio is a weekly podcast for business owners. Each week, we ask a recently cashed out entrepreneur why they decided to sell, what they did right and what mistakes they made through the process of exiting their business. Built to Sell Radio is the ultimate insider's guide to approaching the most important financial transaction of your life. 

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May 18, 92 minutes.

Josh Abramson has an impressive track record of building valuable companies. In 1999 Abramson started CollegeHumor.com, and before he could even graduate, Abramson received an offer of $9 million for the website. Abramson went on to start the popular video-sharing website Vimeo and apparel company BustedTees.com, selling his collection of companies toBarry Diller’s IAC/InterActiveCorpfor a reported $20 million in 2006. 

After a short stint spent reporting to Diller, Abramson left IAC and started TeePublic, an innovative online marketplace that serves as a platform for artists and...

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