As the founder of VisionOne, Michelle Bonahoom is passionate about working with mid-market business owners to increase their value, in preparation for sale, strategic acquisitions, and transferring to the next generation of leadership. She has worked with over 100 different companies, as they prepare for key critical transitions. Over the past 20 years, Michelle has accumulated diverse experience as a business owner, private investor, consultant, and advocate for mid-market companies who are seeking to stabilize, achieve added value, achieve high performance results, and leave a legacy for the next generation. Michelle has a BS in International Business, an MBA in Entrepreneurship and Private Equity, and has earned an integrated set of value growth certifications in mergers & acquisitions, strategic development and execution, performance management, and positive and organizational psychology. This broad set of experience and credentials has proven to be critical, when working with business owners to successfully turn-around, grow and transition their businesses. Michelle is passionate about giving back. She invests in her community through non-profit board service and through teaching leadership, entrepreneurship, and self-discovery through her church and as an adjunct professor for several community colleges. Michelle is also a local chapter leader of the Association of Merger & Acquisition Advisors. She loves to spend her free time with her family, reading and dreaming, and advocating for emerging leaders.
“number one add value through your strengths. So find what you are really really good at and start to give it to the world, to your customers, to your employees. Learn how to receive through your weaknesses. So learn what you are not good at or what you are may be not great at and start to ask others, whether it’s other companies that can help you or employees or even customers and then serve through your fears. The greatest way especially through this time of uncertainty, a lot of us are in a place living in fear and uncertainty and the way to get out of that, because you can’t be rational or objective when you are in a place of fear, the way to get out of that is to serve through your fears. So whatever you are afraid of go and serve somebody else through that”…[Listen for More]
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