John F. Dini is a consultant and coach to hundreds of business owners, CEOs and Presidents of companies. His latest book, “Hunting in a Farmer’s World,” celebrates the differences that drive entrepreneurs with real stories and insights taken from thousands of hours advising business owners.
He is also the author of “11 Things You Absolutely Need to Know About Selling Your Business,” and the Beating the Boomer Bust eBook. He is a serial entrepreneur (read: “chronically unemployable”), and has done business in all 50 states, Canada, Europe and Asia.
John owns and operates TAB-San Antonio, overseeing 9 Boards of business owners through his firm MPN Incorporated. He has a BS in Accounting, is a Certified MBA, and holds six additional certifications in business-related disciplines.
John writes a weekly column for business owners Awake at 2 O’clock in the Morning? and speaks to business groups and national associations, as an expert in business ownership.
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