Spontaneous Result




You may be a business owner with a spontaneous personality, which may be reflected in your business itself. But do you have a good sense of what works or doesn’t for your business?

If you really want to get an idea of how your business is running, and whether you’ve got all of the elements for its success and a successful sale (including the 7 Ps of people, product, process, proprietary, patron, profits, and passion), we’ve created a special tool that will give you insights into your business and help you determine what steps to take next.


Like you, the business titans whom you resemble had dreams, and their businesses made it possible for them to achieve them. Has your business grown to the point where it can make your dream come true? How much could your company be worth if you were to sell it today? Find out right now! Our Business Calculator will give you a ballpark estimate for what you might expect to sell your business for today.

You're an Enthusiastic Starter

You have spontaneous personality traits.

You’re a business owner with a spontaneous temperament. That means that you’re FLEXIBLE AND TOLERANT, and take a pragmatic approach to life, business, and play.

You’re also more likely to FOLLOW YOUR INSTINCTS RATHER THAN PLAN THINGS OUT. You might be a small-business owner, running and operating a small café, coffee shop, restaurant, convenience store, gift show, or other business with a lot of personal interaction with clients.

You might be a multifaceted businessperson such as Mark Cuban, who, in addition to being an entrepreneur, is an investor, author, television personality, and philanthropist. He is the owner of the NBA’s Dallas Mavericks, co-owner of 2929 Entertainment, and chairman of the AXS TV. He’s also been one of the main investors on the ABC reality television series, Shark Tank.

Or you may be like Indra Nooyi, the CEO of PepsiCo and one of the 100 most powerful women in the world, according to Forbes. At a time when many consumers are turning away from soft drinks and choosing waters or juices, Nooyi returned $5.6 billion to shareholders and grew PepsiCo’s net income by 14%, to $66 billion.


Mark Cuban, for example, demonstrated a spontaneous streak early on, skipping his senior year of high school to enroll as a full-time student at the University of Pittsburgh. He held a variety of jobs outside of his studies – bartending, disco dancing instructor – before he transferred to Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana. in 1981, Cuban graduated with a B.Sc. in Business Administration from the Kelley School of Business, a school he chose because, among top business schools, its tuition was the least expensive.

Cuban is noted for starting computer companies such as MicroSolutions (which he sold for $6 million in 1990). He moved into broadcasting, eventually founding Broadcast.com, which he grew to the point where it was sold to Yahoo for $5.7 billion. He is a diversified businessman, working in entertainment and sports. Throughout his business career, Cuban has relied on his business instincts and his gift for growing a company. He’s a natural M&A coach and, in addition to his talent for entertainment, he shows a real gift for encouraging the people he works with to succeed. As a spontaneous personality, he’s warm, enthusiastic, and imaginative.


  • You see life as being full of possibilities.
  • You see patterns, and can make connections between things such as events and information.
  • You may need affirmation from others — you want praise for what you do —but you also give praise and lend support to others.

You probably share one or more of these traits with this great businessman and entrepreneur:

  • Warm
  • Enthusiastic
  • Imaginative
  • Flexible
  • See life as full of possibilities


Indra Nooyi, chairperson and chief executive of PepsiCo, combines extraordinary business savvy with an independent streak that took her from her native India to the United States, where her brilliance shone in the corporate world. She has helped change the perception of what is possible for a female executive.


Born in India, Nooyi received bachelor’s degrees in physics, chemistry, and mathematics from Madras Christian College in 1974, and the equivalent of an MBA in 1976 from the Indian Institute of Management in Calcutta. Nooyi began her career in India with managerial positions at Johnson & Johnson, and the textile firm Mettur Beardsell. She later attended the Yale School of Management, earning a master’s degree in public and private management. After Yale, Nooyi joined the consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton, then the Boston Consulting Group (BCG). She has held top positions at Motorola and at Asea Brown Boveri.


Nooyi joined PepsiCo in 1994 and then rose rapidly – becoming chief financial officer in 2001, then president and CEO in 2006. She led the company’s global strategy and restructuring. Her strategic redirection of PepsiCo — she moved PepsiCo away from junk foods — brought the company in line with contemporary values and tastes for healthier foods, including snack foods.

Nooyi has been quick to adapt to a changing world, to recognize opportunity and act on it – a combination of spontaneous temperament and business acumen. You, as a spontaneous personality type, share certain characteristics with Indra Nooyi. These include:


  • Assertiveness
  • Charm
  • Talkativeness
  • Action
  • Forthrightness
  • Humor
  • Compassion
  • Quickness to take up a cause
  • Appreciation for individual expression
  • A quick wit, a quick temper and a quick laugh




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In Exit Rich, Michelle Seiler Tucker, #1 bestselling author and leading authority on buying, selling, fixing, and growing businesses, joins forces with Sharon Lechter, finance expert and co-author of Rich Dad Poor Dad, to create a must-have guide for all business owners – whether they’re gearing up to sell a business now or just starting to build out their company – to sell for huge profits in the future.


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