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John F. Dini is widely recognized as one of the nation’s leading experts on business ownership. He is a consultant and coach to hundreds of business owners, CEOs and Presidents of companies. John is an outlier in coaching business owners, having delivered over 12,000 hours of face-to-face, personal advice to entrepreneurs.
Mr. Dini is the author of Hunting in a Farmer’s World, the Beating the Boomer Bust eBook, and 11 Things You Absolutely Need to Know About Selling Your Business, now in its second edition. He is a serial entrepreneur currently operating his 12th company, and has conducted business in all 50 United States, Canada, South America, Europe, and Asia.
John founded and operates the most successful peer group franchise in North America, overseeing 15 monthly meetings of business owners’ groups under the auspices of The Alternative Board®. He holds a BS in Accounting from Rutgers University, a Master of Business Administration from Pepperdine University, is a Certified MBA, and holds six additional certifications in exit planning, business brokerage, behavioral analysis, medical practice management, facilitation and coaching.
Mr. Dini writes numerous articles on business topics for newspapers and magazines, in addition to his weekly column on business ownership Awake at 2 o’clock? He speaks frequently to business groups and national associations, and is a 10-year member of Jim Blasingame’s “Braintrust,” appearing regularly on “The Small Business Advocate,” a nationally syndicated radio program, as an expert in the issues of business ownership.
John has extensively researched the issues facing baby boomer business owners and has developed a seminar called “Beating the Boomer Bust,” which he presents to business owners and their advisors throughout the United States. His eye opening statistics and inescapable logic about the impact of aging baby boomer business owners gives audiences the knowledge and the tools they need to succeed in the coming “future shock.”