Jesse Mauck created Zigr as a way to help first-time entrepreneurs and real estate investors to get into M&A (Mergers & Acquisitions) by leveraging business credit and the SBA. From buying 6 to 7 figure businesses with 10% or less down to creating a way for others to work together to grow companies this consultant has found a way to make waves.
Jesse Mauck, Founder of Zigr was kind enough to sit down with us and chat about his entrepreneurship journey.
What is the big message you’d like to highlight to the readers?
Jesse: Truth is, 90% of startups fail within the first two years. Why risk your hard-earned cash on a gamble when you can leverage business credit and the SBA to buy an established business that already comes with existing systems, customers, employees, and past performance that you can calculate future revenue and margin from.
What value can you add to our readers who would potentially become your client?
- When working with Zigr, we teach you how to build business credit so that you can use little to none of your own money to buy a business for a living. We educate you on everything from valuation to negotiation, positioning, and exit. When buying businesses we take the playbook straight from private equity firms and family offices but include a risk-averse approach along with a unique business funding program to help finance the deal.
What are some of the quotes that make you feel most inspired?
“The path to success is to take massive, determined action.”- Tony Robbins
“Formal education will make you a living; self-education will make you a fortune.” – Jim Rohn
“Go for a business that any idiot can run – because sooner or later, any idiot probably is going to run it”- Peter Lynch
What are your TOP 5 practical tips someone can apply today and see results before working with you?
- Take control of your finances – become financially literate, look at your debts, and your cash flow, don’t live above your means, and understand the value of money.
- Credit & Cash Flow is king, if you don’t make enough money it’s because you don’t want to be successful enough. Build your credit and make sure to grow your limits.
- It’s not a lack of resources, it’s a lack of resourcefulness. You can learn almost anything these days including how to be a better version of yourself.
- Your network is your net worth, find people that are where you want to be or on at the next level and learn from them.
- Mindset is everything, approach problems and obstacles as a fun challenge and don’t have a victim mentality.
Thank you for taking the time Jesse, what is the best way for someone to reach you if they are interested in connecting with you?
Jesse: Feel free to reach out to me on LinkedIn.