Latest Podcast Episodes
Of 80,000 dance studios in English speaking countries, 35,000 are part of Clint Salters’ Dance Studio Owner’s Association, which he launched just six years ago. With a combination of courses, a subscription membership, and an ‘inner’-circle,’ Chis is building a fantastic community. Roland talks with Clint in this episode about the joys and challenges of his business. If you’re serving a niche audience and building a team, this episode will help you to stay passionate about what you’re doing with encouraging insights and practical tips.Go to this episode
If semi-retirement sounds perfect to you, this episode is a must-listen. Roland Frasier and Joel Erway talk through exactly what he does with his clients, and the strategy that has generated over $50,000,000. Joel works 4 hours a day, four days a week, and yet, he’s a Solopreneur with a 7-figure business (actually, two companies now). But it wasn’t always this way. One night, he was lying in bed, worrying about where his next leads would come from, and he came up with a new strategy for selling offers.Go to this episode
If you’ve ever been at ‘Rock Bottom’, or you’re there now, this episode offers hope, direction and this may just be your big turning point.
The chemistry between Business Partners Roland Frasier and Ryan Deiss is fun to hear as they discuss the beginnings of the Business Lunch Podcast and the origin story of Ryan’s company, Digital Marketer (of which Roland is a partner). Ryan is an entrepreneur, author, and investor, and according to Shark Tank star, Daymond John, “His companies practically own the internet.” He’s the founder of Scalable and Digital Marketer. Ryan has a great story, and he shares it today with you so that you can glean all the benefits.
Brian Daly is a successful real estate investor, entrepreneur, writer, and speaker in glorious San Diego, California. He’s ‘flipping’ homes in a pricey market, and he’s making it work. If you’re interested in Real Estate and how to compete in a tough market, this episode will be insightful and worth every minute, as Brian walks Roland through a typical deal.Go to this episode
Roland Frasier has been digging into the theme of creating a superior customer experience. Today, he continues along that theme, with some lessons from Disney, whom we all know are the benchmark in customer experience, the ‘happiest place on earth’ and all things magical. Listen for 14 different ways to get the feelings, actions, and beliefs of your customer.Go to this episode
Brad is a serial entrepreneur, growth consultant, and investor. This fly-on-the-wall type conversation will give you a great look into the processes, ideas, and strategies that you can use for creative deal-making.
If you’re trying to launch your consulting career or add consulting to what you’re already doing, then you’re probably being asked for free advice all the time. Roland and Brad have a refreshing approach to this, and they share how to move into more serious client relationships.
Have you taken a close look at the TouchPoints that make up YOUR Customer Experience? Customer experience is more critical in 2020 than Product or Price (See episode 190), so you might want to zoom in and examine where your customer is experiencing YOUR brand. In this short episode, Roland walks you through a master list that you can hand down to your team or dive into yourself.Go to this episode
Meet The Host
Roland Frasier is a strategic investor who has bought and sold over 100 public and private companies ranging from a few million to over $100 million in adjusted sales over the past 30 years. He specializes in creative deal structuring and low and no money down acquisitions where he can add value, grow, scale and sell the businesses he acquires for as much as 200 times or more his initial investment. A "recovering attorney," Roland practiced business, tax and securities law for over 12 years, has been a principal or founder of 5 different Inc Magazine fastest growing companies and lives in San Diego with his wife, 2 children and their 3 chihuahuas.
You can connect with the Business Lunch Podcast team on Twitter and check out Roland's business site here.