We continue today with another episode on making connections and networking. This is part 4 of ‘Roland in the hot seat.’ If you haven’t already listened to episode 240 – Roland’s superior networking strategy, make sure you do and hit subscribe on Apple Podcasts for more content like this next week.
Roland has done deals and partnerships with an impressive list of names and companies, including Microsoft (which he talks about today). If you want to connect with someone you don’t yet know, Roland shares a simple and effective strategy in this episode.
“That is the value of a bridge connection. One of the best ways to get connected is to ask, who’s the bridge, that’s going to get me where I want?” Roland Frasier.
Who Is Roland Frasier?
As the Co-founder or principal of 5 different Inc, Magazine’s fastest-growing companies (e-commerce, e-learning, SaaS + real estate), Roland is a serial entrepreneur who has built or sold over 30 businesses with adjusted sales ranging from $3 million to just under $4 billion. He’s a mentor and investor and an excellent podcaster too! Read more about Roland here.
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